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The Survey of Income and Program Participation: The Seam Effect in Sipp's Labor Force Data: Did the Recession Make It Worse?: Working Paper 9308

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The Survey of Income and Program Participation: The Seam Effect in Sipp's Labor Force Data: Did the Recession Make It Worse?: Working Paper 9308 - Department of Commerce, Bureau Of the Ce (Creator), and Ruscavage, Paul
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The Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) is designed to prepare accurate data about the income and government program participation of people and households in the United States. The survey compiles data on taxes, assets and presence of government assisted programs. The SIPP data allows the government to evaluate the effectiveness of state, federal and local programs. This is a paper written by a staff member at the United States Census Bureau.

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The Survey of Income and Program Participation: The Seam Effect in Sipp's Labor Force Data: Did the Recession Make It Worse?: Working Paper 9308 2013, Bibliogov

ISBN-13: 9781288650835

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