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Below is a list of citations havingSurvey Methodology (350) as a keyword.

Abraham, Katharine G. Microdata Access and Labor Market Research: The U.S. Experience. Allgemeines Statistsches. 2005. 89, (2): 121-139.
Keywords: Aging; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Acs, Gregory and Loprest, Pamela. Leaving Welfare: Employment and Well-Being of Families That Left Welfare in the Post-Entitlement Era Michigan: W. E. Upjohn Institute; 2004.
Keywords: Aging; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Adler, Nancy, Bachrach, Christine, and Prather, Aric A. Physical Health and Health Behavior. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 357-374.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Aiello, Allison E. and Kaplan, George A. Socioeconomic Position and Inflammatory and Immune Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease: Applications to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 178-205. PMCID: PMC3319671
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Alan, Sule, Attanasio, Orazio, and Browning, Martin. Estimating Euler Equations With Noisy Data: Two Exact GMM Estimators. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 2009. 24, (2): 309-324.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Food & Nutrition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Housing; Labor Market & Outcomes; Poverty; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Alan, Sule and Browning, Martin. Estimating Intertemporal Allocation Parameters Using Synthetic Residual Estimation. The Review of Economic Studies. 2010. 77, (4): 1231-1261.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Allison, Paul D. Survival Analysis of Backward Recurrence Times. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 1985. 315-322.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Almeida, David M., McGonagle, Katherine A., and King, Heather. Assessing Daily Stress Processes in Social Surveys by Combining Stressor Exposure and Salivary Cortisol. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 219-237. PMCID: PMC2878770
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Altonji, Joseph G. and Siow, Aloysius. Testing the Response of Consumption to Income Changes with (Noisy) Panel Data. The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 1987. 102, (2): 293-328.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; Income; Survey Methodology


Anderson, Lisa R. and Mellor, Jennifer M. Are Risk Preferences Stable? Comparing an Experimental Measure with a Validated Survey-Based Measure. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2009. 39, 137-160.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Anonymous. Private Wealth and Income Security; International Comparison. In: Council, National Research, editors. Preparing for an Aging World: (U.S.) Panel on a Research Agenda and New Data for an Aging World. National Academies Press; 2001. p.107-134.
Keywords: Aging; Income; International Studies; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Anonymous. Panel Study of Income Dynamics. In: Darity, Jr. William A., editors. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Thomson Gale; 2008.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Anonymous, O. E. O. Study. Some Illustrative Sampling Errors for the Four-Wave Data Set from the O.E.O. Panel Study of Family Income Dynamics: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan; 1972. A Working Paper from O.E.O. Study of Family Income Dynamics for Office of Economic Opportunity.
Keywords: Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Arterburn, Al. Correlates of a Risk Avoidance Index. In: Duncan, Greg J. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1975. p.351-382.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Ashworth, Karl, Hill, Martha S., and Walker, Robert. A New Approach to Poverty Dynamics. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.210-229.
Keywords: Aging; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Augustyniak, Sue. Some Econometric Advantages of Panel Data. In: Hill, Martha S., Hill, Daniel H. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1981. p.405-420.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baerwaldt, Nancy A. and Loup, Tecla. An Analysis of Coding Drift: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan; 1973. A Working Paper from O.E.O. Study of Family Income Dynamics for Office of Economic Opportunity.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Panel Data Methods. In: Ullah, Aman and Giles, David E. A., editors. Handbook of Applied Economic Statistics. CRC Press; 1998. p.291-324.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Econometric Analysis of Panel Data Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.; 2005.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Basic Statistical Concepts. Econometrics. Berlin Heidelberg; Springer-Verlag; 2008. p.13-42.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Multiple Regression Analysis. Econometrics. Berlin Heidelberg; Springer-Verlag; 2008. p.73-92.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Pooling Time-Series of Cross-Section Data. Econometrics. Berlin Heidelberg; Springer-Verlag; 2008. p.295-322.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Multiple Regression Analysis. Econometrics. Heidelberg - Dordrecht - London - New York; Springer; 2011. p.73-93.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Baltagi, Badi Hani. Pooling Time-Series of Cross-Section Data. Econometrics. Heidelberg - Dordrecht - London - New York; Springer; 2011. p.305-332.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Baltagi, Badi Hani, Hidalgo, Javier, and Li, Qi. A Nonparametric Test for Poolability Using Panel Data. Journal of Econometrics. 1996. 75, (2): 345-367.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Bartolucci, Francesco and Farcomeni, Alessio. A Multivariate Extension of the Dynamic Logit Model for Longitudinal Data Based on a Latent Markov Heterogeneity Structure. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 2009. 104, (486): 816-831.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Becketti, Sean, Gould, William, Lillard, Lee, and Welch, Finis. The PSID after Fourteen Years: an Evaluation. Journal of Labor Economics. 1988. 6, (4): 472-492.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Behl, Ajay Singh. Children and Labor Supply. Applied Economics Letters. 2010. 17, (3): 257-262.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Agrawal, Sangeeta, and Bilgren, Ipek. Health Status and Disability Comparisons Between CATI Calendar and Conventional Questionnaire Instruments. Quality & Quantity. 2012. 46, (3): 813-828.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Bilgen, Ipek, and Al Baghal, Tarek. Memory, Communication, and Data Quality in Calendar Interviews. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2013. 77, (S1): 194-219.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Lee, Eun Ha, Stafford, Frank P., and Chou, Chia-Hung. Calendar and Question-List Survey Methods: Association between Interview Behaviors and Data Quality. Journal of Official Statistics. 2004. 20, (2): 185-218.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Miller, L. Dee, Al Baghal, Tarek, and Soh, Leen-Kiat. Using Data Mining to Predict the Occurrence of Respondent Retrieval Strategies in Calendar Interviewing: The Quality of Retrospective Reports. Journal of Official Statistics. 2016. 32, (3): 579–600.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Shay, William L., and Stafford, Frank P. Event History Calendar and Question List Survey Interviewing Methods: A Direct Comparison. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2001. 65, (_): 45-74.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Smith, Lynette M., Andreski, Patricia M., and Agrawal, Sangeeta. Methodological Comparisons Between CATI Event History Calendar and Standardized Conventional Questionnaire Instruments. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2007. 71, (4): 603-622.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. The Emergence of Calendar Interviewing: A Theoretical and Empirical Rationale. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.31-53.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Future Directions in Calendar and Time Diary Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.307-316.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Introduction: The Application of Calendar and Time Diary Methods in the Collection of Life Course Data. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.1-12.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Timeline Data Collection and Analysis: Time Diary and Event History Calendar Methods. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. 2009; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.13-30.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Belli, Robert F., Stafford, Frank P., and Alwin, Duane F. Using Time Diaries to Study Instruction in Schools. In: Knight, Vicki, Connelly, Sean and Freeman, Carla, editors. Calendar and Time Diary: Methods in Life Course Research. Los Angeles-London-New Delphi-Singapore-Washington, DC; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2009. p.175-190.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Berlin, Lisa J., O'Neal, Collen R., and Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. Early Childhood Intervention Research. In: Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Fuligni, Allison Sidle and Berlin, Lisa J., editors. Early Child Development in the 21st Century. New York and London; Teachers College Press; 2003. p.63-64.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Bertola, Giuseppe and Hochguertel, Stefan. Household Debt and Credit: Economic Issues and Data Problems. Economic Notes. 2007. 36, (2): 115-146.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Health, Disability & Mortality; Housing; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Bilgen, Ipek. Is Less More & More Less...? The Effect of Two Types of Interviewer Experience on "don't know" responses in Calendar and Standardized Interviews: The University of Nebraska; 2011.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Bilgen, Ipek and Belli, Robert F. Comparison of Verbal Behaviors between Calendar and Standardized Conventional Questionnaires. Journal of Official Statistics. 2010. 26, (3): 481-505.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Bilsborrow, R. and Akin, John S. Data Availability versus Data Needs for Analyzing the Determinants and Consequences of Internal Migration: an Evaluation of U.S. Survey Data. Review of Public Data Use. 1982. 10, 261-283.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Black, Dan A., Taylor, Lowell J., and Zaber, Melanie. Empirical Evidence in the Study of Labor Markets: Opportunities and Challenges for a New Household Survey. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 97-122.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Blau, Francine D. and Kahn, Lawrence M. The Feasibility and importance of adding measures of actual experience to cross-sectional data collection. Journal of Labor Economics. 2013. 31, (2 PART2): S17-S58.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Boisvert, Danielle and Wright, John Paul. Nonshared Environmental Influences On Sibling Differences in Externalizing Problem Behavior. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 2008. 35, (7): 863-878.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Bonhomme, Stephane and Robin, Jean-Marc. Generalized Non-Parametric Deconvolution with an Application to Earnings Dynamics. The Review of Economic Studies. 2010. 77, (2): 491-533.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Bonnen, James T. The Politics of Data: Rural Data Needs in Rapidly Changing Times. In: Christenson, James A., Maurer, Richard C. and Strang, Nancy L., editors. Rural Data, People, and Policy: Information Systems for the 21st Century. Boulder//San Francisco//Oxford; Westview Press; 1994. p.29-46.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Bound, John, Brown, Charles, Duncan, Greg J., and Rodgers, Willard. Measurement Error in Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Labor Market Surveys: Validation Study Evidence. In: Ridder, G. and Theeuwes, J., editors. Panel Data and Labor Studies. B. V. (North Holland); Elsevier Science Publishers; 1990. p.1-19.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Bound, John, Brown, Charles, Duncan, Greg J., and Rodgers, Willard. Evidence on the Validity of Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Labor Market Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 1994. 12, (3): 345-368.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Boylan, Myles. What Have We Learned from 15 Years of Supporting the Development of Innovative Teaching Technology? Social Science Computer Review. 2004. 22, (4): 205-425.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Survey Methodology


Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Berlin, Lisa J., Leventhal, Tama, and Fuligni, Allison Sidle. Depending on the Kindness of Strangers: Current National Data Initiatives and Developmental Research. Child Development. 2000. 71, (1): 257-268.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Brown, Charles, Duncan, Greg J., and Stafford, Frank P. Data Watch: The Panel Study of Income Dynamics. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 1996. 10, (2): 155-168.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Browning, Martin, Crossley, Thomas F., and Weber, G. Asking Consumption Questions in General Purpose Surveys. The Economic Journal. 2003. 113, (127): F540-F567.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; Survey Methodology


Brownstone, David and Valletta, Robert. Modeling Earnings Measurement Error: A Multiple Imputations Approach. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 1996. 78, (4): 705-717.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Brüderl, Josef, Castiglioni, Laura, Ludwig, Volker, Pforr, Klaus, and Schmeideberg, Claudia. Collecting Event History Data with a Panel Survey: Combining An Electronic Event History Calendar and Dependent Interviewing. Methods, data, analyses. 2017. 11, (1): 45-66.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Buck, Nicholas. Modeling Event History Data. In: Westlake, A. and et al., editors. Survey and Statistical Computing. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.; 1992. p.199-208.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Bucks, Brian and Pence, Karen. Wealth, Pensions, Debt, and Savings: Considerations for a Panel Survey. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 151-175.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Burbridge, Lynn. Cross-Sectional, Longitudinal, and Time Series Data: Uses and Limitations. In: Miller, Gerald and Whicker, Marcia Lynn, editors. Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration. CRC Press; 1998. p.283-300.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Burkhauser, Richard V. and Cawley, John. Adding Biomeasures Relating to Fatness and Obesity to the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 118-139.
Keywords: Aging; Food & Nutrition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Burkhauser, Richard V., Cutts, Amy Crews, and Lillard, Dean R. How Older People in the United States and Germany Fared in the Growth Years of the 1980s: A Cross-Sectional Versus a Longitudinal View. Journal of Gerontology. 1999. 54B, (5): S279-S290.
Keywords: Aging; International Studies; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions; Wellbeing


Burkhauser, Richard V. and Lillard, Dean R. Data Surveys: The Expanded Cross-National Equivalent File: HILDA Joins Its International Peers. The Australian Economic Review. 2007. 40, (2): 208-215.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Survey Methodology


Burkhauser, Richard V. and Poupore, John. A Cross-National Comparison of Permanent Inequality in the United States and Germany. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 1997. 79, (February): 10-17.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Byrd, W. Carson and Best, Latrica E. Between (Racial) Groups and a Hard Place: An Exploration of Social Science Approaches to Race and Genetics, 2000–2014. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2016. 62, (3): 281-299.
Keywords: Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Cabral, Celso Romulo Barbosa, Lachos, Victor Hugo, and Madruga, Maria Regina. Bayesian Analysis of Skew-Normal Independent Linear Mixed Models with Heterogeneity in the Random-Effects Population. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 2011. 142, (1): 181-200.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Callegaro, Mario. Seam Effects Changes Due to Modifications in Question Wording and Data Collection Strategies: A Comparison of Conventional Questionnaire and Event History Calendar Seam Effects in the PSID: University of Nebraska - Lincoln; 2007.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Cameron, Adrian Colin and Trivedi, Pravin P. Microeconometrics Using STATA Stata Press; 2008.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Caplin, Andrew, Luo, Mi, and McGarry, Kathleen. Measuring and Modeling Intergenerational Links in Relation to Long-Term Care. Economic Inquiry. Forthcoming.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Cellini, Stephanie Riegg, McKernan, Signe-Mary, and Ratcliffe, Carolyn. Policy Perspectives: The Dynamics of Poverty in the United States: A Review of Data, Methods, and Findings. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 2008. 27, (3): 577-605.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Life Course; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Chang, Yongsung, Gomes, Joao F., and Schorheide, Frank. Learning-By-doing as a Propagation Mechanism. American Economic Review. 2002. 92, (5): 1498-1503.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Chapela, Jorge Gonzalez. On the Price of Recreation Goods as a Determinant of Male Labor Supply. Journal of Labor Economics. 2007. 25, (4): 795-824.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Food & Nutrition; Gender Differences; Government Transfers; Housing; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Retirement; Survey Methodology; Taxes; Time Use & Home Production; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Chen, Edith and Yeung, Wei-Jun Jean. Measuring Respiratory Health in Longitudinal Social Science Surveys. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 206-218.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Chevan, Albert and Sutton, Gordon F. Race and Sex Differentials in the Life Course. In: Elder, Glen H., editors. Life Course Dynamics: 1968-1980. Ithaca, NY; Cornell University Press; 1985.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Chojnicki, Xavier and Docquier, Frederic. Fiscal Policy and Educational Attainment in the United States: A Generational Accounting Perspective. Economica. 2007. 74, (294): 329-350.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Government Transfers; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Survey Methodology; Taxes


Chowdhury, Gopa. A Note on Correcting Biases in Dynamic Panel Models. Applied Economics. 1987. 19, (1): 31-37.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Citro, Constance Forbes and Hanushek, Eric Alan. Assessing Policies of Retirement--Income Needs for Data, Research and Models. Washington, DC; National Academies Press; 1997. p.62-94.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Clark, William A. V. Comparing Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analysis of Residential Mobility and Migration. Environment and Planning. 1992. 24, (9): 1291-1302.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Clementi, Fabio, Gallegati, Mauro, and Kaniadakis, Giorgio. A New Model of Income Distribution: the k-generalized Distribution. Journal of Economics. 2011. 105, (1): 63-91.
Keywords: Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Conley, Dalton. The Promise and Challenges of Incorporating Genetic Data into Longitudinal Social Science Surveys and Research. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 238-251.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Conley, Dalton. Genotyping a New, National Household Panel Study. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2014. 40, (1-4): 375-395.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Conley, Dalton, Pfeiffer, Kathryn M., and Velez, Melissa. Explaining Sibling Differences in Achievement and Behavioral Outcomes: The Importance of Within- and Between-Family Factors. Social Science Research. 2007. 36, (3): 1087-1104.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Conway, K. Smith and Kniesner, Thomas J. The Important Econometric Features of a Linear Regression Model with Cross-Correlated Random Coefficients. Economics Letters. 1991. 35, (2): 143-147.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Cooley, Thomas F. Calibrated Models. Oxford Review of Economic Policy. 1997. 13, (3): 55-69.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Corcoran, Mary. Measurement Error in Status Attainment Models. In: Duncan, Greg J. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1979. p.269-292.
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Corcoran, Mary. Sex Differences in Measurement Error in Status Attainment. In: Duncan, Greg J. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1980. p.241-276.
Keywords: Aging; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Corcoran, Mary. Sex Differences in Measurement Error in Status Attainment Models. Sociological Methods & Research. 1980. 9, 199-217.
Keywords: Aging; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Couper, Mick P. and Ofstedal, Mary Beth. Keeping in Contact with Mobile Sample Members. In: Lynn, Peter, editors. Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.; 2009. p.183-203.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Crowder, Kyle D. and South, Scott J. Spatial Dynamics of White Flight: The Effects of Local and Extralocal Racial Conditions on Neighborhood Out-Migration. American Sociological Review. 2008. 73, (5): 792-812. PMCID: PMC2835167
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Housing; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Curtin, Richard T., Juster, F. Thomas, and Morgan, James N. Survey Estimates of Wealth: An Assessment of Quality: An Asset of Quality. In: Lipsey, Robert and Stone, Helen, editors. Measurement of Savings, Investment, and Wealth. New York; National Bureau of Economic Research; 1989. p.473-552.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Daunhauer, L. and Bundy-Fazioli, K. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Opportunities for the Study of Occupation. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health. 2008. 28, (3): 141-142.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Davies, Richard B. and Pickles, Andrew R. Accounting For Omitted Variables in a Discrete Time Panel Data Model of Residential Mobility. Quality & Quantity. 1986. 20, (2-3): 219-233.
Keywords: Housing; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


de Leon, Carlos F. Mendes and Freedman, Vicki A. Measuring Disability, Physical Functions and Cognitive Abilities of Adults: Survey Enhancements and Options for a New Panel Study. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 397-425.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Dehejia, Rajeev H. Practical Propensity Score Matching: A Reply to Smith and Todd. Journal of Econometrics. 2005. 125, (1-2): 255-264.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


