BLS Economic Working Papers from 2010


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The following is a complete list of 2010 BLS Working Papers. Copies of unpublished working papers that are currently available can be obtained from the designated program office of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington, D.C. 20212, or via email. Reprints may be available for published papers.

 

2010

Number Title Author(s) Publication Status / Disposition
WP-442 How to Think About Time-Use Data: What Inferences Can We Make About Long- and Short-Run Time Use from Time Diaries? Harley Frazis and Jay Stewart Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (November 2010).
WP-441 Run-up in the House Price-Rent Ratio: How Much Can Be Explained by Fundamentals? Kamila Sommer, Paul Sullivan, and Randal Verbrugge Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (October 2010).
WP-440 Employment Patterns and Determinants Among Older Individuals with a History of Short-Duration Jobs Kevin E. Cahill, Michael D. Giandrea, and Joseph F. Quinn Available in the Office of Productivity and Technology (August 2010).
WP-439 The Role of Re-entry in the Retirement Process Kevin E. Cahill, Michael D. Giandrea, and Joseph F. Quinn Available in the Office of Productivity and Technology (June 2010).
WP-437 Do the Poor Pay More Store-By-Store? Gregory Kurtzon and Robert McClelland Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (April 2010).
WP-436 Note on Standard Errors and Other Relevant Statistics of Experimental Poverty Thresholds Produced at the Bureau of Labor Statistics: 2006 to 2008 Thesia I Garner Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (March 2010).
WP-435 Setting and Updating Modern Poverty Thresholds Thesia I Garner and David Betson Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (March 2010).
WP-434 Matching Matters in 401(k) Plan Participation Keenan Dworak-Fisher Available in the Office of Compensation and Working Conditions (February 2010).
WP-433 Why Do BLS Hours Series Tell Different Stories About Trends in Hours Worked? Harley Frazis and Jay Stewart See Labor in the New Economy, Katharine G. Abraham, James R. Spletzer, and Michael Harper, eds. NBER Studies in Income and Wealth, University of Chicago Press (2010), 343-372.

 

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