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Econometric Issues in the Analysis of Linked Cross-Section Employer-Worker Surveys.

By Andrew Hildreth and Stephen Pudney


We consider the statistical problems involved in the econometric\ud analysis of data from linked surveys of workers and employers. The\ud context is a simple model of the incidence and duration of unemployement\ud spells occurring between two waves of the UK New Earnings\ud Survey, which have been linked to unemployment benefit records via\ud the National Insurance number, and to Census of Production respondent\ud firms via the Inter-Departmental Business Register

Publisher: Dept. of Economics, University of Leicester.
Year: 1998
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