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2014-10. Inferring Reasons for Moving Using 2008-2010 American Community Survey Data [PDF - 2.6M] , by Bob Kominski and Peter Mateyka.  Issued 02/2014.

2014-09. A Preliminary Evaluation of the Residence History Data in the 2010 and 2011 Field Tests of the Re-Engineered Survey of Income and Program Participation [PDF - 326K] , by Mathew Marlay and Peter Mateyka.  Issued 02/2014.

2014-07. Estimates of School Enrollment by Grade in the American Community Survey, the Current Population Survey, and the Common Core of Data [PDF], by Kurt Bauman and Jessica Davis.  Issued 07/2014.

2014-05. Factors Influencing Transitions Into and Out of Near Poverty: 2004-2012 [PDF], by Misty Heggeness and Charles Hokayem.  Issued 02/2014.

2013-19. Mapping Geographic Distribution of Interracial/Interethnic Married Couples in the United States: 2010 [PDF - 2.8M] , by Tallese Johnson and Rose M. Kreider.  Issued 04/2013.

2013-14. The Relation of Income to Other Measures of Material Well-Being in Cohabitating Couples With and Without Children [PDF - 414K] , by Kurt Bauman.  Issued 04/2013.

2013-13. Expanded Measures of Education and Their Labor Market Outcomes [DOC - 129K] , by Stephanie Ewert.  Issued 04/2013.

2012-17. The Decline in Private School Enrollment [PDF - 381K] , by Stephanie Ewert.  Issued 01/2013.

2013-11. Metropolitan Migration Flows of the Creative Class by Occupation using 3-Year 2006-2008 and 2009-2011 American Community Survey Data, by Charlynn A. Burd. Issued 04/2013.

2013-10. Dynamics of Disconnection: Difference in Spells of Being Disconnected and Wellbeing By Gender [PDF], by Laryssa Mykyta. Issued 04/2013.

2013-05. Changes in Poverty Measurement: An Examination of the Research SPM and Its Effects by Gender [PDF], by Trudi J. Renwick and Laryssa Mykyta. Issued 01/2013.

2013-02. Life on the Edge: Living Near Poverty in the United States, 1966-2011 [PDF], by Misty Heggeness and Charles Hokayem.  Issued 02/2013.

2012-24. Economic Downturns and the Failure to Launch: The Living Arrangements of Young Adults in the U.S. 1995-2011 [PDF - 436k] , by Laryssa Mykyta. Issued 10/2012.

2012-16. An Initial Evaluation of Poverty in the SIPP-EHC [PDF - 708k] , by Ashley Edwards. Issued 05/2012.

2012-15. Changing the Face of Poor Lone Mothers: Understanding How Alternative Poverty Definitions Change the Composition of Lone Mother Families Living in Poverty [PDF - 139k] , by Misty L. Heggeness and Laryssa Mykyta. Issued 06/2012.

2012-14. [Poster] How do the ACS Five-Year Migration Data Compare to the 2000 Census Migration Data? [PDF - 3.8M] , by Megan J. Benetsky. Issued 05/2012.

2012-13. How do the ACS five-year migration data compare to the 2000 Census migration data? [PDF - 1.7M] , by Megan Benetsky, William Koerber. Issued 05/2012.

2012-12. Historical Marriage Trends from 1890-2010: A Focus on Race Differences (figures only; see separate entry for paper) [PDF - 218k] , by Diana B. Elliott, Kristy Krivickas, Matthew W. Brault, and Rose M. Kreider. Issued 05/2012.

2012-12. Historical Marriage Trends from 1890-2010: A Focus on Race Differences (paper only; see separate entry for figures) [PDF - 489k] , by Diana B. Elliott, Kristy Krivickas, Matthew W. Brault, and Rose M. Kreider. Issued 05/2012.

2012-11. Same-sex Couples' Consistency in Reports of Marital Status [PDF - 176k] , by Lofquist Daphne. Issued 05/2012.

2012-10. Using the American Community Survey (ACS) to Implement a Supplemental Poverty Measure (SPM) 1 [PDF - 1.08M] , by Trudi Renwick, Kathleen Short, Ale Bishaw and Charles Hokayem. Issued 05/2012.

2012-09. Alternative Strategies for Grouping People into Resource Units: Measuring Poverty in the American Community Survey [PDF - 251k] , by Misty L. Heggeness, Trent Alexander, and Sharon Stern. Issued 04/2012.

2012-08. Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds: Imputing School Lunch and WIC Benefits to the Consumer Expenditure Survey Using the Current Population Survey [PDF - 482k] , by Charles Hokayem. 2012.

2012-07. Evaluation of Gross Vacancy Rates From the 2010 Census Versus Current Surveys: Early Findings from Comparisons with the 2010 Census and the 2010 ACS 1-Year Estimates* [PDF - 1.33M] , by Arthur R. Cresce. Issued 01/2012.

2012-06. 2005-2009 American Community Survey County-to-County Migration Files [PDF - 430k] , by Megan Benetsky and Kin Koerber. Issued 03/2012.

2012-03. Measurement of High School Equivalency Credentials in Census Bureau Surveys [PDF - 594k] , by Sarah R. Crissey. Issued 02/2012.

2012-01. SNAP misreporting on the CPS: Does it affect poverty estimates? [PDF - 122k] , by Julie Parker. Issued 09/2011.

2011-34. A longitudinal analysis of the stability of household money demand  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 07/2011.

2011-33. Representative Economic Agent, Propensities to Save, and Money Demand Stability  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 04/2011.

2011-32. Variation in the Formation of Complex Family Households during the Recession, by Elliott, Diana B., Rebekah Young, and Jane Lawler Dye. Issued 11/2011.

2011-31. Comparison of ACS and CPS Data on Employment Status, by Kromer, Braedyn K., and David J. Howard. Issued 12/2011.

2011-30. Measured versus Reported Distances in the American Housing Survey [PDF - 326K] , by Donaldson,Kwame, and Matthew Streeter. Issued 11/2011.

2011-29. The Impact of the 2007-2009 Recession on Mothers' Employment, by Landivar, Liana. Issued 11/2011.

2011-28. Do people really have multiple health insurance plans? Estimates of Nongroup Health Insurance in the American Community Survey, by O'Hara, Brett, and Annie Mach. Issued 9/2011.

2011-27. Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds: Imputing Noncash Benefits to the Consumer Expenditure Survey Using Current Population Survey Parts I and II [PDF - 345K] , by Hokayem, Charles, and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 9/2011.

2011-26. Same-sex Couple Household Statistics from the 2010 Census, by O’Connell, Martin, and Sarah Feliz. Issued 9/2011.

2011-25. Research on Commuting Expenditures and Geographic Adjustments in the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 141k] , by Melanie A. Rapino, Brian McKenzie, amd Mattew Marley . Issued 8/2011.

2011-24. Medical Out-of-Pocket Spending Among the Uninsured: Differential Spending & The Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 138K] , by Caswell, Kyle J., and Kathleen S. Short. Issued 9/2011.

2011-23. Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds: Imputing Noncash Benefits to the Consumer Expenditure Survey Using Current Population Survey‐Part I [PDF - 214K] , by Hokayem, Charles, and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 8/2011.

2011-22. Unit of Analysis for Poverty Measurement: A Comparison of the Supplemental Poverty Measure and the Official Poverty Measure [PDF - 87K] , by Provencher, Ashley. Issued 8/2011.

2011-21. Geographic Adjustments of Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds: Using the American Community Survey Five-Year Data on Housing Costs [PDF - 433K] , by Renwick, Trudi. Issued 7/2011.

2011-20. The Supplemental Poverty Measure: Examining the Incidence and Depth of Poverty in the U.S. Taking Account of Taxes and Transfers [PDF - 1.0M] , by Short, Kathleen S. Issued 6/2011.

2011-19. Estimating Measurement Error in SIPP Annual Job Earnings: A Comparison of Census Bureau Survey and SSA Administrative Data [PDF - 347K] , by Stinson, Martha, and John M. Abowd. Issued 5/2011.

2011-18. How American Homes Vary By the Year They Were Built [PDF - 94K] , by Sarkar, Mousum. Issued 6/2011.

2011-17. Forced to Move: An Analysis of Hurricane Katrina Movers 2009 American Housing Survey: New Orleans [PDF - 167K] , by Geaghan, Kimberly. Issued 6/2011.

2011-16. Who’s in Head Start? Estimating Head Start Enrollment with the ACS, CPS, and SIPP (presentation/poster) [PPT - 380K] , by Laughlin, Lynda, and Jessica Davis. Issued 4/2011.

2011-15. Who's in Head Start? Estimating Head Start Enrollment with the ACS, CPS, and SIPP., by Laughlin, Lynda, and Jessica Davis. Issued 4/2011.

2011-14. Examining Small-scale Geographic Estimates from the American Community Survey 5-Year Data, by File, Thom, and Robert Kominski. Issued 3/2011.

2011-13. Poster: The Financial Burden of Paying for Non-Premium Medical Expenses for Children [PDF - 14M] , by Smith, Jessica, and Brett O'Hara. Issued 4/2011.

2011-12. The Financial Burden of Paying for Non-Premium Medical Expenses for Children [DOC - [an error occurred while processing this directive]] , by Smith, Jessica, and Brett O'Hara. Issued 4/2011.

2011-11. Demographics of Same-Sex Couple Households with Children [PDF - 434K] , by Krivickas, Kristy, and Dapne Lofquist. Issued 4/2011.

2011-10. Contexts of Racial Socialization: Are Transracial Adoptive Families More Like Multiracial or White Monoracial Families? [PDF - 3.5M] , by Kreider, Rose, and Elizabeth Raleigh. Issued 3/2011.

2011-09. An Initial Evaluation of the 2010 Field Test of Re-Engineered SIPP, by Gathright, Graton, and SIPP-EHC Data Evaluation Workgroup. Issued 3/2011.

2011-08. Educational Characteristics of Prisoners: Data from the ACS, by Ewert, Stephanie, and Tara Wildhagen. Issued 4/2011.

2011-07. Poster: Deconstruction of the Time Trend in Health Insurance: A look inside SIPP 2008 health insurance rates. [PPT - [an error occurred while processing this directive]] , by Steinweg, Amy. Issued 4/2011.

2011-06. Deconstruction of the Time Trend in Health Insurance: A look inside SIPP 2008 health insurance rates. [DOC - [an error occurred while processing this directive]] , by Steinweg, Amy. Issued 4/2011.

2011-05. Health Insurance Coverage After Losing or Leaving a Job: An Analysis of Longitudinal Data for 2004 and 2005 from the Survey of Income and Program Participation, by Palumbo, Thomas. Issued 2/2011.

