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Center for Economic Studies (CES)
Working at SEHSD
Federal government's provider of regularly updated information on U.S. social, economic, employment, and housing characteristics
Staff of economists, sociologists, demographers, and other social scientists
Conduct all phases of socio-economic research from survey design through data analysis
Collaboration with SEHSD colleagues and researchers within and outside the Census Bureau is strongly encouraged Part of the Demographic Directorate
SEHSD Research Environment
Examine methodological and analytic research questions that cannot be addressed by publicly available data
Internal confidential versions of data available including:
Research contributions are valued, including
Census Bureau reports
Work independently and jointly with
Two seminar series foster active collaboration with other researchers
Informal "Research Lunch" working paper development series
Formal Research Seminar series with speakers from academia and other government agencies
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January 09, 2013