JSM Activity #383

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Activity ID:  383
* Labor Force Characteristics and Measurement Issues
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Room: H-Lincoln Suite
Business & Economics Statistics Section*, Section on Government Statistics*, Section on Survey Research Methods* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Alan H. Dorfman, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Floor Discussion 9:50 AM

Analytic papers use microdata to gain insights into household characteristics. Methodological papers address issues in measuring key economic variables.
  300452  By:  John  Angle 8:35 AM 08/15/2002
Modeling the Secular Dynamics of the Shape of the Nonmetro Distribution of Wage and Salary Income as a Function of its Mean

  300915  By:  Janice  Lent 8:50 AM 08/15/2002
A Note on the Effects of Extreme Price Values on Price Indexes

  301332  By:  Richard W. Toftness 9:05 AM 08/15/2002
Comparison of Variance Estimation Techniques for a Price Index with Non-Independent Weights

  300584  By:  Ralph  Bradley 9:20 AM 08/15/2002
Testing for Adverse Selection in the Health Plan Market

  300863  By:  Raymonda  Burgman 9:35 AM 08/15/2002
An Empirical Model of Taxpayer Tax Preparer Usage

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Revised March 2002