DeKay, Michael L., Greeno, Catherine G., and Houck, Patricia R. Searching for a Two-Factor Model of Marriage Duration: Commentary on Gottman and Levenson. Family Process. 2002. 41, (1): 97-103.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Dempster-McClain, Donna and Moen, Phyllis. Finding Respondents in a Follow Up Study. In: Giele, Janet Zollinger and Elder, Glen H., editors. Methods of Life Course Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Sage Publications; 1998. p.128-151.
Keywords: Aging; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


DEPS, National Research Council: CPSMA and. Data -- The Basis For New Knowledge. In: Opportunities, Steering Committee on Research, editors. Fostering Research On the Economic and Social Impacts of Information Technology: Report of a Workshop. National Academies Press; 1998. p.78-100.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Dierx, Adriaan H. Estimation of a Human Capital Model of Migration. The Annals of Regional Science. 1988. 22, (3): 99-110.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Do, D. Phuong and Finch, Brian Karl. The Link Between Neighborhood Poverty and Health: Context or Composition? American Journal of Epidemiology. 2008. 168, (6): 611-619. PMCID: PMC2584357
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Dong, Yingying. Endogenous Regressor Binary Choice Models Without Instruments, With an Application to Migration. Economic Letters. 2010. 107, (1): 33-35.
Keywords: Income; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Donni, Olivier. Les Modeles Non Cooperatifs d'Offre De Travail: Theorie Et Evidence. L'Actualite Economique, Revue d'Analyse Economique. 2006. 82, (1/2): 181-206.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


DuMouchel, William H. and Duncan, Greg J. Using Sample Survey Weights in Multiple Regression Analyses of Stratified Samples. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 1983. 78, (383): 535-543.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. Using Panel Studies to Understand Household Behaviour and Well-Being. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.54-75.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Duncan, Greg j. When to Promote, and When to Avoid, a Population Perspective. Demography. 2008. 45, (4): 763-784.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Aber, J. Lawrence. Neighborhood Models and Measures. In: Duncan, Greg J. and Aber, Lawrence J., editors. Neighborhood Poverty: Context and Consequences for Children. New York; Russell Sage; 1997. p.62-78.
Keywords: Housing; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Hill, Daniel H. An Investigation of the Extent and Consequences of Measurement Error in Labor Economic Survey Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 1985. 3, (4): 508-522.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Hill, Daniel H. Assessing the Quality of Household Panel Survey Data: The Case of the PSID. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 1989. 7, (4): 441-451.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Hill, Martha S. Conceptions of Longitudinal Households: Fertile or Futile? Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 1985. 13, (3): 361-375.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Hoffman, Saul. Dynamics of Wage Change. In: Hill, Martha S., Hill, Daniel H. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1981. p.45-92.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J., Juster, F. Thomas, and Morgan, James N. The Role of Panel Studies in a World of Scarce Resources. In: Sudman, Seymour and Spaeth, Mary A., editors. The Collection and Analysis of Economic and Consumer Behavior Data. Champaign, IL; Bureau of Economic and Business Research; 1984.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J., Juster, F. Thomas, and Morgan, James N. The Role of Panel Studies in a World of Scarce Research Resources. In: Pearson, Robert W. and Boruch, Robert F., editors. Survey Research Designs: Towards a Better Understanding of Their Costs and Benefits. New York, NY; Springer; 1986. p.94-129.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J., Juster, F. Thomas, and Morgan, James N. The Role of Panel Studies in Research on Economic Behavior. Transportation Research. 1987. 21A, (4/5): 249-263.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J. and Kalton, Graham. Issues of Design and Analysis of Surveys Across Time. International Statistical Review. 1987. 55, 97-l17.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Duncan, Greg J., Phelps, Erin, Furstenberg Jr., Frank F., and Colby, Anne. The PSID and Me. In: Duncan, Greg J., editors. Landmark Studies of the 20th Century in the US. New York; Russell Sage; 2002. p.133-166.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Entwisle, Barbara. Putting People Into Place. Demography. 2007. 44, (4): 687-704.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Eren, Ozkan. Measuring the Union-Nonunion Wage Gap Using Propensity Score Matching. Industrial Relations. 2007. 46, (4): 766-780.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Ermisch, John. Using Panel Data to Analyse Household and Family Dynamics. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.230-249.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Falaris, Evangelos and Peters, Elizabeth. Survey Attrition and Schooling Choices. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 531-554.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Fernandez-Val, Ivan. Three Essays on Nonlinear Panel Data Models and Quantile Regression Analysis: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2005.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Firpo, Sergio Pinheiro. Efficient Semiparametric Estimation of Quantile Treatment Effects. Econometrica. 2007. 75, (1): 259-276.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Fisher, Gwenith G. and Willis, RobertJ. Research Methods in Retirement Research. The Oxford Handbook of Retirement. 2012. 177.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Fitzgerald, John, Gottschalk, Peter, and Moffitt, Robert. An Analysis of Sample Attrition in Panel Data. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 251-299.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Fitzgerald, John, Gottschalk, Peter, and Moffitt, Robert. An Analysis of the Impact of Sample Attrition on the Second Generation of Respondents in the Michigan Panel Study of Income Dynamics. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 300-344.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Fitzgerald, John M. Attrition in Models of Intergenerational Links Using the PSID with Extensions to Health and to Sibling Models. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 2011. 3, (2): PMCID: PMC3285469
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Fomby, Paula, Sastry, Narayan, and McGonagle, Katherine A. Effectiveness of a Time-limited Incentive on Participation by Hard-to-reach Respondents in a Panel Study. Field Methods. 2017. 29, (3): 238-251. PMCID: PMC5542576
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Survey Methodology


Formby, John P., Smith, W. James, and Zheng, Buhong. Mobility Measurement, Transition Matrices and Statistical Inference. Journal of Econometrics. 2004. 120, (1): 181-205.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Freedman, Vicki A., Broome, Jessica, Conrad, Frederick G., and Cornman, Jennifer C. Interviewer and Respondent Interactions and Quality Assessments in a Time Diary Study. Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research. 2013. 10, (1): 55-75. PMCID: PMC3981108
Keywords: Aging; Disability & Use of Time; Survey Methodology


Freedman, Vicki A., Conrad, Frederick G., Cornman, Jennifer C., Schwarz, Norbert, and Stafford, Frank P. Does Time Fly When You are Having Fun? A Day Reconstruction Method Analysis. Journal of Happiness Studies. 2014. 15, (3): 639-655. PMCID: PMC4122315
Keywords: Aging; Disability & Use of Time; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Freedman, Vicki A., McGonagle, Katherine A., and Couper, Mick P. Use of a Targeted Sequential Mixed Mode Protocol in a Nationally Representative Panel Study. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology. Forthcoming.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Freedman, Vicki A., Stafford, Frank, Conrad, Frederick, and Schwarz, Norbert. Assessing Time-Diary Quality for Older Couples: An Analysis of the PSID Disability and Use-of-Time Supplement. Annals of Economics and Statistics. 2012. 105/106, 271-289. PMCID: PMC3613756
Keywords: Aging; Disability & Use of Time; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Freedman, V. A., Stafford, F., Schwarz, N., and Conrad, F. Measuring Time Use of Older Couples: Lessons from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Field Methods. 2013. 25, (4): 405-422. PMCID: PMC3848247
Keywords: Aging; Disability & Use of Time; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Frees, Edward W. and Kim, Jee-Seon. Panel Studies. In: Rudas, Tamas, editors. Handbook of Probability: Theory and Applications. 2008; Sage Publications; 2008. p.205-224.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Fulton, Jenna A. Respondent consent to use administrative data: University of Maryland, College Park; 2012.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Gardes, Francois, Duncan, Greg J., Gaubert, Patrice, Gurgand, Marc, and Starzec, Christophe. Panel and Pseudo-Panel Estimation of Cross-Sectional and Time Series Elasticities of Food Consumption: The Case of the U.S. and Polish Data. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 2005. 23, (2): 242-254.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; International Studies; Survey Methodology


Geronimus, Arline T., Bound, John, and Neidert, Lisa J. On the Validity of Using Census Geocode Characteristics to Proxy Individual Socioeconomic Characteristics. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 1996. 91, (_): 529-537.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Geweke, John and Keane, Michael. Smoothly Mixing Regressions. Journal of Econometrics. 2007. 138, (1): 252-290.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Giannarelli, Linda. Microdata Fils Used as Input to TRIM2. An Analyst's Guide to TRIM2: The Transfer Income Model, Version 2. The Urban Institute Press; 1992. p.13-20.
Keywords: Income; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Gibson, John and Bonggeun, Kim. Non-Classical Measurement Error in Long-Term Retrospective Recall Surveys. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 2010. 72, (5): 687-695.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Glasner, Tina, van der Vaart, Wander, and Belli, Robert F. Calendar Interviewing and the Use of Landmark Events – Implications for Cross-cultural Surveys. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique. 2012. 115, (1): 45-52.
Keywords: International Studies; Survey Methodology