2011-04. The Effects of Recession on Household Composition:"Doubling Up" and Economic Well-Being [DOC - 874K] , by Mykyta, Laryssa, and Suzanne Macartney. Issued 4/2011.

2011-03. Intra-Family Differences in Health Insurance Coverage [PDF - 171K] , by Blumenthal, Laura, and Brett O'Hara. Issued 4/2011.

2011-02. Evolving Labor Force Outcomes for Married Couples Associated with Gender Trends in Education, by Chenevert, Rebecca. Issued 3/2011.

2011-01. Child Care Costs in the Current Population Survey’s Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC):A Comparison to SIPP [PDF - 106K] , by McCarthy, Suzanne, and Lynda Laughlin. Issued 1/2011.

2010-27. The buffer stock model of money demand: evidence from panel data  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 03/2010.

2010-26. Profile of the Puerto Rican Population in United States and Puerto Rico: 2008 [PDF - 893K] , by Collazo, Sonia G. , Camille L. Ryan, and Kurt J. Bauman. Issued 2010.

2010-25. Applying and Evaluating Logical Coverage Edits to Health Insurance Coverage in the American Community Survey [PDF - 220K] , by Lynch, V. and Boudreaux, M. and Davern, M. Issued 2010.

2010-24. Can Americans Afford to Retire?, by Dalirazar, Nasrin, Marina S. Vornovytskyy, and David Hedengren. Issued 11/2010.

2010-23. Longitudinal Analysis of the Labor Market Performance of the Working Poor: Evidence from the 2004 Survey of Income and Program Participation Panel, by Vornovytskyy, Marina S. Issued 11/2010.

2010-22. Defining the 'Working Poor': Theoretical and Empirical Considerations, by Vornovytskyy, Marina S. Issued 8/2010.

2010-21. Variance Modeling in the U.S. Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates Program for the American Community Survey, by Sam Hawala and Partha Lahiri. Issued 8/2010.

2010-20. Serial Comparisons in Small Domain Models A Residual-Based Approach, by Wesley Basel,Sam Hawala, and David Powers. Issued 8/2010.

2010-19. Meeting the Cervical Cancer Screening Needs of Underserved Women: The National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, 2004-2006. Cancer Causes Control  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Florence, F., O’Hara, B., Gardner, J., Turner, J., Royalty, J., Shaw, K., Sabatino, S., Hall, I., & J. Coates.. Issued 7/2010.

2010-18. Small-Domain Estimation of Health Insurance Coverage. Plewes, T. J. (Ed.) Databases for Estimating Health Insurance Coverage for Children: A Workshop Summary. The National Academies Press  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B. & Bauder, M.. Issued 6/2010.

2010-17. Medical Out-of-Pocket Expenses, Poverty, and the Uninsured [PDF - 261K] , by Caswell, Kyle J., and Brett O’Hara. Issued 12/2010.

2010-16. Geographic Adjustments of Supplemental Poverty Measure Thresholds: Using the American Community Survey Five-Year Data on Housing Costs [PDF - 1.4M] , by Renwick, Trudi, J. Issued 1/2011.

2010-15. A New Supplemental Poverty Measure for the U.S [PDF - 296K] , by Short, Kathleen S.. Issued 1/2011.

2010-14. Unit of Analysis for Poverty Measurement: A Comparison of the Supplemental Poverty Measure and the Official Poverty Measure [PDF - 87K] , by Provencher, Ashley. Issued 12/2010.

2010-13. Estimating the Value of Federal Housing Assistance for the Supplemental Poverty Measure [PDF - 338K] , by Johnson, Paul D., Trudi J. Renwick, and Kathleeen Short. Issued 12/2010.

2010-12. Using SIPP to Gauge the Behavior of Welfare Recipients: TANF Reauthorization 2010, by Irving, Shelley, K.. Issued 11/2010.

2010-11. Developing Synthetic Worklife Earnings Estimates, by Kominski, Robert, and Tiffany Julian. Issued 4/2010.

2010-09. TANF Participation and Employment in SIPP (2004-2007). SIPP Working Paper 248, by Irving, Shelley. Issued 8/2010.

2010-08. Identifying Concentrations of Employment in Metropolitan Areas, by Marlay, Matthew; and Todd Gardner. Issued 8/2010.

2010-07. Opting Out, Scaling Back, or Business-As-Usual? An Assessment of Women's Employment Hours in 92 Occupations, by Hilgeman,Christin. Issued 8/2010.

2010-05. Evaluation of the Marital Events Items on the ACS, by Elliott, Diana B.; Tavia Simmons; and Jamie M. Lewis. Issued 8/2010.

2010-04. A Tale of Two Surveys: Mortgage Wealth Data in the AHS and the SIPP Presented at the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Meeting, Washington, DC. 2009. Proceedings paper will be published either on: [PDF], by Carter, George and Alfred Gottschalck. Issued 5/2010.

2010-03. Embracing the Institution of Marriage: The Characteristics of Remarried Americans, by Elliott, Diana B. and Jamie M. Lewis. Issued 4/2010.

2010-02. Experimental Modern Poverty Measures 2007 [PDF - 462K] , by Short, Kathleen. Issued 1/2010.

2010-01. Improving the Measurement of Family Resources in a Modernized Poverty Measurement [PDF - 419K] , by Renwick, Trudy. Issued 1/2010.

2009-21. Representative economic agent and asset demand revisited  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 06/2009.

2009-20. Bequest motives and money demand  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 04/2009.

2009-19. A Preliminary Evaluation of Health Insurance Coverage in the 2008 American Community Survey [PDF - 808K] , by Turner, J. and Boudreaux, M. and Lynch, V. Issued 9/2009.

2009-18. Detailed Occupations and Median Earnings: 2008, by Day, Jennifer Cheeseman, and Jeffrey Rosenthal. Issued 10/2009.

2009-17. Changes to the American Community Survey between 2007 and 2008 and the Effect on the Estimates of Employment and Unemployment, by Gottschalck, Alfred O., David J. Howard, and Braedyn K. Kromer. Issued 9/2009.

2009-16. Opting-Out: An Exploration of Labor Force Participation of New Mothers, by Day, Jennifer Cheeseman, and Barbara Downs. Issued 5/2009.

2009-15. We Want You! The Role of Human Capital in Explaining the Veteran-Non-Veteran Earnings Differential, by Gottschalck, Alfred O. and Kelly A. Holder. Issued 2/2009.

2009-14. Methodology for Testing for a Rise in Child Poverty Rate of Five Percent or Greater 2006 to 2007, by Jared Teeter, William Bell, and David Powers. Issued 4/2009.

2009-13. Is There an Undercount of Medicaid Participants in the ACS Field Test? [PDF - 55K] , by O’Hara, B. Issued 2009.

2009-12. Language, Culture, and Respondent Knowledge: Findings from the Cognitive Test of the Spanish Translation of the American Housing Survey Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Carter, George; Alisú Schoua-Glusberg; and M. Mandy Sha. Issued 9/2009.

2009-11. Alternative Geographic Adjustments of U.S. Poverty Thresholds: Impact on State Poverty Rates [PDF - 223K] , by Renwick, Trudy. Issued 8/2009.

2009-10. Child Well Being and Type of Care: Potential Implications Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 8–11, 2009, by Johnson, Tallese and Lynda Laughlin. Issued 8/2009.

2009-09. Father Involvement and Child Well-Being: 2006 Poster [PDF - 94K] , by Dye, Jane L. Issued 8/2009.

2009-08. Poverty Measures that Take Account of Changing Living Arrangements and Childcare Expenses [PDF - 94K] , by Short, Kathleen. Issued 7/2009.

2009-07. Changes to the American Community Survey between 2007 and 2008 and their Potential Effect on the Estimates of Same-Sex Couple Households [PDF - 99K] , by O'Connell, Martin and Daphne Lofquist. Issued 2009.

2009-06. Imputing medical out of pocket (MOOP) expenditures using SIPP and MEPS [PDF - 303K] , by O'Donnell, Sharon I. and Rodney Beard. Issued 2009.

2009-05. Counting Same-Sex Couples: Official Estimates and Unofficial Guesses [PDF - 78K] , by O'Connell, Martin and Daphne Lofquist. Issued 5/2009.

2009-04. Who's Minding the Kids in the Summer? Child Care Arrangements for Summer 2006. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. April 30-May 2, 2009., by Laughlin, Lynda and Josephy Rukus. Issued 5/2009.

2009-03. The Complex Living Arrangements of Children and Their Unmarried Parents Issued May 2009, by Kreider, Rose M. and Diana B. Elliott. Issued 5/2009.

2009-02. Risk Factors for Children in the U.S., States, and Metropolitan Areas: Data From the 2007 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates [PDF - 61K] , by Kominski, Robert; Diana Elliott; and Molly Clever. Issued 5/2009.

2009-01. Tribal Casino Impacts on American Indian Household Well-being  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Anderson, Robin J. Issued 5/2009.

2008-16. The life-cycle motive and money demand: further evidence. [PDF - 86.6k]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 05/2008.

2008-15. An empirical examination of the inventory-theoretic model of precautionary money demand  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Jan Tin. Issued 04/2008.

2008-14. Juggling Act: Caregiving for an Elderly Family Member and Female Labor Market Earnings, by Gottschalck, Alfred O. and Sheri Sharareh Craig. Issued 11/2008.

2008-13. The Feasibility of Publishing County-level Estimates of the Number of Women Eligible for the CDC's NBCCEDP [ PDF 467k], by Small Area Health Insurance Estimates Team. Issued 5/2008.

2008-12. Further Developments in a Hierarchical Bayes Approach to Small Area Estimation of Health Insurance Coverage State-Level Estimates for Demographic Groups [ PDF 626k], by Mark Bauder, Steven Riesz, and Donald Luery. Issued 8/2008.

2008-11. SAIPE County Poverty Models Using Data from the American Community Survey, by David Powers ,Wesley Basel and Brett O'Hara. Issued 8/2008.

2008-10. Experimental Health Insurance Estimates for Low-Income and Demographic Groups by State. Health Services Research, October 43(5)  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B.. Issued 5/2008.

2008-09. Do You See What I See? Using Visual Methods to Probe Respondent Understanding Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Carter, George. Issued 10/2008.

2008-08. Differences Between Coresident and Non-coresident Women with a Recent Birth, by Gooding, Gretchen. Issued 8/2008.

2008-07. Children's Religious Attendance and Child Well-Being: Poster presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting, August 3, 2008, by Dye, Jane L. Issued 8/2008.

2008-06. Roomers and Boarders: 1880-2005, by Scopilliti, Melissa and Martin O'Connell. Issued 4/2008.

