Carolyn Lynch

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  • Wallace E Oates, Henry Aaron, Theodore Bergstrom, Jan Brueckner, Bruce Hamilton, Douglas Holtz-Eakin +5 others
  • 1986
This paper contends that a measurement problem (the "zoo effect") has led to upwardly biased estimates of the degree to which local public goods are subject to congestion. The suggestion is that the observed positive correlation between public expenditure and population size reflects in large measure the wider range of services provided in more populous(More)
  • Katherine K Wallman, Chief Statistician, Raphael W Bostic, Nancy Gordon, U S Census Bureau, Jennifer Madans +71 others
  • 2010
The Federal Interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics (Forum) was founded in 1986 to foster collaboration among federal agencies that produce or use statistical data on the older population. Forum agencies as of July 2010 are listed below. Foreword ii Foreword Americans age 65 and over are an important and growing segment of our population. many federal(More)
  • David L Hardiman, Carolyn Lynch, Marge Martin, Barry L Steffen, David A Vandenbroucke, Yung Gann +2 others
  • 2010
to find this report and others sponsored by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R). Other services of HUD USER, PD&R's research information service, include listservs, special interest reports, bimonthly publications (best practices, significant studies from other sources), access to public use databases, and a hotline (800-245-2691) for(More)
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