Goldfarb, Robert S. and Leonard, Thomas C. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. In: Samuels, Warren J., Biddle, Jeff E. and Emmett, Ross B., editors. Inequality of What Among Whom?: Rival Conceptions of Distribution in the 20th Century. Elsevier Ltd.; 2005. p.75-118.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Goldman, Noreen and Dowd, Jennifer B. Considering the Inclusion of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Markers in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 140-158. PMCID: PMC3727891
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Gottschalk, Peter. Downward Nominal-Wage Flexibility: Real or Measurement Error? The Review of Economics and Statistics. 2005. 87, (3): 556-568.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Gravlee, Clarence C., Kennedy, David P., Godoy, Ricardo, and Leonard, William R. Methods for Collecting Panel Data: What Can Cultural Anthropology Learn from Other Disciplines? Journal of Anthropological Research. 2009. 453-483.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Greely, Henry T. Collecting Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Ethical and Legal Concerns. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 270-278.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Greenstein, Theodore N. Methods of Family Research. Using Other People's Data: What are Some Sources of Data About Families? Thousand Oaks - London - New Delphi; Sage Publications, Inc.; 2006. p.141-153.
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Gunasekara, Fiona Imlach, Carter, Kristie, and Blakely, Tony. Change in Income and Change in Self-Rated Health: Systematic Review of Studies Using Repeated Measures to Control for Confounding Bias. Social Science and Medicine. 2011. 72, (2): 193-201.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Guo, Guang. Event-History Analysis for Left-Truncated Data. Sociological Methodology. 1993. 23, 217-43.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Guvenen, Fatih. An Empirical Investigation of Labor Income Processes. Review of Economic Dynamics. 2008. 12, (1): 58-79.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Haisken-DeNew, John P. A Hitchhiker's Guide to the World's Household Panel Data Sets. The Australian Economic Review. 2001. 34, (3): 356-366.
Keywords: International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Halliday, Timothy J. Mismeasured Household Size and its Implications for the Identification of Economies of Scale. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 2010. 72, (2): 246-262.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Hamermesh, Daniel. Fun With Matched Firm-Employee data: Progress and Road Maps. Labour Economics. 2008. 15, (4): 662-672.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Hanushek, Eric Alan and Maritato, Nancy L. Assessing Knowledge of Retirement Behavior. Washington, DC; National Academies Press; 1996. p.225-243.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Government Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Taxes; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Hanushek, Eric Alan and Welch, Finis. Introduction: Post Schooling Wage Growth: Investment, Search and Learning. In: Hanushek, Eric Alan and Welch, Finis, editors. Handbook of the Economics of Education. Elsevier Publications; 2006. p.3-4.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Hanushek, Eric Alan and Welch, Finis. Wages and Employment over the Life Cycle - A First Glance. In: Hanushek, Eric Alan and Welch, Finis, editors. Handbook of the Economics of Education. 2006; Elsevier Publications; 2006. p.5-67.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Hasegawa, Hikaru and Ueda, Kazuhiro. Measuring Chronic and Transient Components of Poverty: A Bayesian Approach. Empirical Economics. 2007. 33, (3): 469-491.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Government Transfers; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Haveman, Robert and Wolfe, Barbara. The Determinants of Children's Attainments: A Review of Methods and Findings. Journal of Economic Literature. 1995. 33, (4): 1829-1878.
Keywords: Children; Survey Methodology


Heck, Ramona K. Z., Loy, Frank, Poutziouris, Panikkos Z., and Steier, Lloyd P. Emerging Paths of Family Entrepreneurship Research. Journal of Small Business Management. 2008. 48, (3): 317-331.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Hernandez, Donald J. America's Children and Public Policy in the 1980s. Acta Paedologica. 1984. 1, (1): 69-82.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Hess, Irene. Division of the Family Economics Household Sample into Four Independent Subsamples: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan; 1973. A Working Paper from O.E.O. Study of Family Income Dynamics for Office of Economic Opportunity.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Poverty; Survey Methodology


Hill, Martha S. Some Illustrative Design Effects: Proper Sampling Errors Versus Simple Random Sample Assumptions. In: Hill, Martha S., Hill, Daniel H. and Morgan, James N., editors. Five Thousand American Families: Patterns of Economic Progress. Ann Arbor, MI; Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1981. p.457-466.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Hill, Martha S. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: A User's Guide to Major Social Science Data Bases, Vol. 2 Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.; 1992.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Hill, Martha S. Design Issues of Panel Studies. Journal of Survey Research. 1997. 3, (June): 183-204.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Hill, Martha S., Servais, Marita S., and Solenberger, Peter. Tangled Webs of Family Relationships: Untangling Them with Survey Data. In: Rose, David, editors. Presented at the International Conference on Social Science Methodology, 1992. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge; 2000. p.126-145.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Hill, Martha S., Walker, Robert, and Ashworth, Karl. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. In: Rose, David, editors. A New Approach to Poverty Dynamics. London and New York; Routledge; 2000. p.210-229.
Keywords: Income; Survey Methodology


Hobcraft, John. Reflections on the Incorporation of Biomeasures into Longitudinal Social Surveys: An International Perspective. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 252-269.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Hofferth, Sandra L. Secondary Data Analysis in Family Research. Journal of Marriage and Family. 2005. 67, (_): 891-907.
Keywords: Aging; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Hofferth, Sandra L., Cabrera, Natasha, Carlson, Marcia, Coley, Rebekah Levine, Day, Randal, and Schindler, Holly S. Resident Father Involvement and Social Fathering. In: Hofferth, Sandra L. and Casper, Lynne M., editors. Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research. Mahwah, NJ; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; 2007. p.335-374.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Hofferth, Sandra L., Yeung, Wei-Jun J., and Stafford, Frank P. Panel Study of Income Dynamics. ICPSR Bulletin. 1996. 16, (3): 1-5.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Hollister, Matissa. Is Optimal Matching Suboptimal? Sociological Methods & Research. 2009. 38, (3): 235-264.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


House, James S. Toward a New Nationally Representative Household Panel Survey (NRHPS). Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 449-457.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


House, James S., Juster, F. Thomas, and Kahn, Robert L. A Telescope on Society: Survey Research & Social Science at the University of Michigan & Beyond Michigan: The University of Michigan Press; 2004.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Humphreys, Keith. Latent Variable Models for Discrete Longitudinal Data with Measurement Errors: University of Southhampton; 1996.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Hunt, J. D., Abraham, J. E., and Weidner, T. J. Household Allocation Module of Oregon2 Model. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2004. 1898, 98-107.
Keywords: Housing; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Hunt, J. D., Abraham, J. E., and Weidner, T. J. Household Behaviour in the Oregon2 Model. In: Pagliara, Francesca, Preston, John and Simmonds, David, editors. Residential Location Choice: Models and Applications. Berlin; Springer; 2010. p.181-208.
Keywords: Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Hurst, Erik. Measuring Time Use in Household Surveys. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 177-196.
Keywords: Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Hussemann, Jeanette M., Mortimer, Jeylan T., and Zhang, Lei. Exploring the Correlates of Parental Consent for Children’s Participation in Surveys: An Intergenerational Longitudinal Study. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2016. 80, (3): 642-665.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Survey Methodology