2008-05. Creating a Consistent Poverty Measure over Time Using NAS Procedures: 1996-2005 [PDF - 374K] , by Garner, Thesia I. and Kathleen Short. Issued 4/2008.

2008-04. A Comparison of Data on Selected Characteristics From the 2005 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey [PDF - 415K] , by Callis, Bob and Pete Fronczek. Issued 4/2008.

2008-03. Improvements to Demographic Household Data in the Current Population Survey: 2007, by Kreider, Rose M. Issued 3/2008.

2008-02. Disability Status and the Characteristics of People in Group Quarters: A Brief Analysis of Disability Prevalence Among the Civilian Noninstitutionalized and Total Populations in the American Community Survey, released February 2008 [PDF - 57K] , by Brault, Matthew. Issued 2/2008.

2008-01. Valuing Housing in Measures of Household and Family Economic Well-Being [PDF - 186K] , by Short, Kathleen and Amy O'Hara. Issued 1/2008.

2007-15. Methodology for Testing for a Rise in Child Poverty Rate of Five Percent or Greater 2003 to 2004, by David Powers and William R. Bell. Issued 3/2007.

2007-14. SAHIE 2007 County and State Demographic and Income Model Methodology, by Mark Bauder and Donald Luery. Issued 2007.

2007-13. Use of ACS Data to Produce SAIPE Model-Based Estimates of Poverty for Counties, by William Bell, Wesley Basel, Craig Cruse, Lucinda Dalzell, Jerry Maples, Brett O'Hara, and David Powers. Issued 12/2007.

2007-12. Results of Cognitive Testing of the Other Living Quarters Validation Questionnaire (OLQVQ) Research Report RSM2007/35 [PDF - 4.0M] , by Schwede, Laurie; George Carter; and Andrew A. Jocuns. Issued 9/2007.

2007-11. Is This a Mobile home or a Monastery? Differentiating Group Quarters from Housing Units with a Validation Questionnaire Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Carter, George and Laurie Schwede. Issued 9/2007.

2007-10. Factors that Facilitated and Inhibited Job-holding Among Female AFDC/TANF Recipients in 1996. SIPP Working Paper 247, by Vaughn, Denton R. (as contractor). Issued 8/2007.

2007-09. Exploring the Veteran-Nonveteran Earnings Differential in the 2005 American Community Survey, by Holder, Kelly A. Issued 8/2007.

2007-08. Editing Unmarried Couples in Census Bureau Data, Issued July 2007, by O'Connell, Martin and Gretchen Gooding. Issued 7/2007.

2007-07. Duration of Rent Burden as a Measure of Need Cityscape, Vol. 9, Number 1 [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Susin, Scott. Issued 2007.

2007-06. Health Insurance Estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau: Background for a New Historical Series, by Lee, Cheryll and Sharon Stern. Issued 6/2007.

2007-05. Child Care Constraints Among America's Families [PDF], by Laughlin, Lynda. Issued 2007.

2007-04. The Gender Gap in Educational Attainment: Variation by Age, Race, Ethnicity and Nativity in the United States, by Crissey, Sarah R.; Nicole S. Stoops; and Hyon Shin. Issued 3/2007.

2007-03. Chapter 3: Duration of Rent Burden in Affordable Housing Needs 2005: Report to Congress. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Susin, Scott. Issued 1/2007.

2007-02. Taking Account of Housing in Measures of Household Income Proceedings paper for Session Organized by the Society of Government Economists for the Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Sciences Associations [PDF - 169K] , by Short, Kathleen; Amy O'Hara; and Scott Susin. Issued 1/2007.

2007-01. Cognitive Test of the NRFU Round 3: Revised Questions Research Report RSM2007/09 [PDF - 230K] , by Childs, Jennifer Hunter; George Carter; Dawn Norris; Krisitn Hanaoka; and Laurie Schwede. Issued 1/2007.

2006-18. Methodology for Testing for a Rise in Child Poverty Rate of Five Percent or Greater 2002 to 2003, by David Powers and William R. Bell. Issued 3/2006.

2006-17. A Model for the State-Level Estimation of Insurance Coverage by Demographic Groups [ PDF 442k], by Robin Fisher and Steven Riesz. Issued 9/2006.

2006-16. A Model for the County-Level Estimation of Insurance Coverage by Demographic Groups [ PDF 127k], by Robin Fisher and Mark Bauder. Issued 9/2006.

2006-15. Initial Assessment of Small Area Estimation of the Number of Eligible Women for the CDC's NBCCEDP, by Brett O'Hara, Joanna Turner, Mark Bauder,Steven Riesz, and David Waddington. Issued 9/2006.

2006-14. National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program Methods to Determine Participation of Eligible Populations, by Brett O'Hara, Joanna Turner, Mark Bauder, Florence Tangka, and James Gardner. Issued 2006.

2006-13. Estimating School District Poverty with Free and Reduced-Price Lunch Data, by Craig Cruse and David Powers. Issued 2006.

2006-12. Incorporating EITC Participation Data into the SAIPE Program's County Poverty Model, by Wesley Basel and Brett O'Hara. Issued 2006.

2006-11. Marital Status in the 2004 American Community Survey Issued December 2006 . POP Working Paper #83, by Kreider, Rose M. Issued 12/2006.

2006-10. Cognitive Test of the 2006 NRFU: Round 2 Research Report SSM2006/05 [PDF - 152K] , by Childs, Jennifer Hunter; Eleanor R. Gerber; George Carter; and Jennifer Beck. Issued 8/2006.

2006-09. Imputation via Triangular Regression-Based Hot Deck Proceedings Paper from ASA Section on Survey Research Methods [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Susin, Scott. Issued 2006.

2006-08. An Analysis of the Characteristics of Multiple Program Participation Using the Survey of Income an. SIPP Working Paper 246, by Reese, Kanin. Issued 6/2006.

2006-07. Household Income Inequality Measures Based on the ACS Data: 2000-2005, by Hisnanick, John and Annette J. Rogers. Issued 6/2006.

2006-06. The Low-Income Dynamics and Persistent Poverty of U.S. Families. SIPP Working Paper 245, by Hisnanick, John. Issued 6/2006.

2006-05. Assessing the Effect of Allocated Data on the Estimated Value of Total Household Income in the Sur. SIPP Working Paper 244, by Fisher, Patricia J. Issued 6/2006.

2006-04. Grandparents in the United states, 2001 presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 10, by Fields, Jason; Martin O'Connell; and Barbara Downs. Issued 2006.

2006-03. Evaluation of Poverty Estimates: A Comparison of the American Community Survey and the Current Population Survey [PDF - 72K] , by Bishaw, Alemayehu and Sharon Stern. Issued 2006.

2006-02. The Contribution of Foreign Schools to Educational Attainment in the United States, by Davis, Jessica W. and Kurt Bauman. Issued 3/2006.

2006-01. Chapter 3: Rent Burden: Robustness of Estimates and Duration in Affordable Housing Needs: A Report to Congress on the Significant Need for Housing: Annual Compilation of the Worst Case Needs Housing Survey. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Susin, Scott. Issued 1/2006.

2005-10. Methodology for Change Variance Estimates, 2000-2001, by David Powers, William R. Bell, and Joanna Turner. Issued 3/2005.

2005-09. Methodology for Change Variance Estimates, 2001-2002, by David Powers, William R. Bell, and Joanna Turner. Issued 3/2005.

2005-07. Investigating the Role of Hispanic Origin in Estimating the Number of Uninsured, by Sheri Sharareh Craig, Joanna Turner, and Brett O'Hara. Issued 8/2005.

2005-06. Identifying and Analyzing Geographic Change to School Districts, by Colleen Joyce. Issued 2005.

2005-05. Using Medicaid Participant Data in the Estimation of County Poverty Levels, by David Powers. Issued 8/2005.

2005-04. Longitudinal Outcomes of Subsidized Housing Recipients in Matched Survey and Administrative Data Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, Volume 8, Number 2 [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Susin, Scott. Issued 2005.

2005-03. Consumer Units, Households and Sharing: A View from the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) [PDF - 135K] , by Short, Kathleen and Timothy Smeeding. Issued 6/2005.

2005-02. Unmarried Partner Households in the United States: Description and Trends  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Elliott, Diana B. and Jane Lawler Dye. Issued 4/2005.

2005-01. Disability Data from the American Community Survey: A Brief Examination of the Effects of a Question Redesign in 2003, released February 2005 [PDF - 113K] , by Stern, Sharon. Issued 2/2005.

2004-14. Methodology for Variance of Change Estimates, 1999-2000, by Joanna Turner and William R. Bell. Issued 3/2004.

2004-15. Earned Income and Longitudinal Attrition in the SIPP and SPD [PDF - 653k]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by David Hall, Smanchai Sae-Ung, and Tan Tin. Issued 8/2004.

2004-13. Small Area Estimation of Health Insurance Coverage From the Current Population Survey's Annual Social and Economic Supplement and the Survey of Income and Program Participation, by Robin Fisher and Joanna Turner. Issued 8/2004.

2004-12. Errors-In-Variables County Poverty and Income Models, by Robin Fisher and Geof Gee. Issued 2004.

2004-11. Do medical out-of-pocket expenses thrust families into impoverishment? Journal of Health Care for the Poor and the Underserved, February 15(1)  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B.. Issued 2/2004.

2004-10. Twice penalized: employment discrimination against women with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, Summer 15(1)  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B.. Issued 6/2004.

2004-09. Do mothers work to support ailing husbands? Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Summer 25(2)  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B.. Issued 6/2004.

2004-08. New Methods for Simulating CPS Taxes [PDF - 121K] , by O'Hara, Amy. Issued 12/2004.

2004-07. Income Poverty and Material Hardship: How Strong Is the Association?  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Iceland, John and Kurt Bauman. Issued 12/2004.

2004-06. Income Data Quality Issues in the Annual Social and Economic Supplement to the Current Population Survey, by Weinberg, Daniel. Issued 10/2004.

2004-05. Counting People With Disabilities: How Survey Methodology Influences Estimates in Census 2000 and the Census 2000 Supplementary Survey, released August 2004 [PDF - 310K] , by Stern, Sharon. Issued 8/2004.

2004-04. Longitudinal Attrition in Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) and Survey of Program. SIPP Working Paper 242, by Vaughn, Denton R. (as CB employee). Issued 6/2004.

2004-03. AAPOR Roundtable Improving Income Measurement. SIPP Working Paper 241, by Doyle, Patricia. Issued 6/2004.

2004-02. People With Health Insurance A Comparison of Estimates From Two Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 243 [PDF - 68K] , by Bhandary, Shailesh. Issued 6/2004.

