tific Research on Aging 4, 61-68.
Ren, Q. and Tang, Q.M. (2014) Living Arrangements of the Elderly and Their Emotional Well-Being in China. Chinese Journal of Population Science, 4, 82-91+128.
Li, C.H. and Li, J.X. (2015) Changes of Living Arrangements and Elderly Mortality Risk. Population Journal, 37, 102-112.
Gong X.Q. ,et al. (2016)The Impact of Living Arrangement and Social Support on Health Services’ Utilization among the Elderly: Taking Shanghai as an Example South China Journal of Economics 34, 11-27.
Zhang, W.J. and Li, S.Z. (2005) The Influence of Intergenerational Support Behavior of Children on Life Satisfaction of Rural Elderly. Population Research, 5, 73-80.
Yang, E.Y., Pei, J.S. and Ma, G.R. (2012) An Empirical Study on Elderly Living Arrangements and Its Factors in Rural China. Issues in Agricultural Economy, 1, 37-44.
He, Y. and Wang, Y.P. (2015) Do Skip-Generation Raising and Intergenerational Transfer Lead to Early Retirement of Parents? An Empirical Analysis Using CHARLS Data. Population Research, 39, 78-90.
Sun J.J. ,et al. (2015)Status and Trends of Marriage of Chinese Elderly: Based on the Sixth Census of China Population Journal 37, 77-85.
Yan, S.M., Chen, J.M. and Yang, S.H. (2001) The Impact of Residential Arrangement on Child Support Behavior. Social Sciences in China, 1, 130-140+207-208.
Bian, F., Logan, J.R. and Bian, Y. (1998) Intergenerational Relations in Urban China: Proximity, Contact, and Help to Parents. Demography, 35, 115-124. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3004031 https://doi.org/10.2307/3004031
Chen, J.M. and Chen, Q. (2016) Parent-Child Socioeconomic Statuses and Co-Residence: An Analysis of Living Arrangements in China. Sociological Studies, 1, 73-97.