Huwe, Terence K. and Kimball, Janice. Internet Resources: Selected by the Institute of Industrial Relations Library. Industrial Relations. 1999. 38, (2): 237.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Jaeger, David A. and Stevens, Ann Huff. Is Job Stability in the United States Falling? Reconciling Trends in the Current Population Survey and Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Journal of Labor Economics. 1999. 17, (4): 1-28.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Jakubson, George H. Unobserved Heterogeneity in Labor Economics: Applications of Panel Data Techniques: University of Wisconsin; 1983.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Jantti, Markus and Sierminska, Eva. Survey Estimates of Wealth Holdings in OECD Countries: Evidence on the Level and Distribution Across Selected Countries. Oxford University Press; 2006. p.27-41.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Housing; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Jasso, Guillermina. Factorial Survey Methods for Studying Beliefs and Judgments. Sociological Methods & Research. 2006. 34, (3): 334-423.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Jenkins, Stephen P. and Lambert, Peter J. Robert Moffitt and Peter Gottschalk's Paper 'Trends in the Covariance Structure of Earnings in the US: 1969-1987'. The Journal of Economic Inequality. 2011. 9, (3): 433-437.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Juster, F. Thomas, Smith, James P., and Stafford, Frank P. The Measurement and Structure of Household Wealth. Labour Economics. 1999. 6, (2): 253-275.
Keywords: Aging; Income; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Juster, Francis Thomas, Smith, James P., and Willis, Robert James. Wealth, Work, and Health Michigan: University of Michigan Press; 1999.
Keywords: Children; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Kalton, Graham and Brick, J. Michael. Weighting Schemes for Household Panel Surveys. Survey Methodology. 1995. 21, (1): 33-44.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Kalton, Graham and Brick, J. Michael. Weighting in Household Panel Surveys. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.96-112.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Kalton, Graham and Citro, Constance Forbes. Panel Surveys: Adding the Fourth Dimension. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.36-53.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Kapteyn, Arie and Ypma, Jeimer Y. Measurement Error and Misclassification: A Comparison of Survey and Administrative Data. Journal of Labor Economics. 2007. 25, (3): 513-551.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Katz, Jerome A. and Williams, Pamela M. Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Uses for the Small Business Researcher. Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth. Emerald Publishing Group Limited; 2000. p.423-443.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Kiecolt, K. Jill and Nathan, Laura E. Locating Appropriate Data. Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences#53: Analysis of Survey Data. California, United Kingdom, India; SAGE Publications, Inc.; 1985. p.14-50.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Kim, Bonggeun and Solon, Gary. Implications of Mean-Reverting Measurement Error for Longitudinal Studies of Wages and Employment. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 2005. 87, (1): 193-196.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Kimball, Miles S., Sahm, Claudia R., and Shapiro, Matthew D. Risk Preferences in the PSID: Individual Imputations and Family Covariation. American Economic Review. 2009. 99, (2): 363-368. PMCID: PMC2995549
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Kimberlin, S., Shaefer, H. L., and Kim, J. Measuring Poverty using the Supplemental Poverty Measure in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1998 to 2010. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2016. 41, (1): 17-47.
Keywords: Poverty; Survey Methodology


Kniesner, Thomas J., Viscusi, W. Kip, and Ziliak, James P. Policy Relevant Heterogeneity in the Value of Statistical Life: New Evidence from Panel Data Quantile Regressions. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2010. 40, (1): 15-31.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Laurie, Heather and Lynn, Peter. The Use of Respondent Incentives on Longitudinal Surveys. In: Lynn, Peter, editors. Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.; 2009. p.205-233.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Le Bourdais, Celine. One is Poor: Is One Born Poor or Does One Become Poor ? An Essay on the Importance of Longitudinal Data in the Analysis of Poverty. Cahiers Quebecois de Demographie. 1987. 16, (2): 269-88.
Keywords: Poverty; Survey Methodology


Leahey, Erin. Convergence and Confidentiality? Limits to the Implementation of Mixed Methodology. Social Science Research. 2007. 36, (1): 149-158.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Lee, Chul-In. On-the-Job Human Capital Investment and Intertemporal Substitution: New Evidence on Intertemporal Substitution Elasticity. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 2008. 32, (10): 3350-3375.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Lee, Myoung-jae. Nonlinear Models and Estimators. Micro-Econometrics: Methods of Moments and Limited Dependent Variables. New York; Springer Science+Business Media, LLC; 2010. p.133-176.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Lee, Sook-Jung, Bartolic, Silvia, and Vandewater, Elizabeth A. Predicting Children's Media Use in the USA: Differences in Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Analysis. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 2009. 27, (1): 123-43. PMCID: PMC2761041
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Lee, Wang-Sheng. Propensity Score Matching and Variations on the Balancing Test. Empirical Economics. 2011. 44, (1): 47-80.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Lemay, Michael. Understanding the Mechanism of Panel Attrition: University of Maryland - College Park; 2009.
Keywords: Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Lepkowski, James M., Sadosky, Sally Ann, and Weiss, Paul S. Mode, Behavior, and Data Recording Behavior. In: Couper, Mick P., P, Baker Reginald, Bethlehem, Jelke, Clark, Cynthia Z. F., Martin, Jean, Nicholls Ii, William L. and O'Reilly, James M., editors. Computer Assisted Survey Information Collection. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; 1998. p.367-388.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Levy, Helen. Assessing the Need for a New Household Panel Study: Health Insurance and Health Care. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 341. PMCID: PMC4894744
Keywords: Aging; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Li, Kin-Kit. Life Course Perspective: A Journey of Participation in Physical Activity: Oregon State University; 2008.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Liker, Jeffrey, Augustyniak, Sue, and Duncan, Greg J. Panel Data and Models of Change: A Comparison of First Difference and Conventional Two-Wave Models. Social Science Research. 1985. 14, (1): 80-101.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Lillard, Lee. Estimation of Permanent and Transitory Response Function in Panel Data: A Dynamic Labor Supply Model. In: Mazodier, P. and Maireese, J., editors. Annales de l'insee: the Econometrics of Panel Data 30-31. Paris, France; Ministere De L'Economie; 1978. p.367-394.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Lillard, Lee. Sample Dynamics: Some Behavioral Issues. Reprinted from Panel Surveys, Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Danel Kasprzyk et al. (eds.), pp. 497-511, 1989 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. RAND Corporation; 1990.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Lillard, Lee and Farmer, Melissa M. Linking Medicare and National Survey Data. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1997. 127, (8, Part 2): 691-695.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Lillard, Lee and Panis, Constantijn W. A. Panel Attrition from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Household Income, Marital Status, and Mortality. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 437-457.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Survey Methodology


Lillard, Lee and Waite, Linda J. Panel Versus Retrospective Data on Marital Histories: Lessons from the PSID. In: Beaton, H. V., Ganni, D. A. and Frankel, D. T., editors. Individuals and Families in Transition: Understanding Change Through Longitudinal Data. U.S. Bureau of the Census; 1990.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Lin, Chang-Ching. Three Essays in Econometrics: University of Michigan; 2006.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Longhi, Simonetta and Nandi, Alita. A Practical Guide to Using Panel Data Los Angeles: Sage; 2014.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Lorenz, Frederick O. and Conger, Rand D. Rural Family Studies: Multiple Wave, Multiple Indicator. In: Christenson, James A., Maurer, Richard C. and Strang, Nancy L., editors. Rural Data, People and Policy: Information Systems for the 21st Century. Westview Press; 1994. p.91-112.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Lundberg, Shelly. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Renew Or Replace? Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 459-462.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Lunney, June Rigby. Currently Available Datasets: Surveys Focused on the Elderly. In: Lunney, June Rigby, editors. Describing Death in America: What We Need to Know. The National Academies Press; 2003. p.28-52.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Maasoumi, Esfandiar and Heshmati, Almas. Evaluating Dominance Ranking of PSID Incomes by Various Household Attributes. In: Betti, Gianni and Lemmi, Achille, editors. Advances on Income Inequality and Concentration Measures (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy). Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group; 2008. p.47-69.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Government Transfers; Income; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


MaCurdy, Thomas. Chapter 62: A Practitioner's Approach to Estimating Intertemporal Relationships Using Longitudinal Data: Lessons from Applications in Wage Dynamics. Handbook of Econometrics. 2007. 6, (1): 4057-4167.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Magnani, Elisabetta. How Does Technological Innovation and Diffusion Affect Inter-Industry Workers' Mobility? Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. 2009. 20, (1): 16-37.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Manning, Wendy D. Family Formation Processes: Assessing the Need for a New Nationally Representative Household Panel Survey in the United States. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 197-219. PMCID: PMC4655322
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Marini, Margaret M. and Shelton, Beth Anne. Measuring Household Work: Recent Experience in the United States. Social Science Research. 1993. 22, (4): 361-382.
Keywords: Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Mathiowetz, Nancy A. Errors in Reports of Occupation. Public Opinion Quarterly. 1992. 56, 352-355.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Mathiowetz, Nancy A. and Duncan, Greg J. Out of Work, Out of Mind: Response Errors in Retrospective Reports of Unemployment. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 1988. 6, (2): 221-229.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


McDade, Thomas W. and Hayward, Mark D. Rationale and Methodological Options for Assessing Infectious Disease and Related Measures in Social Science Surveys. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 159-177.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A. Survey Breakoffs in a Computer Assisted Telephone Interview. Survey Research Methods. 2013. 7, (2): 79-90. PMCID: PMC3846181
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A., Couper, Mick P., and Schoeni, Robert F. An Experimental Test of a Strategy to Maintain Contact with Families Between Waves of a Panel Study. Survey Practice. 2009. (June): PMCID: PMC4399240
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


McGonagle, Katherine A., Couper, Mick P., and Schoeni, Robert F. Keeping Track of Panel Members: An Experimental Test of a Between-Wave Contact Strategy. Journal of Official Statistics. 2011. 27, (2): 319-338. PMCID: PMC3253355
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


