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Center for Economic Studies (CES)
Role of Economists at the Census Bureau
Conduct research that
Improves Census Bureau surveys and data collection
Answers questions using Census Bureau microdata that cannot be addressed with publicly available data
Participate actively in Census' dynamic community of research economists
Conduct research in the following areas
Business dynamics: industrial organization, productivity, trade, entrepreneurship, innovation
Labor dynamics: employment activity and worker flow
Income dynamics: earnings, taxation, assets, poverty, and program participation
Health: disability, health status, and insurance markets
Household dynamics: housing, family structure, education, and migration
Economists are encouraged to
Publish in respected peer–reviewed journals
Present at domestic and international conferences
Research is carried out by permanent staff, approved research associates, fellows, and interns
The Census Bureau hosts multiple seminar series with speakers from academia and other government agencies
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October 23, 2012