2004-01. Exploring the Use of the Views of the Public to Set Income Poverty Thresholds and Adjust Them Over Time [PDF - 387K] , by Vaughn, Denton R. (as contractor). Issued 2/2004.

2003-18. Errors-in-Variables Model for County-level Poverty Estimation, by Robin Fisher. Issued 12/2003.

2003-17. Health Insurance Estimates for Counties [ PDF 191k], by Robin Fisher and Joanna Turner. Issued 8/2003.

2003-16. County Food Stamp Program Participation to Poverty Ratio During Welfare Reform, by Geof Gee and Robin Fisher. Issued 2003.

2003-15. Do regions have an impact on a person’s health insurance status? A hierarchical modeling approach to small area estimates. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 28(3): 143-159  Link to a non-federal Web site, by O’Hara, B. & Popoff, C. Issued 1/2003.

2003-14. The Earnings Gap by Occupation and Educational Attainment: Findings from Census 2000. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, Minn., May 1-3, 2003 [DOC - 844K] , by Day, Jennifer Cheeseman,Nikki Graf, and Kurt Bauman. Issued 5/2003.

2003-13. The Distributional Implications of Geographic Adjustment of Poverty Thresholds. [PDF - 136K] , by Nelson, Charles and Kathleen Short. Issued 12/2003.

2003-12. The Effects of Using Newly-Defined Metropolitan Area Boundaries When Examining Residential Housing Patterns - October 2003 [PDF - 188K] , by Steinmetz, Erika and John Iceland. Issued 10/2003.

2003-11. Counting People with Disabilities, 2003 ASA Presentation August 2004 [PDF - 1.2M] , by Stern, Sharon. Issued 8/2003.

2003-10. Material and Financial Hardship and Alternative Poverty Measures [PDF - 78K] , by Short, Kathleen. Issued 8/2003.

2003-09. SPD2003-02: Assessing Employment Outcomes from the Survey of Program Dynamics Second Longitudinal File: What type of jobs do welfare leavers get?, by Hisnanick, John and K. Walker. Issued 8/2003.

2003-08. The Effects of Using Census Block Groups Instead of Census Tracts When Examining Residential Housing Patterns - July 2003 [PDF - 159K] , by Steinmetz, Erika and John Iceland. Issued 7/2003.

2003-07. Racial and Ethnic Residential Housing Patterns in Places: 2000 - May 2003 [PDF - 192K] , by Steinmetz, Erika and John Iceland. Issued 5/2003.

2003-06. Class Differences in African American Residential Patterns in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: 1990-2000 - May 2003 [PDF - 149K] , by Iceland, John; Cicely Sharpe; and Erika Steinmetz. Issued 5/2003.

2003-05. SPD2003-01: Adolescent Behavior and Family Relationships, by Downs, Barbara and Julia Overturf. Issued 5/2003.

2003-04. Discrepancies Between Measured Income in the American Housing Survey (AHS) and the Current Population Survey (CPS): Final Report. U.S. Census Bureau Staff Papers on Income., by Susin, Scott. Issued 3/2003.

2003-03. Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation for Policy Analysis. SIPP Working Paper 240, by Weinberg, Daniel. Issued 1/2003.

2003-02. Alternative Poverty Measures in the Survey of Income and Program Participation [PDF - 75K] , by Short, Kathleen. Issued 1/2003.

2003-01. Evaluating Components of International Migration: Native-Born Emigrants, Issued January 2003. POP Working Paper #63 by Gibbs, et al, by Shin, Hyon. Issued 1/2003.

2002-16. Health Insurance Estimates for States, by Robin Fisher and Jennifer Campbell. Issued 8/2002.

2002-15. Estimating the proportion of uninsured persons for small areas: exploring the usefulness of multilevel modeling. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, August 11-15 [PDF]  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Popoff, C., O’Hara, B. & Judson, D. Issued 8/2002.

2002-14. The Great Equalizer: Does Education Pay Off for Members of Minority Groups [DOC - 1.0M] , by Newberger, Eric C., and Jennifer Cheeseman Day. Issued 5/2002.

2002-13. Using Administrative Earnings Records to Assess Wage Data Quality in the March Current Population Survey and the Survey of Income and Program Participation, by Roemer, Mark (CB staff). Issued 11/2002.

2002-12. Defining and Redefining Poverty [PDF - 260K] , by Short, Kathleen, John Iceland, and Joseph Dalaker. Issued 8/2002.

2002-11. The Characteristics of Persons Reporting State Children's Health Insurance Program Coverage in the March 2001 Current Population Survey [PDF - 38K] , by Nelson, Charles and Robert Mills. Issued 8/2002.

2002-10. Beyond Black and White: Metropolitan Residential Segregation in Multi-Ethnic America - August 2002 [PDF - 73K] , by Iceland, John. Issued 8/2002.

2002-09. SPD2002-2:Participation in Public Assistance Programs, 1993-1997: A First Look at the Survey of Program Dynamics (SPD) Longitudinal Data, by Hisnanick, John. Issued 8/2002.

2002-08. SPD2002-3: Complex Problems - Complex Data: Welfare Reform and the Survey of Program Dynamics, by Fronczek, Peter; Pat Doyle; Robert Kominski; and Charles Nelson. Issued 8/2002.

2002-07. A Decade of Experimental Poverty Thresholds 1990 to 2000 [PDF - 383K] , by Short, Kathleen and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 7/2002.

2002-06. Personal Assessments of Minimum Income and Expenses; What do They Tell Us About 'Minimum Living' Thresholds and Equivalence Scales? [PDF - 1.1M] , by Garner, Thesia I. and Kathleen Short. Issued 7/2002.

2002-05. Racial and Ethnic Residential Segregation in the United States: 1980-2000 - May 2002 [PDF - 106K] , by Iceland, John; Daniel Weinberg; and Erika Steinmetz. Issued 5/2002.

2002-04. Application of Experimental Poverty Measures to the Aged [PDF - 369K] , by Olsen, Kelly A. Issued 4/2002.

2002-03. SPD2002-1: Use of the Survey of Program Dynamics for Studying the Implications of Welfare Reform for Families and Children, by Hofferth, Sandra L. Issued 4/2002.

2002-02. Experimental Poverty Measures Under Alternate Treatments of Medical Out-of-Pocket Expenditures:An Application of the Consumer Expenditure Survey [PDF - 217K] , by Short, Kathleen and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 2/2002.

2002-01. SPD2001-1: Documentation of Child and Family Well-Being Measures in the 1998 Wave of the Survey of Program Dynamics, by Kinukawa, Akemi; Jacinta Bronte-Tinkew; Elizabeth C. Hair; and Suzanne Le Menestrel. Issued 2/2002.

2001-14. Owner-Occupied Shelter in Experimental Poverty Measures [PDF - 80K] , by Garner, Thesia I. and Kathleen Short. Issued 11/2001.

2001-13. Enough for a Family to Live On?-Questions from Members of the American Public and New Perspectives from British Social Scientists [PDF - 101K] , by Fisher, Gordon. Issued 11/2001.

2001-12. Medical Out-of-Pocket Expenditures and Alternative Poverty Measures [PDF - 97K] , by O'Hara, Brett and Pat Doyle. Issued 10/2001.

2001-11. Measuring and Modeling Taxes in the Survey of Income and Program Participation [PDF - 69K] , by Sisson, Jeff and Kathleen Short. Issued 8/2001.

2001-10. The CPS Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC) Health Insurance Verification Question and Its Effect on Estimates of the Uninsured, by Nelson, Charles T. and Robert J. Mill. Issued 8/2001.

2001-09. Medical Spending, Health Insurance, and Measurement of American Poverty  Link to a non-federal Web site, by Burtless, Gary and Sarah Siegel. Issued 8/2001.

2001-08. Home Schooling in the United States: Trends and Characteristics, by K. J. Bauman. Issued August 2001. POP Working Paper #53, by Bauman, Kurt. Issued 8/2001.

2001-07. Valuing Housing Subsidies in a New Measure of Poverty: A Statistical Match of the American Housing Survey to the Current Population Survey [PDF - 60K] , by Stern, Sharon. Issued 6/2001.

2001-06. Social Security Benefit Reporting in the SIPP and in Social Security Administration Records. SIPP Working Paper 235, by Olson, Janice A. Issued 6/2001.

2001-05. Measuring the Impact of Child Care Expenses on Poverty [PDF - 64K] , by Iceland, John and David C. Ribar. Issued 3/2001.

2001-04. Do the Current Poverty Thresholds Include Any Amount for Health Care?, by Bavier, Richard. Issued 3/2001.

2001-03. Imputation of Medical Out of Pocket (MOOP) Spending to CPS Records [PDF - 88K] , by Betson, David M. Issued 2/2001.

2001-02. Where We Live - Geographic Differences in Poverty Thresholds [PDF - 92K] , by Short, Kathleen. Issued 1/2001.

2001-01. Owner-Occupied Housing: An Input for Experimental Poverty Thresholds [PDF - 360K] , by Garner, Thesia I. and Patricia Rozaklis. Issued 1/2001.

2000-23. Alternate CPS Sampling Variance Structures for Constrained and Unconstrained County Models, by Robin Fisher and Jana Asher. Issued 7/2000.

2000-22. Alternate CPS Sampling Variance Structures for Constrained and Unconstrained County Models Additional Research, by Jana Asher and Robin Fisher. Issued 9/2000.

2000-21. Alternate Scaling Parameter Functions in a Hierarchical Bayes Model of U.S. County Poverty Rates, by Robin Fisher and Jana Asher. Issued 8/2000.

2000-20. Type of OASDI Benefit and Year of Death based on an Exact Match to Social Security Administration. SIPP Working Paper 239, by Vaughn, Denton R. Issued 12/2000.

2000-19. Medical Care Needs in Poverty Thresholds: Problems Posed by the Uninsured [PDF - 227K] , by Banthin, Jessica; Thesia I. Garner; and Kathleen Short. Issued 12/2000.

2000-18. The Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) Methods Panel Improving Income Measurement. SIPP Working Paper 234, by Doyle, Pat; Betsy Martin; and Jeff Moore. Issued 11/2000.

2000-17. Response to Bavier's Critique of the NRC Panel's Recommendations [PDF - 234K] , by Betson, David M. Issued 11/2000.

2000-16. Medical Out-Of-Pocket Spending in Poverty Thresholds, by Bavier, Richard. Issued 10/2000.

2000-15. Valuing Housing Subsidies: A Revised Method for Quantifying Benefits in a New Measure of Poverty [PDF - 79K] , by Stern, Sharon. Issued 8/2000.

2000-14. The 'Family/Couple/Household' Unit of Analysis in Poverty Measurement, by Iceland, John. Issued 8/2000.

