Final Report to the Social Security Administration on the SIPP / SSA / IRS Public Use File Project

@inproceedings{Abowd2006FinalRT,
  title={Final Report to the Social Security Administration on the SIPP / SSA / IRS Public Use File Project},
  author={John M. Abowd and Martha H. Stinson and Gary Benedetto and Josep Domingo-Ferrer},
  year={2006}
}
operating with the support of the Census Bureau through a subcontract to the main Research and Development contract between the Census Bureau and Abt Associates, Inc. (Census Bureau contract number 50YABC-2-66036, task order number TO002) to Cornell University (OSP reference number 47632), provided substantial consulting on the creation of the SIPP/SSA/IRS-PUF. The National Science Foundation through Grants ITR-0427889 and SES-0339919 to Cornell University with subcontracts to the Census Bureau… CONTINUE READING

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