McGonagle, Katherine A. and Freedman, Vicki A. The Effects of a Delayed Incentive on Response Rates, Response Mode, Data Quality, and Sample Bias in a Nationally Representative Mixed Mode Study. Field Methods. 2017. 29, (3): 221-237.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., and Brown, Charles. The Effects of Respondents’ Consent to be Recorded on Interview Length and Data Quality in a National Panel Study. Field Methods. 2015. 27, (4): 373-390. PMCID: PMC4634640
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., and Couper, Mick P. The Effects of a Between-Wave Incentive Experiment on Contact Update and Production Outcomes. Journal of Official Statistics. 2013. 29, (2): 261-276. PMCID: PMC3763831
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., Couper, Mick P., and Mushtaq, Mohammad. An Incentive Experiment Designed to Increase Response to a Between-Wave Contact Update Mailing in Two Panel Studies. Survey Practice. 2011. 4, (3): PMCID: PMC4238181
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


McGonagle, Katherine A., Schoeni, Robert F., Sastry, Narayan, and Freedman, Vicki A. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Overview, Recent Innovations, and Potential for Life Course Research. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. 2012. 3, (2): 268-284. PMCID: PMC3591471
Keywords: Aging; Child Development Supplement; Life Course; Survey Methodology; Transition to Adulthood Supplement


McLaughlin, Kenneth J. Are Nominal Wage Changes Skewed Away from Wage Cuts? Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review. 1999. 81, (3): 117-132.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Meyer, Bruce D., Mok, Wallace K. C., and Sullivan, James X. Household Surveys in Crisis. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 2015. 29, (4): 199-226.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Moffitt, Robert, Schoeni, Robert F., Brown, Charles, Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay, Couper, Mick P., Diez-Roux, Ana V., Hurst, Erik, and Seltzer, Judith A. Assessing the Need for a New Nationally Representative Household Panel Survey in the United States. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 1-26. PMCID: PMC4678926
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Moffitt, Robert and Ver Ploeg, Michele. Evaluating Welfare Reform in an Era of Transition Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 2001.
Keywords: Government Transfers; Poverty; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Moffitt, Robert A. In Defense of the NSF Economics Program. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 2016. 30, (3): 213-34.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Moffitt, Robert A. and Gottschalk, Peter. Trends in the Covariance Structure of Earnings in the U.S.: 1969-1987. The Journal of Economic Inequality. 2011. 9, (3): 439-459. PMCID: PMC4321866
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Mora, Juan and Moro-Egido, Ana I. On Specification Testing of Ordered Discrete Choice Models. Journal of Econometrics. 2008. 143, (1): 191-205.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Morgan, James N. and Duncan, Greg J. Experience with the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. In: Orcutt, Guy, Merz, J. and Quinke, H., editors. Microanalytic Simulation Models to Support Social and Financial Policy. North Holland; Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.; 1986. p.349-365.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Murakami, Akane and Horioka, Charles Yuji. Panel Report: U. S. Panel Surveys--Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Japanese Journal of Research on Household Economics. 2008. 79, 55-61.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Murphy, M. The Dynamic Household as a Logical Concept and Its Use in Demography. European Journal of Population/Revue Europeenne de Demographie. 1996. 12, (4): 363-381.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Naga, Ramses H. Abul. Biases of the Ordinary Least Squares and Instrumental Variables Estimators of the Intergenerational Earnings Elasticity: Revisited in the Light of Panel Data. The Journal of Economic Inequality. 2008. 6, (4): 323-350.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Nelson, Glenn L. Data for Rural Information Systems: Multi-Level Data Sets. In: Christenson, James A., Maurer, Richard C. and Strang, Nancy L., editors. Rural Data, People, and Policy: Information Systems for the 21st Century. Boulder// San Francisco// Oxford; Westview Press; 1994. p.49-65.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Nesbit, Rebecca Ann. A Comparison of Volunteering Data in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and the Current Population Survey. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 2010. 39, (4): 753-761.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Philanthropy; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Nesbit, Rebecca Ann. A Discussion of the Differences in Volunteering Rates in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, the Current Population Survey, and Independent Sector Volunteering Studies. Nonprofit Management & Leadership. 2011. 21, (4): 417-432.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Philanthropy; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Ng, Irene YueHoong, Shen, Xiaoyi, and Ho, Kong Weng. Intergenerational Earnings Mobility in Singapore and the United States. Journal of Asian Economics. 2009. 20, (2): 110-119.
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Olivetti, Claudia and Petrongolo, Barbara. Unequal Pay or Unequal Employment? A Cross-Country Analysis of Gender Gaps. Journal of Labor Economics. 2008. 26, (4): 621-654.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Olson, Kristen and Brick, J. Michael. Methodological Considerations for a New Household Panel Survey. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 427-447.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Parent, Daniel. The Effect of Pay-For-Performance Contracts on Wages. Empirical Economics. 2009. 36, (2): 269-295.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Peeters, Hans, Debels, Annelies, and Verpoorten, Rika. Excluding Institutionalized Elderly from Surveys: Consequences for Income and Poverty Statistics. Social Indicators Research. 2013. 110, (2): 751-769.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology


Persky, Joseph, Felsenstein, Daniel, and Carlson, Virginia. Does Trickle Down Work? Economic Development Strategies and Job Chains in Local Labor Markets Kalamazoo, MI: W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research; 2004.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Pischke, Jorn-Steffen. Measurement Error and Earnings Dynamics: Some Estimates From the PSID Validation Study. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 1995. 13, (3): 305-314.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Pistaferri, Luigi. Household Consumption: Research Questions, Measurement Issues, and Data Collection Strategies. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 123-149.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Survey Methodology


Pollak, Andreas. Estimating a Lifecycle Model with Unemployment and Human Capital. Optimal Unemployment Insurance. Mohr Siebeck; 2007. p.35-76.
Keywords: Income; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Pratt, John W., Rubin, Donald B., Clogg, Clifford C., Savage, I. Richard, Green, Bert F., Tukey, John W., Hannan, Michael, Wachter, Kenneth W., Hausman, Jerry A., Kurskal, William H., and Goodman, Leo. Data and Analysis: Statistical Analysis. In: Luce, Robert Duncan, Smelser, Neil J. and Gerstein, Dean R., editors. Leading Edges in Social and Behavioral Science. Russell Sage Foundation; 1989. p.633-705.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Quillian, Lincoln and Ludwig, Jens. Housing and Neighborhoods and a New National Household Panel. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 309-340.
Keywords: Housing; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Survey Methodology


Rahmani, Iraj. Three essays in complex samples: Michigan State University; 2012.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Rainwater, Lee and Rein, Martin. Tracking Family Experience in the Seventies. Contemporary Sociology. 1980. 9, 779-785.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Raley, R. Kelly. The Need for Nationally Representative Longitudinal Data for Addressing Key Questions about Family Change. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 463-471.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Raley, Sara. Time Use, Inequality, and Child Well-Being. In: Ben-Arieh, Asher, Casas, Ferran, Frønes, Ivar and Korbin, Jill E., editors. Handbook of Child Well-Being. Springer Netherlands; 2014. p.999-1031.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Rank, Mark R. Rethinking the Scope and Impact of Poverty in the United States. Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal. 2007. 2, (6): 165-181.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Food & Nutrition; Gender Differences; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Rendall, Michael S. Identifying and Misidentifying Single Mothers in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. The Journal of Human Resources. 1997. 32, (3): 596-610.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Rendall, Michael S., Clarke, Lynda, Peters, H. Elizabeth, Ranjit, Nalini, and Verropoulou, Georgia. Incomplete Reporting of Men's Fertility in the United States and Britain: A Researcher's Note. Demography. 1999. 36, (1): 135-144.
Keywords: Family Formation & Composition; Survey Methodology


Robb, Alicia M. and Fairlie, Robert W. Advancing Research on Minority Entrepreneurship: Access to Financial Capital Among U.S. Business: The Case of African American Firms. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2007. 613, (47): 16 pp.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Health, Disability & Mortality; Housing; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Poverty; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Robbin, Alice. Managing Information Access Through Documentation of the Data Base: Characterizing Social Science Data Base Text Documentation As a Minimal Information Management System. ACM SIGSOC Bulletin. 1974. 6, (2/3): 56-68.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Robinson, Chris. Human Capital, Education, Achievement and Learning. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 69-96.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Survey Methodology


Rodgers, James D., Brookshire, Michael L., and Thornton, Robert J. Forecasting Earnings Using Age-Earnings Profiles and Longitudinal Data. Journal of Forensic Economics. 1996. 9, (2): 169-210.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Rodgers, Willard, Brown, Charles, and Duncan, Greg J. Errors in Survey Reports of Earnings, Hours Worked and Hourly Wages. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 1993. 88, (424): 1208-1218.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology


