Official publications released by the U.S. Census Bureau have a report number and often list the lead author(s).
Recipients and the Dynamics of Program Participation: 1987-1988
This report uses data from the SIPP to examine the participation in various government assistance programs at a point in time and over a 28-month period.
Residential Work Slows Nationwide
This brief features information about residential improvement and repair expenses since 1984.
Studies in the Distribution of Income
This report presents a collection of papers analyzing trends in the level of real income, adjusted for inflation, and its distribution.
When Families Break Up
This brief examines family breakup concentrating on two-parent families and mother-child families.
Studies in Household and Family Formation
This report analyzes the conditions under which households tend to break up and become poor.
Money Income of Households, Families, and Persons in the U.S.: 1991
This report presents data on total income in current and constant dollars for households, families, unrelated individuals, and persons.
Measuring the Effect of Benefits & Taxes on Income & Poverty 1979-1991
This report presents income summary data for households by household composition; and poverty data for persons by age, education, and work experience.
Poverty in the United States: 1991
This report provides detailed social and economic statistics for the population below the poverty level in 1991 based on the March 1992 CPS.
Income, Poverty, and Wealth in the United States: A Chart Book
This report illustrates in charts and graphs several perspectives on income and wealth, including topics as poverty and the ownership of homes and other assets.
Support Networks Among American Families: 1988
This brief examines characteristics of both providers and recipients of financial help in order to make ends meet.
Extended Measures of Well-Being: 1984
In this report a collection of traditional and nontraditional indicators of hardship and well-being will be considered. This exercise is exploratory.
How Consumers Spend Their Money
This brief uses data collected between 1917 and 1990 by the Consumer Expenditure Surveys to examine how spending patterns have changed over the years.
Who's Helping Out? Support Networks Among American Families: 1988
This report is the second from the SIPP to focus on the financial support networks in which individuals' or families incomes are supplemented.
Workers with Low Earnings: 1964 to 1990
This report presents data for numbers of persons with earnings less than a low earnings threshold by work experience during the year.
How We're Changing: Demographic State of the Nation: 1992
This report provides a two-color illustrated overview giving data on selected topics.