The Impact of Alternative Inflation Adjustments on CPS ASEC Income Statistics
This paper documents the implications of using chain type price indices to inflation adjust estimates of historical income and earnings statistics.
Housing Vacancy Survey Nonresponse Analysis
This paper examines the implications for CPS/HVS estimates of a change in data collection procedures made in response to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effects of Monetary Incentives on Earnings Non-Response in the SIPP
This paper exploits a multi-wave random monetary incentive experiment for the SIPP 2014 panel to examine the effect of incentives on earnings non-response.
Student Debt and Its Co-Occurrence with Other Types of Debt
This presentation uses a descriptive accounting of student loans and their connection to other types of debt.
Essential, Frontline, and High Risk: How COVID-19 Prioritized Low-wage
Who is essential, frontline, and high risk has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leave Usage Following a First Birth Among Men in the United States
This paper uses SIPP data to describe patterns of leave usage among men over time and model factors associated with the likelihood of men to take leave.
Using WIC Administrative Data to Evaluate the SPM
This paper links state administrative data on the WIC program to the CPS ASEC to assess the impact of WIC misreporting on the Supplemental Poverty Measure.
A Look at Retirement Readiness: 2013
This paper focuses on the working-age population (15–64 years old) who owned and/or contributed to their retirement accounts in 2013.