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The National Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) has been established to provide an assessment of the health care utilization, expenditures, health insurance coverage, and sources of payment for the civilian noninstitutionalized population. The 1996 MEPS sample consists of approximately...
Repeated findings that men underreport their fertility in social surveys raises concerns about the usefulness of survey data collected from men. We calculate the birth rate reported by unmarried males ages 1519 in the National Survey of Adolescent Males. We also calculate the rate of fatherhood...
This paper applies household survey data to discern a pattern of, and subsequently propose preventative solutions to, suburban property crime. Specifically, 22,192 households in Greenwich, Connecticut were urged to respond to a questionnaire. The survey included questions that measure the...
The delta method is used to estimate asymptotic variances for components of Oaxaca/Blinder style wage decompositions obtained from the semi-log regression models. Application of the method is illustrated with estimates of racial discrimination from the March 1988 CPS. Although developed in the...
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