Rooney, Patrick M., Brown, Eleanor, and Mesch, Debra J. Who Decides in Giving to Education? A Study of Charitable Giving by Married Couples. International Journal of Educational Advancement. 2007. 7, (3): 229-242.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Gender Differences; Income; Life Course; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Philanthropy; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Rooney, Patrick M., Mesch, Debra J., Chin, William, and Steinberg, Kathryn S. The Effects of Race, Gender, and Survey Methodologies on Giving in the U.S. Economic Letters. 2004.
Keywords: Philanthropy; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Rooney, Patrick M., Steinberg, Kathryn, and Schervish, Paul G. Methodology Is Destiny: The Effect of Survey Prompts on Reported Levels of Giving and Volunteering. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 2004. 33, 628-654.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Philanthropy; Survey Methodology


Roos, Leslie L., Brownell, Marni, Lix, Lisa, Roos, Noralou P., and MacWilliam, Leonard. From Health Research to Social Research: Privacy, Methods, Approaches. Social Science and Medicine. 2008. 66, (1): 117-129.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Roos, Leslie L., Lix, Lisa, Bond, Ruth, and Smith, Stephanie. Organization and Dissemination of Working Knowledge. Health Care Policy. 2006. 1, (4): 50-55. PMCID: PMC2585347
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Rose, David. Household Panel Studies: An Overview. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge; 2000. p.1-35.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Rossi, Maurizio and Scappini, Ettore. Church Attendance, Problems of Measurement, and Interpreting Indicators: A Study of Religious Practice in the United States, 1975–2010. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 2014. 53, (2): 249-267.
Keywords: Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Ruspini, Elisabetta. Introduction to Longitudinal Research London and New York: Routledge; 2002.
Keywords: International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Ruspini, Elisabetta. Longitudinal Research: An Emergent Method in the Social Sciences. In: Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy and Leavy, Patricia, editors. Handbook of Emergent Methods. Guilford Press; 2008. p.437-460.
Keywords: International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Sabol, Terri J., Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay, and Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. Advancing the Science of Child and Adolescent Development: Do We Need a New Household Panel Survey? Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 221-255.
Keywords: Children; Survey Methodology


Said, Meriem, Ghazzali, Nadia, and Rivest, Louis-Paul. Score Tests for Independence in Semiparametric Competing Risks Models. Lifetime Data Analysis. 2009. 15, 413-440.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Labor Market & Outcomes; Life Course; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Sastry, Narayan, McGonagle, Katherine A., and Schoeni, Robert F. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Biodemography and Social Biology. 2009. 55, (2): 113-117. PMCID: PMC2824897
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Sayles, Harlan, Belli, Robert F., and Serrano, Emilio. Interviewer Variance Between Event History Calendar and Conventional Questionnaire Interviews. Public Opinion Quarterly. 2010. 74, (1): 140-153.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


Schoeni, Robert F., Bianchi, Suzanne M., Hotz, V. Joseph, Seltzer, Judith A., and Wiemers, Emily E. Intergenerational Transfers and Rosters of the Extended Family: a New Substudy of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. 2015. 6, (3): 319-330. PMCID: PMC4552399
Keywords: Aging; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Survey Methodology


Schoeni, Robert F., Stafford, Frank, McGonagle, Katherine A., and Andreski, Patricia. Response Rates in National Panel Surveys. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2013. 645, (1): 60-87. PMCID: PMC3555140
Keywords: Aging; Life Course; Survey Methodology


Schonlau, M., Kroh, M., and Watson, N. The Implementation of Cross-Sectional Weights in Household Panel Surveys. Statistics Surveys. 2013. 7, 37-57.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Schonlau, Matthias, Watson, N., and Kroh, M. Household Survey Panels: How Much do Following Rules Affect Sample Size? Survey Research Methods. 2011. 5, (2): 53-61.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Schultz, Alyssa B. and Edington, Dee W. Employee Health and Presenteeism: A Systematic Review. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 2007. 17, (3): 547-579.
Keywords: Aging; Gender Differences; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Scioli, Frank P. Examples of Importance to Nations of Timely Results from the Social and Behavioral Sciences. In: Crangle, Robert D., editors. Bulgarian Integration Into Europe and NATO. IOS Press; 2006.
Keywords: Children; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; International Studies; Life Course; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Scott, Jacqueline and Alwin, Duane F. Retrospective Versus Prospective Measurement of Life Histories in Longitudinal Research. In: Giele, Janet Zollinger and Elder, Glen H., editors. Methods of Life Course Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Sage Publications; 1998. p.98-127.
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Life Course; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Semykina, Anastasia. Estimating Panel Data Models With Endogeneity: Michigan State University; 2006.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Semykina, Anastasia and Wooldridge, Jeffrey M. Estimation of Dynamic Panel Data Models with Sample Selection. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 2013. 28, (1): 47-61.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Skinner, Chris. Dealing with Measurement Error in Panel Analysis. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.113-125.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Skinner, Jonathan. A Superior Measure of Consumption from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Economic Letters. 1987. 23, (2): 213-216.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Food & Nutrition; Survey Methodology


Small, Mario Luis. 'How Many Cases Do I Need?': On Science and the Logic of Case Selection in Field-Based Research. Ethnography. 2009. 10, (1): 5-38.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Smeekes, Stephan. Bootstrap Sequential Tests to Determine the Order of Integration of Individual Units in a Time Series Panel. Journal of Time Series Analysis. 2015. 36, (3): 398-415.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Smith, Jeffrey and Todd, Petra. Rejoinder. Journal of Econometrics. 2005. 125, (1-2): 365-375.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Smith, Jeffrey A. and Todd, Petra E. Does Matching Overcome LaLonde's Critique of Nonexperiental Estimators. Journal of Econometrics. 2005. 125, (1-2): 305-353.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Smith, James P. New Directions in Socioeconomic Research on Aging. Aging and Quality of Life. New York, NY; Springer Publishing Co., Inc.; 1994. p.275-294.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology


Smith, James P. Reconstructing Childhood Health Histories*. Demography. 2009. 46, (2): 387-404. PMCID: PMC2831272
Keywords: Aging; Children; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Smock, Pamela J. and Manning, Wendy D. Nonresident Parents' Characteristics and Child Support. Journal of Marriage and Family. 1997. 59, (4): 798-808.
Keywords: Children; Survey Methodology


Solenberger, Peter, Duncan, Greg J., and Servais, Marita S. Data Base Management Approaches to Household Panel Studies. In: Kasprzyk, D., Duncan, Greg J., Kalton, Graham and Singh, M. P., editors. Panel Surveys. New York, NY; John Wiley; 1989.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Song, Xi and Campbell, Cameron D. Genealogical Microdata and Their Significance for Social Science. Annual Review of Sociology. 2017. 43, (1): 1-25.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


South, Scott J., Crowder, Kyle D., and Pais, Jeremy. Inter-Neighborhood Migration and Spatial Assimilation in a Multi-Ethnic World: Comparing Latinos, Blacks and Anglos. Social Forces. 2008. 87, (1): 415-445. PMCID: PMC2792928
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Housing; Income; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Taxes; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Speakman, Robert and Welch, Finis. Using Wages to Infer School Quality. In: Hanushek, Eric A. and Welch, F., editors. Handbook of the Economics of Education: Volume 2. North Holland; Elsevier Publishing; 2006. p.849-851.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Spell, Janyce. Families of the PTA: A Secondary Analysis of National Survey Data, 1968-1972: Michigan State University; 1986.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Stafford, Frank P. Forestalling the Demise of Empirical Economics: the Role of Microdata in Labor Economics Research. In: Ashenfelter, Orley and Layard, R., editors. Handbook of Labor Economics. 1985.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Stafford, Frank P. Forestalling the Demise of Empirical Economics: The Role of Microdata in Labor Economic Research. In: Ashenfelter, Orley and Layard, R., editors. Handbook of Labor Economics. 1996.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Stafford, Frank P. Analytical Needs and Empirical Knowledge in Labor Economics: Comment. In: Haltiwanger, John, Manser, Marilyn E. and Topel, Robert, editors. Labor Statistics Measurement Issues. Chicago, IL; National Bureau of Economic Research, University of Chicago Press; 1998. p.70-74.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Stafford, Frank P. Emerging Modes of Timeline Data Collection: Event History Calendar Time Diary and Methods. Social Indicators Research. 2009. 93, (1): 69-76.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Stafford, Frank P. Panel Surveys: Conducting Surveys Over Time. In: Marsden, Peter V. and Wright, James D., editors. Handbook of Survey Research, Second Edition. Emerald Group Publishing; 2010.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Stafford, Frank P. and Chiteji, Ngina S. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics Online: An Instructional Resource. Social Science Computer Review. 2004. 22, (4): 457-468.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Survey Methodology