2000-13. SPD2000-2: Measuring Welfare Reform: Questions from Four Census Bureau Surveys, by Hisnanick, John J. Issued 8/2000.

2000-12. The Effect of Work and Welfare on Living Conditions in Single Parent Households. POP Working Paper #46, by Bauman, Kurt. Issued 8/2000.

2000-11. Employment, Earnings, and Disability (1991/92, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1997 data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation) Paper presented at the 2000 Western Economic Association Conference, by McNeil, Jack (CB staff). Issued 7/2000.

2000-10. Assessing the Quality of the March Current Population Survey and the Survey of Income and Program Participation Income Estimates, 1990-1996. [PDF], by Roemer, Mark I. Issued 6/2000.

2000-09. The Assessment of Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) Benefit Data Using Longitudina. SIPP Working Paper 238, by Huynh, Minh; Kalman Rupp; and James Sears. Issued 6/2000.

2000-08. Food Stamp Receipt Those Who Left Versus Those Who Stayed in a Time of Welfare Reform. SIPP Working Paper 236, by Hisnanick, John and Katherine G. Walker. Issued 6/2000.

2000-03. SPD99-9: Measuring Welfare Reform, Preliminary Results from the Survey of Program Dynamics, by Jones Jr., Arthur F.; Barbara Downs; and Stephanie Shipp. Issued 2/2000.

2000-02. Who are the Poor Elderly? An Examination Using Alternative Poverty Measures [PDF - 145K] , by Johnson, David S. and Timothy Smeeding. Issued 2/2000.

2000-01. Who Is Better Off Than We Thought? Evaluating Poverty with a Different Measure [PDF - 107K] , by Short, Kathleen and John Iceland. Issued 1/2000.

1999-18. Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling of U.S. County Poverty Rates, by Robin Fisher and Jana Asher. Issued 11/1999.

1999-17. Preliminary Estimates on Caregiving from Wave 7 of The 1996 SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 231, by McNeil, John M. Issued 12/1999.

1999-16. The Wealth of Families Analysis of Recent Census Data. SIPP Working Paper 233, by Anderson, Joseph M. Issued 11/1999.

1999-15. SPD99-7: The Survey of Program Dynamics: A New Source of Data to Explore the Effects of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act on Adolescents, by Downs, Barbara. Issued 8/1999.

1999-13. Shares of Income Received by Quintiles When Equivalent Income Is Used as the Measure of Income, by McNeil, John M. Issued 6/1999.

1999-12. The National Research Council's report, Measuring Poverty: A New Approach, will inspire vigorous debate over the best way to measure poverty. Three False Steps, by Bavier, Richard. Issued 6/1999.

1999-11. SPD99-4: What Can the SPD Adolescent SAQ Tell Us About the Well-being of Adolescents in the Aftermath of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act?, by Bass, Loretta E. and Barbara Downs. Issued 6/1999.

1999-10. An Overview of Developments Since 1995 Relating to a Possible New U.S. Poverty Measure (plus a Summary of the Recommendations of the National Research Council's Panel on Poverty and Family Assistance), by Fisher, Gordon. Issued 5/1999.

1999-06. Are Children Worse Off? Evaluating Child Well-Being Using a New (and Improved) Measure of Poverty*, by Iceland, John; Kathleen Short: Thesia I. Garner; and David Johnson. Issued 4/1999.

1999-03. The SIPP - Recent History and Future Developments. SIPP Working Paper 232, by Weinberg, Daniel H. Issued 1/1999.

1999-02. SPD99-2: Comparing Reponse Rates for SPD, PSID and NLSY, by Weinberg, Daniel H. Issued 1/1999.

1999-01. Women's Labor Force Attachment Patterns and Maternity Leave: A Review of the Literature. POP Working Paper #32, by Smith, Kristin E. and Amara Bachu. Issued 1/1999.

1998-14. Direct Measures of Poverty as Indicators of Economic Need: Evidence From The Survey of Income and Program Participation, by Bauman, Kurt. Issued 11/1998.

1998-13. SPD98-5: Measuring the Impact of Welfare Reform with the Survey of Program Dynamics, by Weinberg, Daniel; Pat Doyle; Arthur F. Jones Jr.; and Stephanie Shipp. Issued 10/1998.

1998-12. Remarks on Geographic Variation in Housing Prices and the Measurement of Poverty, by Malpezzi, Stephen. Issued 8/1998.

1998-11. SIPP Quality Profile, 1998. SIPP Working Paper 230, by Kalton, Graham (editor; contractor). Issued 6/1998.

1998-09. The Census Bureau's Plans for Poverty Measurement Research To be presented to the Census Advisory Committee of Professional Associations April 23,1998, by Weinberg, Daniel; Kathleen Short; and Donald Hernandez. Issued 4/1998.

1998-03. Medical needs and the poverty thresholds, by Bavier, Richard. Issued 3/1998.

1998-02. Poverty Measurement Research Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey and the Survey of Income and Program Participation (with supporting estimates from the Current Population Survey), by Short, Kathleen; Martina Shea; David Johnson; and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 2/1998.

1998-01. Cohabitation and the Measurement of Child Poverty, by Carlson, Marcia and Sheldon Danziger. Issued 2/1998.

1997-14. Methods Used for Small Area Poverty and Income Estimation, by Robin Fisher. Issued 1997.

1997-13. Who's at Risk? Designing a Medical Care Risk Index, by Doyle, Pat. Issued 12/1997.

1997-12. Updating the Poverty Thresholds with Expenditure Data, by Bavier, Richard. Issued 12/1997.

1997-11. Valuing Housing Subsidies in a Measure of Poverty in the Survey of Income and Program Participation, by Shea, Martina; Mary Naifeh; and Kathleen Short. Issued 8/1997.

1997-10. Valuing Housing Subsidies in a New Measure of Poverty Using the Current Population Survey, by Naifeh, Mary and T.J. Eller. Issued 8/1997.

1997-09. Developing Poverty Thresholds Using Expenditure Data [PDF - 154K] , by Johnson, David; Stephanie Shipp; and Thesia I. Garner. Issued 8/1997.

1997-08. From Hunter to Orshansky: An overview of (Unofficial) Poverty Lines in the United States from 1904 to 1965, by Fisher, Gordon M. Issued 8/1997.

1997-07. How do We Deduct Something We Do Not Collect? The Case of Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenditures, by Doyle, Pat. Issued 8/1997.

1997-06. SPD97-3: Measuring the Impact of Welfare Reform: Issues in Designing the Survey of Program Dynamics Questionnaire, by Hess, Jennifer C. and Jennifer M. Rothgeb. Issued 6/1997.

1997-05. SPD97-2: What Are the Issues in Implementing the Survey of Program Dynamics?, by Weinberg, Daniel and Patricia Johnson. Issued 5/1997.

1997-04. Changing the Way the United States Measures Income and Poverty: A Progress Report, by Weinberg, Daniel and Charles T. Nelson. Issued 5/1997.

1997-03. In Search of an Elusive Truth. 'How Much Do Americans Spend on Their Health Care?' [PDF - 55K] , by Betson, David. Issued 4/1997.

1997-02. Experimental Poverty Measurement in the 1990's [PDF - 193K] , by Garner, Thesia I.; Geoffrey Paulin; Stephanie Shipp; Kathleen Short; and Charles Nelson. Issued 1/1997.

1997-01. Shifting Family Definitons: The Effect of Cohabitation and Other Nonfamily Household Relationships on Measures of Poverty, by Bauman, Kurt. Issued 1/1997.

1996-28. Is Everything Relative? The Role of Equivalence Scales in Poverty Measurement [PDF - 117K] , by Betson, David. Issued 12/1996.

1996-27. Changing the Way the United States Measures Income and Poverty, by Weinberg, Daniel. Issued 11/1996.

1996-26. Social Security Earnings of Wives Relative to their Husbands A Cohort Analysis. SIPP Working Paper 169, by Williams, Todd R. and Leroy Bailey. Issued 8/1996.

1996-25. Work Related Expenditures in a New Measure of Poverty (August 1996), by Short, Kathleen; Martina Shea; and T.J. Eller. Issued 8/1996.

1996-24. The Effect of the SIPP Redesign on Employment and Earnings Data. SIPP Working Paper 217, by Lamas, Enrique; Thomas Palumbo; and Judith Eargle. Issued 8/1996.

1996-23. Developing Extended Measures of Well Being - Minimum Income and Subjective Income Assessments. SIPP Working Paper 228, by Kominski, Robert A. and Kathleen Short. Issued 8/1996.

1996-22. A Comparative Analysis of Health Insurance Coverage Estimates Data from CPS and SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 218, by Bennefield, Robert L. Issued 8/1996.

1996-21. Alternative Samples for Welfare Duration in SIPP - Does Attrition Matter?. SIPP Working Paper 220, by Kimmel, Jean and Karen Smith Conway. Issued 7/1996.

1996-20. Evaluating the Quality of Income Data Collected in the Annual Supplement to the March CPS and SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 215, by Coder, John and Lydia Scoon-Rogers. Issued 7/1996.

1996-19. Compensating for Missing Wave Data in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 216, by Williams, Todd R. and Leroy Bailey. Issued 6/1996.

1996-18. Longitudinal Imputation of SIPP Food Stamp Benefits. SIPP Working Paper 208, by Tremblay, Antoinette. Issued 6/1996.

1996-17. Program Participation and Attrition - The Empirical Evidence. SIPP Working Paper 222, by Tin, Jan. Issued 6/1996.

1996-16. Overview of Redesign Methodology for the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 210, by Siegel, Peter H. and Stephen P. Mack. Issued 6/1996.

1996-15. Work-Related Expenditures in a New Measure of Poverty. SIPP Working Paper 219, by Short, Kathleen; Martina Shea; and T.J. Eller. Issued 6/1996.

1996-14. An Evaluation and Analysis of Reservation Wage Data from SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 221, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 6/1996.

1996-13. The Effects of Special Saving Programs on Saving and Wealth. SIPP Working Paper 213, by Poterba, James M.; Steven F. Venti; and David A. Wise. Issued 6/1996.

1996-12. Who Moonlights and Why Evidence from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 224, by Kimmel, Jean and Karen Smith Conway. Issued 6/1996.

1996-11. Income Poverty Times Series Data from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 207, by Huggins, Vicki J. and Franklin Winters. Issued 6/1996.

1996-10. Comparing Certain Effects of Redesign on Data from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 226, by Hock, Elaine C. and Franklin Winters. Issued 6/1996.

1996-09. Research on Characteristics of SIPP Nonrespondents Using IRS Data. SIPP Working Paper 211, by Hendrick, Mark R.; Karen E. King; and Julia L. Bienias. Issued 6/1996.

