Christina Matz-Costa, MSW, PhD
Senior Research Associate
Christina Matz-Costa is an Assistant Professor in the older adults and families concentration of the Graduate School of Social Work at Boston College and a Senior Research Associate at the Sloan Center on Aging & Work. Her research interests include employee engagement, productive aging, work-family issues, employer response to the aging of the workforce, quantitative data analysis and multi-level modeling.
- Through a Different Looking Glass: The Prism of Age (August 2012)
- Insights on Activity in Later Life from the Life & Times in an Aging Society Study—Engaged as We Age (January 2012).
- The End of Retirement as We Know It?—Engaged as We Age (February 2010).
- The Difference a Downturn Can Make (June 2009).
- Engaging the 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce: Findings from the Age & Generations Study (March 2009).
- Age & Generations: Understanding Experiences at the Workplace (March 2009).
- Workplace Flexibility: Findings from the Age & Generations Study (January 2009).
- Quality of Employment and Life Satisfaction: A Relationship that Matters for Older Workers (March 2008).
- National Study of Business Strategy and Workforce Development (March 2007).