China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study
The China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Survey (CHARLS) is a biennial survey that aims to represent the Chinese population at least 45 years old. Its age cut-off reflects an earlier transition to retirement in several Asian nations. The pilot survey was taken in two provinces in 2008; a large-scale, full wave is planned for 2011. Its topics include demographic background, family, health status and functioning, health care and insurance, work and retirement, income, and interviewer observations. The CHARLS also has a community survey.
|CHARLS pilot||Pilot: China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS)|
|CHARLS 2011||CHARLS 2011|
|CHARLS 2013||CHARLS 2013|
|CHARLS Life History|
|CHARLS 2013 Exit||CHARLS 2013 Exit|