Stobo, John D., McGeary, Michael G. H., and Barnes, David K. Individuals with Disabilities. In: Stobo, John D., McGeary, Michael G. H. and Barnes, David K., editors. Improving the Social Security Disability Decision Process. National Academies Press; 2007. p.30-46.
Keywords: Aging; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Stoye, Jorg. Essays on Partial Identification and Statistical Decisions: Northwestern University; 2005.
Keywords: Income; International Studies; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Sultan, Arif. Lemons Hypothesis Reconsidered: An Empirical Analysis. Economics Letters. 2008. 99, (3): 541-544.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Tach, Laura and Cornwell, Benjamin. Social Networks and Social Capital: New Directions for a Household Panel Survey. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 275-307.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Takane, Yoshio and Jung, Sunho. Regularized Partial and/or Constrained Redundancy Analysis. Psychometrika. 2008. 73, (4): 671-690.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Tanellari, Eftila, Bosch, Darrell, Boyle, Kevin, and Mykerezi, Elton. On Consumers' Attitudes and Willingness to Pay for Improved Drinking Water Quality and Infrastructure. Water Resources Research. 2015. 51, (1): 47-57.
Keywords: Survey Methodology; Taxes


Taylor, Marcia Freed. Dissemination Issues for Panel Studies: Metadata and Documentation. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.146-162.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Tickamyer, Ann R. and Latimer, Melissa. Data for Rural Information Systems: Longitudinal Data Sets for Rural Poverty Research. In: Christenson, James A., Maurer, Richard C. and Strang, Nancy L., editors. Rural Data, People, and Policy: Information Systems for the 21st Century. Boulder//San Francisco//Oxford; Westview Press; 1994. p.67-90.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Tijdens, Kea and Dragstra, Anna. How Many Hours Do You Usually Work?: An Analysis of Working Hours Questions in 26 Large-Scale Surveys in Six Countries and the European Union. Time & Society. 2007. 16, (1): 119-130.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Traskin, Mikhail and Small, Dylan S. Defining the Study Population for an Observational Study to Ensure Sufficient Overlap: A Tree Approach. Statistics in Biosciences. 2011. 3, (1): 94-118.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Ullah, Aman and Roy, Nilanjana. Nonparametric and Semiparametric Econometrics of Panel Data. In: Ullah, Aman and Giles, David E. A., editors. Handbook of Applied Economic Statistics. CRC Press; 1998. p.579-604.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


van den Berg, Gerald J. and Lindeboom, Maarten. Attrition in Panel Survey Data and the Estimation of Multi-State Labor Market Models. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (3): 458-478.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Vartanian, Thomas P. Secondary Datasets. Secondary Data Analysis: Pocket Guides to Social Work Research Methods. Oxford - New York; Oxford University Press, Inc.; 2010. p.23-.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Wagmiller, Robert L. A Fixed Effects Approach to Assessing Bias in Proxy Reports. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 2009. 21, (4): 477-505.
Keywords: Aging; Education Attainment & Achievement; Family Formation & Composition; Health, Disability & Mortality; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Wang, Lili, Yoshioka, Carlton F., and Ashcraft, Robert F. What Affects Hispanic Volunteering in the United States: Comparing the Current Population Survey, Panel Study of Income Dynamics, and the AIM Giving and Volunteering Survey. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 2013. 24, (1): 125-148.
Keywords: Philanthropy; Racial-Ethnic Differences; Survey Methodology


Weden, Margaret M., Brownell, Peter B., Rendall, Michael S., Lau, Christopher, Fernandes, Meenakshi, and Nazarov, Zafar. Parent-Reported Height and Weight as Sources of Bias In Survey Estimates of Childhood Obesity. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2013. 178, (3): 461-73. PMCID: PMC3732021
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert, and Scanlan, Terri M. Longitudinal Surveys of Children Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press; 1998.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Children; Education Attainment & Achievement; International Studies; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production; Wellbeing


West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert, and Scanlan, Terri M. Survey Descriptions. In: West, Kirsten, Hauser, Robert and Scanlan, Terri M., editors. Longitudinal Surveys of Children. Washington, D. C.; National Academy Press; 1998. p.1-73.
Keywords: Children; Survey Methodology


Westbrook, Laurel and Saperstein, Aliya. New Categories Are Not Enough: Rethinking the Measurement of Sex and Gender in Social Surveys. Gender & Society. 2015. 29, (4): 534-560.
Keywords: Gender Differences; Survey Methodology


Whalley, Alexander. Education and Labor Market Risk: Understanding the Role of Data Cleaning. Economics of Education Review. 2011. 30, (3): 528-545.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Income; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


White, Patricia and Breckenridge, R. Saylor. Trade-Offs, Limitations, and Promises of Big Data in Social Science Research. Review of Policy Research. 2014. 31, (4): 331-338.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Wilhelm, Mark Ottoni. The Quality and Comparability of Survey Data on Charitable Giving. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 2007. 36, (1): 65-84.
Keywords: Income; Philanthropy; Survey Methodology


Wilhelm, Mark Ottoni. PRACTITIONERS' CORNER: Practical Considerations for Choosing Between Tobit and SCLS or CLAD Estimators for Censored Regression Models with an Application to Charitable Giving. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. 2008. 70, (4): 559-582.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Philanthropy; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Williams, Pamela M. and Katz, Jerome A. Panel Study of Income Dynamics -- Uses for the Small Business Researcher. Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth. Emerald Group Publishing, Limited; 2000. p.423-443.
Keywords: Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Wimer, Christopher Todd. Successful Childrearing in Diverse Neighborhood Environments: Understanding the Role of Secure, Stable Employment: Harvard University; 2007.
Keywords: Child Development Supplement; Education Attainment & Achievement; Gender Differences; Income; Intergenerational Influences & Transfers; Labor Market & Outcomes; Neighborhoods & Geographic Mobility; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Winkels, Jeroen W. and Withers, Suzanne Davies. Panel Attrition. In: Rose, David, editors. Researching Social and Economic Change: The Uses of Household Panel Studies. London and New York; Routledge Press; 2004. p.79-95.
Keywords: Aging; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Wolfe, Barbara, Haveman, Robert, Ginther, Donna, and An, Chong-Bum. The "Window Problem" in Studies of Children's Attainments: A Methodological Exploration. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 1996. 91, (435): 970-982.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Wolff, Edward N. The Size Distribution of Wealth in the United States: A Comparison among Recent Household Surveys. In: Smith, James P. and Willis, Robert J., editors. Wealth, Work, and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. University of Michigan Press; 1999. p.209-232.
Keywords: Aging; Family Formation & Composition; Government Transfers; Income; Retirement; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Woods, Stephen. Public Policy, Social Surveys, and the National Science Foundation. Documents to the People (Dttp). 2008. 36, (3): 8.
Keywords: Aging; Survey Methodology; Wellbeing


Worts, Diana, Sacker, Amanda, and McDonough, Peggy. Re-Assessing Poverty Dynamics and State Protections in Britain and the US: The Role of Measurement Error. Social Indicators Research. 2010. 97, (3): 419-438.
Keywords: International Studies; Labor Market & Outcomes; Poverty; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Wu, Yanyuan. The Economic Well-Being of the Elderly and Public Policy: University of Chicago; 2010.
Keywords: Aging; Expenditures, Savings & Consumption; Family Formation & Composition; Food & Nutrition; Gender Differences; Government Transfers; Health, Disability & Mortality; Housing; Poverty; Retirement; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Time Use & Home Production


Yakovenko, Victor M. Econophysics, Statistical Mechanics Approach to. In: Meyers, Robert A., editors. Complex Systems in Finance and Econometrics. Springer-Verlag; 2011. p.247-273.
Keywords: Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology; Wealth, Assets & Pensions


Yang, Zhenlin and Huang, Jianhua. A Transformed Random Effects Model with Applications. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry. 2011. 27, (3): 222-234.
Keywords: Education Attainment & Achievement; Labor Market & Outcomes; Statistical & Econometric Methods; Survey Methodology


Yeung, Wei-Jun J. The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: An Overview. Journal of Survey Research. 1996. 2:, 159-182.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Yeung, Wei-Jun Jean, Andreski, Patricia M., and Stafford, Frank P. Assessing the Quality of Income Data Collected on a Two-Year Periodicity: Experience from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Survey Research--Method and Application. 2009. 23, 33-80.
Keywords: Income; Survey Methodology


Zabel, Jeffrey. An Analysis of Attrition in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and the Survey of Income and Program Participation with an Application to a Model of Labor Market Behavior. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 479-506.
Keywords: Survey Methodology


Zajacova, Anna, Dowd, Jennifer Beam, Schoeni, Robert F., and Wallace, Robert B. Consistency and Precision of Cancer Reporting in a Multiwave National Panel Survey. Population Health Metrics. 2010. 8, (1): 20-31. PMCID: PMC2905337
Keywords: Aging; Health, Disability & Mortality; Survey Methodology


Ziliak, James P. Income, Program Participation, Poverty, and Financial Vulnerability: Research and Data Needs. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2015. 40, (1-4): 27-68.
Keywords: Income; Poverty; Survey Methodology


Ziliak, James P. and Kniesner, Thomas J. The Importance of Sample Attrition in Life Cycle Labor Supply Estimation. The Journal of Human Resources. 1998. 33, (2): 507-530.
Keywords: Labor Market & Outcomes; Survey Methodology