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Study Title/Investigator
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ABC News Japan Poll, April 1996 (ICPSR 6819)
ABC News
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Aggregate Economic Data, United States, 1947-1989 (ICPSR 1093)
Jorgenson, Dale W.
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Aging in the Eighties: America in Transition, 1981 (ICPSR 8691)
National Council on the Aging
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Changing Trends in the Labor Force: A Survey (ICPSR 21582)
DiCecio, Riccardo; Engemann, Kristie M.; Owyang, Michael T.; et al.
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Decline in U.S. Personal Saving Rate: Is it Real and Is It a Puzzle? (ICPSR 21300)
Guidolin, Massimo; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
11.
Forecasting Inflation and Output: Comparing Data-Rich Models with Simple Rules (ICPSR 22684)
Gavin, William T.; Kliesen, Kevin L.
12.
General Industrial Statistics, 1963-1979 (ICPSR 7950)
United Nations
14.
How Well Does Employment Predict Output? (ICPSR 20963)
Kliesen, Kevin L.
15.
How Well Do Monetary Fundamentals Forecast Exchange Rates? (ICPSR 1268)
Neely, Christopher J.; Sarno, Lucio
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Identifying Business Cycle Turning Points in Real Time (ICPSR 1284)
Chauvet, Marcelle; Piger, Jeremy
18.
National Exit Poll for the 2006 Mexican Presidential Election (ICPSR 24609)
Moreno, Alejandro; Mancillas, Maria Antonia; Guitierrez, Roberto
20.
Omnibus Study, Fall 1973 (ICPSR 3625)
University of Michigan. Survey Research Center
21.
Omnibus Study, Spring 1973 (ICPSR 7453)
University of Michigan. Survey Research Center
22.
Price Quotations in Early United States Securities Markets, 1790-1860 (ICPSR 4053)
Sylla, Richard E.; Wilson, Jack W.; Wright, Robert E.
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A Primer on the Empirical Identification of Government Spending Shocks (ICPSR 22681)
Engemann, Kristie M.; Owyang, Michael T.; Zubairy, Sarah
24.
Real Interest Rate Persistence: Evidence and Implications (ICPSR 24541)
Neely, Christopher J.; Rapach, David E.
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