1996-08. The New Poverty Measure: Administrative Data as a Source of Medical Expenditures, by Doyle, Pat and Meg Johantgen. Issued 6/1996.

1996-07. Continuing Research on Use of Administrative Data in SIPP Longitudinal Estimation. SIPP Working Paper 209, by Dorinski, Suzanne, M. Issued 6/1996.

1996-06. Regression Adjustment for Nonresponse. SIPP Working Paper 205, by An, Anthony B. and Wayne F. Fuller. Issued 6/1996.

1996-05. Nonresponse Research Plans for the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 206, by An, Anthony B. and Wayne F. Fuller. Issued 6/1996.

1996-04. Reducing the Welfare Dependence of Single-Mother Families - Health Related Employment Barriers and Policy Reponses. SIPP Working Paper 223, by Kimmel, Jean. Issued 3/1996.

1996-03. Past is Prologue Simulating Lifetime Social Security Earnings for the 21st Century. SIPP Working Paper 214, by Iams, Howard M. and Steven Sandell. Issued 3/1996.

1996-01. The SIPP Cognitive Research Evaluation Experiment - Basic Results and Documentation. SIPP Working Paper 212, by Moore, Jeffrey C.; Kent H. Marquis; and Karen Bogen. Issued 1/1996.

1995-11. Developing Postcensal Income and Poverty Estimates for all U.S. Counties, by Paul M. Siegel. Issued 1995.

1995-10. Measuring Poverty: Issues and Approaches, by Weinberg, Daniel. Issued 12/1995.

1995-09. The Structure and Consequences of Eligibility Rules for a Social Program - A Study of the JTPA. SIPP Working Paper 227, by Devine, Theresa J. and James J. Heckman. Issued 11/1995.

1995-08. Poor Old Folks: Have Our Methods of Poverty Measurement Blinded Us to Who is Poor? [PDF - 93K] , by Betson, David. Issued 11/1995.

1995-07. Effect of Home Ownership on Poverty Measurement [PDF], by Betson, David. Issued 11/1995.

1995-06. Surveys On Call - On Line Access to Survey Data. SIPP Working Paper 229, by Furukawa, Stacey; Enrique Lamas; and Judith Eargle. Issued 8/1995.

1995-05. Is There Such a Thing as an Absolute Poverty Line Over Time? Evidence from the United States, Britain, Canada, and Australia on the Income Elasticity of the Poverty Line, by Fisher, Gordon M. Issued 8/1995.

1995-04. Do the Proposed Revisions of the Poverty Measure Matter for Rural America?, by Nord, Mark and Peggy Cook. Issued 7/1995.

1995-03. The Redesign of the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 203, by Huggins, Vicki J. and Donald P. Fischer. Issued 6/1995.

1995-02. Adjusting for Attrition in Event History Analysis. SIPP Working Paper 204, by Hill, Daniel H. Issued 6/1995.

1995-01. Regression Weighting Methods for SIPP Data. SIPP Working Paper 202, by An, Anthony J.; F. Jay Breidt; and Wayne A. Fuller. Issued 6/1995.

1994-11. Weighting Adjustments for Panel Nonresponse in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 200, by Rizzo, Lou; Graham Kalton; and J. Michael Brick. Issued 10/1994.

1994-10. Overview of SIPP Nonresponse Research. SIPP Working Paper 201, by Mack, Stephen and Rita Petroni. Issued 9/1994.

1994-09. Oversampling in Panel Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 196, by Singh, Rajendra P.; Rita J. Petroni; and Tiwanda M. Allen. Issued 8/1994.

1994-08. Longitudinal Imputation of SIPP Food Stamp Benefits. SIPP Working Paper 194, by Tremblay, Antoinette. Issued 6/1994.

1994-07. An Experiment to Reduce Measurement Error in the SIPP Preliminary Results. SIPP Working Paper 197, by Marquis, Kent H.; Jeffrey C. Moore; and Karen Bogen. Issued 6/1994.

1994-06. The Effect of Attrition on Income and Poverty Estimates from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 190, by Lamas, Enrique; Jan Tin; and Judith Eargle. Issued 6/1994.

1994-05. Weighting Schemes for Household Panel Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 199, by Kalton, Graham and J. Michael Brick. Issued 6/1994.

1994-04. Changing Social Security Survivor Benefits & the Poverty of Widows. SIPP Working Paper 198, by Hurd, Michael D. and David A. Wise. Issued 6/1994.

1994-03. Testing A New Attrition Nonresponse Adjustment Method for SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 195, by Folsom, Ralph E. and Michael B. Witt. Issued 6/1994.

1994-02. The Effectiveness of Oversampling Low Income Households in SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 182, by Allen, Tiwanda, M.; Rita J. Petroni; and Rajendra P. Singh. Issued 6/1994.

1994-01. Changing Social Security Benefits to Reflect Child Care Years - A Policy Whose Time Has Passed. SIPP Working Paper 225, by Iams, Howard M. and Steven Sandell. Issued 1/1994.

1993-08. The Seam Effect in SIPP's Labor Force Data - Did the Recession Make it Worse?. SIPP Working Paper 180, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 9/1993.

1993-07. Cross-Sectional Imputation and Longitudinal Editing Procedures in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 186, by Pennell, Steven G. Issued 7/1993.

1993-06. A Comparative Analysis of the Labor Force Activities of Ethnic Populations. SIPP Working Paper 174, by Wilson, Franklin D. and Lawrence L. Wu. Issued 6/1993.

1993-05. Informal Mechanisms for Government Decision-Making Case Study of a Team Approach to Redesigning the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 183, by Weinberg, Daniel H. Issued 6/1993.

1993-04. Workers with Low Earnings 1964 to 1990. SIPP Working Paper 178, by McNeil, John M. Issued 6/1993.

1993-03. The Seasonality of Moving - An Analysis of Data from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 177, by Deare, Diana. Issued 6/1993.

1993-02. Variance Estimation by Users of SIPP Micro-Data Files. SIPP Working Paper 175, by Chakrabarty, Rameswar P. Issued 6/1993.

1993-01. Modeling Food Stamp Participation in the Presence of Reporting Errors. SIPP Working Paper 179, by Bollinger, Christopher R. and Martin David. Issued 6/1993.

1992-09. Time in Panel Effects in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 172, by Lepkowski, James M.; Steven G. Pennell; David P. Miller; Elma Luis; and Graham Kalton. Issued 9/1992.

1992-08. A Statistical Profile of At-Risk Children in the United States. SIPP Working Paper 168, by Winquist Nord, C.; and A. Rhoads. Issued 6/1992.

1992-07. Private Health Insurance and the Utilization of Medical Care by the Elderly. SIPP Working Paper 170, by Wilcox-Gok, Virginia and Jeffrey Rubin. Issued 6/1992.

1992-06. The Survey of Income and Program Participation in the 1990's. SIPP Working Paper 167, by Weinberg, Daniel H. and Rita J. Petroni. Issued 6/1992.

1992-05. Estimates of the Uninsured Population from the Survey of Income and Program Participation: Size, Characteristics, and the Possibility of Attrition Bias. SIPP Working Paper 161, by Swartz, Katherine. Issued 6/1992.

1992-04. Who Helps Whom in Older Parent-Child Families. SIPP Working Paper 163, by Speare Jr., Alden and Roger Avery. Issued 6/1992.

1992-03. Analyzing Spells of Program Participation in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 171, by Kalton, Graham; David P. Miller; and James Lepkowski. Issued 6/1992.

1992-02. Pretest Results of an Alternative Measurement Design for the Survey of Income and Program Particip. SIPP Working Paper 165, by Bogen, Karen; Jeffrey C. Moore; and Kent H. Marquis. Issued 6/1992.

1992-01. Changes in Parent-Child Coresidence in Later Life. SIPP Working Paper 162, by Speare Jr., Alden and Roger Avery. Issued 1/1992.

1991-19. Rationale for a SIPP-Based Microsimulation Model of SSI and OASDI. SIPP Working Paper 157, by Wixon, Bernard and Denton R. Vaughn. Issued 6/1991.

1991-18. The Survey of Income and Program Participation as a Source of Data on Children and Families A Co. SIPP Working Paper 148, by Winquist Nord, C. and A. Rhoads. Issued 6/1991.

1991-17. Health Insurance Coverage Among the Elderly. SIPP Working Paper 149, by Wilcox-Gok, Virginia and Jeffrey Rubin. Issued 6/1991.

1991-16. Oversampling the Low-Income Population in the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP). SIPP Working Paper 160, by Weller, Glenn D.; Vicki J. Huggins; and Rajendra P. Singh. Issued 6/1991.

1991-15. Implementing an SSI Model Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 158, by Vaughn, Denton R. and Bernard Wixon. Issued 6/1991.

1991-14. Recipiency History and Left-Censored Spells of Program Participation in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 153, by Short, Kathleen and Judith Eargle. Issued 6/1991.

1991-13. A Cognitive Approach to Redesigning Measurement in the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 150, by Marquis, Kent H.; Jeffrey C. Moore; and Karen Bogen. Issued 6/1991.

1991-12. Record Use by Respondents. SIPP Working Paper 152, by Kominski, Robert. Issued 6/1991.

1991-11. A Random-Effects Approach to Attrition Bias in the SIPP Health Insurance Data. SIPP Working Paper 144, by Klerman, Jacob Alex. Issued 6/1991.

1991-10. Effects of Measurement Error on Occupational Event History Analysis. SIPP Working Paper 151, by Hill, Daniel H. Issued 6/1991.

1991-09. Within-PSU Sort and Stratification Research to Improve Survey Efficiency. SIPP Working Paper 155, by Gorsak, Mark; Khandaker Mansur; Deborah Fenstermaker; and Rita Petroni. Issued 6/1991.

1991-08. Alternative Samples for Welfare Duration in SIPP Does Attrition Matter. SIPP Working Paper 145, by Fitzgerald, John and Xuejin Zuo. Issued 6/1991.

1991-07. Job-Exits and Job-To-Job Transitions in the Unites States An Empirical Analysis Using SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 146, by Devine, Theresa J. Issued 6/1991.

1991-06. Using SIPP to Analyze Black-White Differences in Youth Employment. SIPP Working Paper 143, by Cain, Glen G. and Philip M. Gleason. Issued 6/1991.

1991-05. Receipt of Food Stamps by Longitudinal Households and Individuals in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 154, by Burstein, Nancy R. Issued 6/1991.

1991-04. Marital Separation and the Economic Well-Being of Children and Their Absent Fathers. SIPP Working Paper 156, by Bianchi, Suzanne M. Issued 6/1991.

