Using Multiple Imputation to Integrate and Disseminate Confidential Microdata

@inproceedings{Reiter2009UsingMI,
  title={Using Multiple Imputation to Integrate and Disseminate Confidential Microdata},
  author={Jerome P. Reiter},
  year={2009}
}
In data integration contexts, two statistical agencies seek to merge their separate databases in one file. The agencies also may seek to disseminate data to the public based on the integrated file. These goals may be complicated by the agencies’ need to protect the confidentiality of database subjects, which could be at risk during the integration or dissemination stage. This article proposes several approaches based on multiple imputation for disclosure limitation, usually called synthetic… CONTINUE READING

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