Subject to revision

  title={Subject to revision},
  author={Abbigail J. Chiodo and Michael T. Owyang},
  journal={National Economic Trends},
T he overall state of the economy is often judged by economic statistics such as inflation, unemployment, and, of course, gross domestic product (GDP). Many of these economic statistics undergo substantial revisions. This is especially true for GDP, which is revised twice in the first three months after its initial release. In the month after each quarter, the Bureau of Economic Analysis releases an advance estimate of GDP. In the two subsequent months, the BEA updates this estimate with… Expand
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User Financing in a National Payments for Environmental Services Program: Costa Rican Hydropower
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Selective Historical Precedents in Appropriation as Cover Version
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  • M. Stanbrook
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association Journal
  • 2013
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The new federal health strategy: give the money and run
  • M. Stanbrook
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association Journal
  • 2012
Canada’s government marked the end of 2011 by shattering the hopes of health professionals and their patients with its decision to proceed with its own plan for future funding of the federal health service. Expand
Move If U Wanna: Obama and the weight loss nudge
  • N. Seeman
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association Journal
  • 2011
The White House campaign to defeat childhood obesity reminds me of a popular rap song: “Move If U Wanna,” by the band Mims, which I jog to the song daily. Expand
Verifying stateful programs with substructural state and hoare types
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Do Provisional Estimates of Output Miss Economic Turning Points?
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“ Reliability and Accuracy of the Quarterly Estimates of GDP