1991-03. The Flow of Household Income in the 1984 Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 147, by Watts, Harold W.; David B. McMillen; and Linda Moeller. Issued 3/1991.

1991-02. Trends in Income and Wealth of the Elderly in the 1980's. SIPP Working Paper 141, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 3/1991.

1991-01. The Impact of Survey and Questionnaire Design on Longitudinal Labor Force Measures. SIPP Working Paper 142, by Martini, Alberto and Paul Ryscavage. Issued 3/1991.

1990-28. Discrete Time Models of Entry Into Marriage Based on Retrospective Marital Histories of Young Adults in the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany. SIPP Working Paper 140, by Witte, James C. Issued 12/1990.

1990-27. The Saving Effect of Tax-Deferred Retirement Accounts Evidence from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 129, by Venti, Steven F. and David A. Wise. Issued 12/1990.

1990-26. Spells Without Health Insurance Distributions of Durations and Their Link to Point-in-Time Estimates of the Uninsured. SIPP Working Paper 139, by Swartz, Katherine and Timothy McBride. Issued 12/1990.

1990-25. Proxy Reports Results from a Record Check Study. SIPP Working Paper 137, by Moore, Jeffrey C. Issued 12/1990.

1990-24. The Effect of the Medicaid Program on Welfare Participation and Labor Supply. SIPP Working Paper 136, by Moffitt, Robert and Barbara Wolfe. Issued 12/1990.

1990-23. Children and Welfare Patterns of Multiple Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 130, by Long, Sharon K. Issued 12/1990.

1990-22. The SIPP Event History Calendar Aiding Respondents in the Dating of Longitudinal Processes. SIPP Working Paper 132, by Kominski, Robert. Issued 12/1990.

1990-21. Response and Procedural Error Variance in Surveys An Application of Poisson and Neyman Type A Regression. SIPP Working Paper 121, by Hill, Daniel H. Issued 12/1990.

1990-20. Two Notes on Relating the Risk of Disclosure for Microdata and Geographic Area Size. SIPP Working Paper 134, by Greenberg, Brian and Laura Voshell. Issued 12/1990.

1990-19. Handling Single Wave Nonresponse in A Panel Study. SIPP Working Paper 114, by Singh, Rajendra P.; Vicki Huggins; and Daniel Kasprzyk. Issued 10/1990.

1990-18. Nonresponse Research for the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 115, by Petroni, Rita. Issued 10/1990.

1990-17. Racial Differences in Health and Health Care Service Utilization: The Effect of Socioeconomic Status. SIPP Working Paper 124, by Mutchier, J.E. and J.A. Burr. Issued 10/1990.

1990-16. The Effects of Being Uninsured on Health Care Service Use Estimates From the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 117, by Long, Stephen H. and Jack Rogers. Issued 10/1990.

1990-15. The Seam Effect in Panel Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 116, by Kalton, Graham; Daniel H. Hill; and Martin E. Miller. Issued 10/1990.

1990-14. SIPP Record Check Results: Implications for Measurement Principles and Practice. SIPP Working Paper 126, by Marquis, Kent H. and Jeffrey C. Moore. Issued 8/1990.

1990-13. Workers With Disabilities in Large and Small Firms: Profiles from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 127, by Drury, David. Issued 8/1990.

1990-12. Entry into Marriage and the Transition to Adulthood Among Recent Births Cohorts of Young Adults in the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany. SIPP Working Paper 128, by Witte, James C. Issued 6/1990.

1990-11. Living Benefits Closing The Gap for LTC Financing. SIPP Working Paper 125, by Shea, Denis G. Issued 6/1990.

1990-10. Wage Differential and Job Changes. SIPP Working Paper 118, by Seniger, S. and D. Greenberg. Issued 6/1990.

1990-09. Longitudinal Analysis of Federal Survey Data. SIPP Working Paper 112, by Ruggles, Patricia. Issued 6/1990.

1990-08. Household and Nonhousehold Living Arrangements in Later Life A Longitudinal Analysis of a Social Process. SIPP Working Paper 131, by Mutchier, J.E. and J.A. Burr. Issued 6/1990.

1990-07. Wages and Employment Among the Working Poor New Evidence from SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 119, by Long, Sharon K. and Alberto Martini. Issued 6/1990.

1990-06. Welfare Participation and Welfare Recidivism The Role of Family Events. SIPP Working Paper 123, by Long, Sharon K. Issued 6/1990.

1990-05. Childcare Effects on Social Security Benefits (91 ARC). SIPP Working Paper 135, by Iams, Howard M.. Issued 6/1990.

1990-04. The Elderly and Their Sources of Income Implications for Rural Development. SIPP Working Paper 110, by Hoppe, Robert A. Issued 6/1990.

1990-03. Estimates of Employer Contributions for Health Insurance by Worker Characteristics. SIPP Working Paper 133, by Haber, Sheldon. Issued 6/1990.

1990-02. The Effect of the Marriage Market on First Marriages Evidence from SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 108, by Fitzgerald, John. Issued 6/1990.

1990-01. Recent Developments in the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 106, by Bowie, Chet. Issued 4/1990.

1989-26. Counting Spells of Unemployment. SIPP Working Paper 109, by Ryscavage, Paul and Kathleen Short. Issued 12/1989.

1989-25. Measuring Spells of Unemployment and Their Outcomes. SIPP Working Paper 84, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 12/1989.

1989-24. Wave Seam Effects. SIPP Working Paper 98, by Young, Nathan. Issued 9/1989.

1989-23. Development and Evaluation of a Survey-Based Type of Benefit Classification for the Social Security. SIPP Working Paper 97, by Vaughn, Denton R. Issued 8/1989.

1989-22. The Effect of Child Care Costs on Married Women's Labor Force Participation. SIPP Working Paper 95, by Connelly, Rachel. Issued 7/1989.

1989-21. The Potential for Comparative Panel Research Using Data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation and the German Socio-Economic Panel. SIPP Working Paper 103, by Witte, James C. Issued 6/1989.

1989-20. Reflections on the Income Estimates from the Initial Panel of the Survey of Income and Program Part. SIPP Working Paper 83, by Vaughn, Denton R. Issued 6/1989.

1989-19. An Analysis of Leaving Home Using Data from the 1984 Panel of the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 107, by Speare Jr., Alden; Roger Avery; and Frances. Issued 6/1989.

1989-18. Measuring the Duration of Poverty Spells. SIPP Working Paper 86, by Ruggles, Patricia and Roberton Williams. Issued 6/1989.

1989-17. A Resource-Based Model of Living Arrangements Among the Unmarried Elderly. SIPP Working Paper 93, by Mutchier, J.E. and J.A. Burr. Issued 6/1989.

1989-16. Enhanced Demographic-Economic Data Sets. SIPP Working Paper 82, by Herriot, Roger; Chester Bowie; Daniel Kasprzyk; and Sheldon Haber. Issued 6/1989.

1989-15. Components of Longitudinal Household Change for 1984-1985 An Evaluation of National Estimates from the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 99, by Hernandez, D.J. Issued 6/1989.

1989-14. Findings from the SIPP Fringe Benefits Feasibility Study Response Rates and Data Quality. SIPP Working Paper 105, by Haber, Sheldon. Issued 6/1989.

1989-13. Multivariate Analysis by Users of SIPP Micro-Data Files. SIPP Working Paper 92, by Chakrabarty, Rameswar P. Issued 6/1989.

1989-12. Methods of Processing Unit Data Longitudinally On The SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 87, by Smith, Karen E. Issued 5/1989.

1989-11. Welfare Dependency and Its Causes Determinants of the Duration of Welfare Spells. SIPP Working Paper 85, by Ruggles, Patricia. Issued 5/1989.

1989-10. Research and Evaluation Conducted on the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 89, by Petroni, Rita; Thomas Carmody; and Vicki Huggins. Issued 5/1989.

1989-09. A Poisson Model of Response and Procedural Error Analysis of SIPP Reinterview Data. SIPP Working Paper 90, by Hill, Daniel H. Issued 5/1989.

1989-08. The Economic Resources of the Elderly A Comprehensive Income Approach. SIPP Working Paper 91, by Crystal, Stephen; and Dennis Shea. Issued 5/1989.

1989-07. Composite Estimation for SIPP Annual Estimates. SIPP Working Paper 88, by Chakrabarty, Rameswar P. Issued 5/1989.

1989-06. Quality of SIPP Estimates. SIPP Working Paper 78, by Singh, Rajendra; Lynn Weidman; and Gary M. Shapiro. Issued 4/1989.

1989-05. Longitudinal vs. Retrospective Measures of Work Experience. SIPP Working Paper 80, by Ryscavage, Paul and John Coder. Issued 4/1989.

1989-04. The Regular Receipt of Child Support: A Multi-Step Process. SIPP Working Paper 102, by Nord, C. and J. Peterson. Issued 4/1989.

1989-03. Longitudinal vs. Retrospective Measures of Work Experience. SIPP Working Paper 81, by Farley, Reyonds and Lisa J. Neidert. Issued 4/1989.

1989-02. Two Notes on Sampling Variance Estimates from the 1984 SIPP Public-Use Files. SIPP Working Paper 79, by Bye, Barry V. and Salvatore J. Gallicchio. Issued 4/1989.

1989-01. Measuring Household Change at the Individual Level Using Data from SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 94, by Speare Jr., Alden and Roger Avery. Issued 3/1989.

1988-32. The Survey of Income and Program Participation An Overview and Discussion of Research Issues. SIPP Working Paper 77, by Kasprzyk, Daniel. Issued 12/1988.

1988-31. Nonresponse Adjustment Methods for Demographic Surveys at the U.S. Bureau of the Census. SIPP Working Paper 70, by Singh, Rajendra P. and Rita J. Petroni. Issued 11/1988.

1988-30. Using Administrative Record Data to Describe SIPP Response Errors. SIPP Working Paper 74, by Moore, Jeffrey C. and Kent H. Marquis. Issued 11/1988.

1988-29. Defining and Measuring Nonmetro Poverty: Results from the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 69, by Hoppe, Robert A. Issued 11/1988.

1988-28. The Employment of Mothers and the Prevention of Poverty. SIPP Working Paper 73, by Hill, Martha and Heidi Hartmann. Issued 11/1988.

1988-27. Training, Wage Growth, Firm Size. SIPP Working Paper 68, by Haber, Sheldon E. and Enrique Lamas. Issued 11/1988.

1988-26. Census Bureau Microdata: Providing Useful Research Data While Protecting the Anonymity of Respondents. SIPP Working Paper 76, by Gates, Gerald W. Issued 11/1988.

