Office of Survey Methods Research

BLS Economic Working Papers from 2006


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The following is a complete list of 2006 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 Copies of unpublished working papers that are currently available can be obtained from the designated program office of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2 Massachusetts Avenue NE,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.

2006

Number Title Author(s) Publication Status / Disposition
WP-401 Parental Transfers, Student Achievement, and the Labor Supply of College Students Charlene Marie Kalenkoski (Ohio University) and Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia Available in the Office of Productivity and Technology (November 2006).
WP-400 A Micro-level Analysis of Recent Increases in Labor Force Participation among Older Workers Kevin E. Cahill (Analysis Group, Inc.), Michael D. Giandrea, and Joseph F. Quinn (Boston College) Available in the Office of Productivity and Technology (October 2006).
WP-399 Industry Competition and Total Factor Productivity Growth Michael D. Giandrea Office of Productivity and Technology (September 2006).
WP-398 Wage Compression and the Division of Returns to Productivity Growth: Evidence from EOPP Harley Frazis and Mark A. Loewenstein Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (August 2006).
WP-397 The Effects of Rounding on the Consumer Price Index Elliot Williams Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (August 2006).
WP-396 Discussion and Presentation of the Disability Test Results from the Current Population Survey Terence McMenamin, Stephen M. Miller and Anne E. Polivka Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (August 2006).
WP-395 Which Workers Gain Upon Adopting a Computer? Cindy Zoghi and Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia See Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 40, No. 2, May 2007, pp. 423-444.
WP-394 Income Imputation and the Analysis of Expenditure Data in the Consumer Expenditure Survey Jonathan Fisher Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (May 2006).
WP-393 How Does Household Production Affect Earnings Inequality? Evidence from the American Time Use Survey Harley Frazis and Jay Stewart See "How Does Household Production Affect Measured Income Inequality?" Journal of Population Economics. 24:1 (January 2011), 3-22.
WP-392 How Much Do Employers Learn from Referrals? Joshua C. Pinkston Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (February 2006).
WP-391 Job Flows and the Recent Business Cycle: Not All "Recoveries" Are Created Equal R. Jason Faberman Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (February 2006).
WP-390 A Model of Asymmetric Employer Learning with Testable Implications Joshua C. Pinkston Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (January 2006).
WP-389 Is Job Enrichment Really Enriching? Robert D. Mohr (University of New Hampshire) and Cindy Zoghi Available in the Office of Production and Technology (January 2006).

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