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Documents from 2013

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Replicating the Synthetic LBD with German Establishment Data, Jörg Drechsler and Lars Vilhuber

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Expanding the Role of Synthetic Data at the U.S. Census Bureau, Ron Jarmin, Thomas A. Louis, and Javier Miranda

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Looking back on three years of Synthetic LBD Beta, Javier Miranda and Lars Vilhuber

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A New Method for Protecting Interrelated Time Series with Bayesian Prior Distributions and Synthetic Data, Matthew J. Schneider and John M. Abowd

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ROC-Based Model Estimation for Forecasting Large Changes in Demand, Matthew J. Schneider and Wilpen L. Gorr

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Methods for Protecting the Confidentiality of Firm-Level Data: Issues and Solutions, Lars Vilhuber

Documents from 2012

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Dynamically consistent noise infusion and partially synthetic data as confidentiality protection measures for related time-series, John Abowd, Kaj Gittings, Kevin L. McKinney, Bryce E. Stevens, Lars Vilhuber, and Simon Woodcock

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Differential Privacy Applications to Bayesian and Linear Mixed Model Estimation, John M. Abowd, Matthew J. Schneider, and Lars Vilhuber

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Presentation: Did the Housing Price Bubble Clobber Local Labor Market Job and Worker Flows When It Burst?, John M. Abowd and Lars Vilhuber

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Testimony of John M. Abowd Before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommitte on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, United States House of Representatives, John M. Abowd and Lars Vilhuber

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Presentation: Endogenous Mobility, John Abowd and Ian M. Schmutte

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Presentation: Education, flows and the Great Recession in the United States, John Abowd and Lars Vilhuber

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Presentation: A comparison of the contribution of labor reallocation to aggregate productivity growth: Canada and the United States, Charles Berube, Benoit Dostie, and Lars Vilhuber

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Teaching New Markets Old Tricks: The Effects of Subsidized Investment on Low-Income Neighborhoods, Matthew Freedman

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Presentation: Data access in North America: Current state and future consequences, Lars Vilhuber and William C. Block

Documents from 2011

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Science, Confidentiality, and the Public Interest, John Abowd and Lars Vilhuber