1988-25. Excluding Sample That Misses Some Interviews from SIPP Longitudinal Estimates. SIPP Working Paper 72, by Ernst, Lawrence and Daniel Gillman. Issued 11/1988.

1988-24. Testing Telephone Interviewing in the Survey of Income and Program Participation and Some Early Results. SIPP Working Paper 71, by Durant, Sharon L. and Philip M. Gbur. Issued 11/1988.

1988-23. Reservation Wages and Subsequent Acceptance Wages of Unemployed Persons. SIPP Working Paper 66, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 8/1988.

1988-22. Income and Assets of Social Security Beneficiaries by Type of Benefit. SIPP Working Paper 96, by Grad, Susan. Issued 8/1988.

1988-21. Residential Mobility of One-Person Households. SIPP Working Paper 50, by Witte, James C. and Herbert Lahmann. Issued 7/1988.

1988-20. The Effect of Income Taxation on Labor Supply When Deductions are Endogenous. SIPP Working Paper 62, by Triest, Robert K. Issued 7/1988.

1988-19. A Comparison of Gross Changes in Labor Force Status From SIPP and CPS. SIPP Working Paper 63, by Ryscavage, Paul and Angela Feldman-Harkins. Issued 7/1988.

1988-18. Using Administrative Record Data to Evaluate the Quality of Survey Estimates. SIPP Working Paper 53, by Moore, Jeffrey C. and Kent H. Marquis. Issued 7/1988.

1988-17. Examining the Dynamics of Health Insurance Loss A Tale of Two Cohorts. SIPP Working Paper 55, by Monheit, Alan C. and Claudia L. Schur. Issued 7/1988.

1988-16. Year-Apart Estimates of Household Net Worth from the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 51, by McNeill, Jack and Enrique Lamas. Issued 7/1988.

1988-15. A Methodological Study Using Administrative Records The Special Frames Study of the Income Survey. SIPP Working Paper 61, by Logan, Weltha J.; Daniel Kasprzyk; and Roger Cavanaugh. Issued 7/1988.

1988-14. How are the Elderly Housed? New Data from the 1984 Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 64, by Goldstein, Arnold A. Issued 7/1988.

1988-13. Dynamics of Medicaid Enrollment. SIPP Working Paper 56, by Farley-Short, Pamela; Joel C. Cantor; and Alan C. Monheit. Issued 7/1988.

1988-12. Measuring Poverty and Crises A Comparision of Annual and Subannual Accounting Periods Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 52, by David, Martin and John Fitzgerald. Issued 7/1988.

1988-11. Income as a Proxy for the Economic Status of the Elderly. SIPP Working Paper 58, by Chollett, Deborah J. and Robert B. Friedland. Issued 7/1988.

1988-10. Measuring Poverty with the SIPP and the CPS. SIPP Working Paper 45, by Williams, Roberton. Issued 6/1988.

1988-09. Short Term Fluctuations in Income and Their Relationship to the Characteristics of the Low Income Population: New Data from SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 49, by Ruggles, Patricia. Issued 6/1988.

1988-08. The Wealth of the Aged and Nonaged, 1984. SIPP Working Paper 54, by Radner, Daniel B. Issued 6/1988.

1988-07. The Discourage Worker Effect: A Reappraisal Using Spell Duration Data. SIPP Working Paper 57, by Martini, Alberto. Issued 6/1988.

1988-06. Participation in Industrial Training Programs. SIPP Working Paper 60, by Haber, Sheldon E. Issued 6/1988.

1988-05. Welfare Recipient as Observed in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 65, by Coder, John and Patricia Ruggles. Issued 6/1988.

1988-04. The Impact of the Unit of Analysis on Measures of Serial Multiple Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 48, by Doyle, Pat and Sharon E. Long. Issued 5/1988.

1988-03. A Look at Welfare Dependency Using the 1984 SIPP Panel File. SIPP Working Paper 75, by Coder, John and Angela Feldman. Issued 4/1988.

1988-02. Factors Associated with Household Net Worth. SIPP Working Paper 40, by Lamas, Enrique J. and Jack McNeill. Issued 2/1988.

1988-01. The Statistically Invisible Minority Aged. SIPP Working Paper 46, by Taeuber, Cynthia M. and Ernest B. Attah. Issued 1/1988.

1987-21. Creating SIPP Longitudinal Files Using OSIRIS IV. SIPP Working Paper 37, by Servais, Marita. Issued 12/1987.

1987-20. Transitions In and Out of Poverty New Data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 38, by Ruggles, Patricia and Roberton Williams. Issued 12/1987.

1987-19. An Analysis of the SIPP Asset and Liability Feedback Experiment. SIPP Working Paper 47, by Lamas, Enrique J. and Jack McNeill. Issued 12/1987.

1987-18. Survey of Income and Program Participation Update. SIPP Working Paper 44, by Kasprzyk, Daniel. Issued 12/1987.

1987-17. Geographical Mobility and the Life Course: Moves Associated with Individual Life Events. SIPP Working Paper 42, by Dahman, Donald C. and Edith K. McArthur. Issued 12/1987.

1987-16. Exploring Changes in Health Care Coverage Using the SIPP Longitudinal Research File. SIPP Working Paper 41, by Burkhead, Dan and Angela Feldman-Harkins. Issued 12/1987.

1987-15. Investigation of Possible Causes of Transition Patterns for SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 35, by Weidman, Lynn. Issued 11/1987.

1987-14. Measuring the Bias in Gross Flows in the Presence of Auto-Correlated Response Errors. SIPP Working Paper 34, by Hubble, David L. and David R. Judkins. Issued 11/1987.

1987-13. On Their Own: The Self-Employed and Others in Private Business. SIPP Working Paper 39, by Haber, Sheldon E.; Enrique J. Lamas; and Jules H. Lichtenstein. Issued 11/1987.

1987-12. Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) Sample Loss and the Efforts to Reduce It. SIPP Working Paper 31, by Nelson, Dawn D.; Chet Bowie; and Annetta Walker. Issued 9/1987.

1987-11. Job Tenure, Liftetime Work Interruptions and Wage Differentials. SIPP Working Paper 33, by McNeil, Jack; Enrique Lamas; and Sheldon Haber. Issued 9/1987.

1987-10. Households and Income Sources Monthly Averages for 1984. SIPP Working Paper 36, by Moorman, Jeanne, E. Issued 8/1987.

1987-09. Response Errors in Labor Surveys Comparisons of Self and Proxy. SIPP Working Paper 28, by Hill, Daniel H. Issued 8/1987.

1987-08. The Impact of Imputation Procedures on Distributional Characteristics of Low Income Population. SIPP Working Paper 32, by Doyle, Pat and Robert Dalrymple. Issued 8/1987.

1987-07. Quality Profile for the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 30, by King, Karen E; Rita J. Petroni; and Rajendra P. Singh. Issued 6/1987.

1987-06. SIPP Filling Data Gaps on the Poverty and Social Welfare Fronts. SIPP Working Paper 27, by Ryscavage, Paul. Issued 5/1987.

1987-05. Differences between SIPP and Food and Nutrition Service Program Data on Child Nutrition and WIC Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 29, by Ku, Leighton and Robert Dalrymple. Issued 5/1987.

1987-04. The Treatment of Person-Wave Nonresponse in Longitudinal Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 26, by Kalton, Graham; James Lepkowski; Steve Heeringa; Ting-Kwong Lin; and Michael E. Miller. Issued 5/1987.

1987-03. Work Experience Data From SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 25, by Ryscavage, Paul and Angela Feldman-Harkins. Issued 4/1987.

1987-02. Preliminary Data from the SIPP 1983-84 Longitudinal Research File. SIPP Working Paper 24, by Coder, John F.; Dan Burkhead; Angela Feldman-Harkins; and Jack McNeil. Issued 3/1987.

1987-01. Tracking Persons Over Time. SIPP Working Paper 23, by Jean, Anne C. and Edith K. McArthur. Issued 1/1987.

1986-10. Enhancing Data From the Survey of Income and Program Participation With Data From Economic Censuses and Surveys. SIPP Working Paper 6, by Sater, Douglas K. Issued 10/1986.

1986-09. SIPP Labor Force Transitions Problems and Promises. SIPP Working Paper 21, by Ryscavage, Paul and Kathleen Short. Issued 7/1986.

1986-08. The Survey of Income and Program Participation: Uses and Applications. SIPP Working Paper 2, by Short, Kathleen. Issued 6/1986.

1986-07. Augmenting Data Reported in the Survey of Income and Program Participation with Administrative Record Data - A Brief Discussion. SIPP Working Paper 22, by Sater, Douglas K. Issued 6/1986.

1986-06. An Investigation of Model-Based Imputation Procedures Using Data From the Income Survey Development Program. SIPP Working Paper 11, by Huggins, Vicki J. and Lynn Weidman. Issued 6/1986.

1986-05. Evaluation of Training Materials and Methods for the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP). SIPP Working Paper 16, by Holt, Mimi. Issued 6/1986.

1986-04. SIPP Longitudinal Household Estimation for the Proposed Longitudinal Definition. SIPP Working Paper 13, by Ernst, Lawrence R. Issued 6/1986.

1986-03. Patterns of Household Composition and Family Status Change. SIPP Working Paper 17, by Citro, Constance F. and Harold W. Watts. Issued 6/1986.

1986-02. A Composite Estimate for SIPP A Preliminary Report. SIPP Working Paper 18, by Chakrabarty, Rameswar P. Issued 6/1986.

1986-01. Nonsampling Error Issues in the SIPP. SIPP Working Paper 10, by Kalton, Graham; David B. McMillen; and Daniel Kasprzyk. Issued 3/1986.

1985-06. An Overview of Survey of Income and Program Participation Update 1. SIPP Working Paper 1, by Nelson, Dawn; David B. McMillen; and Daniel Kasprzyk. Issued 12/1985.

1985-05. Methodologies for Imputing Longitudinal Survey Items. SIPP Working Paper 7, by Huggins, Vicki J.; Michael E. Samuhel; and Lynn Weidman. Issued 12/1985.

1985-04. A Comparison of Seven Imputation Procedures for ISDP. SIPP Working Paper 14, by Huggins, Vicki J. Issued 11/1985.

1985-03. Summary of the Content of the 1984 Panel of the Survey of Income and Program Participation. SIPP Working Paper 5, by Frankel, Delma. Issued 10/1985.

1985-02. New Household Survey and the CPS: Look at Labor Force Differences. SIPP Working Paper 8, by Ryscavage, Paul M. and John E. Bregger. Issued 9/1985.

1985-01. Using the Survey of Income and Program Participation for Research on the Older Population. SIPP Working Paper 4, by McMillen, David B.; Cynthia M. Taeuber; and Jennifer Marks. Issued 9/1985.


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