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Study Title/Investigator
2402.
United States Trade Deficit and the "New Economy" (ICPSR 1213)
Pakko, Michael R.
2403.
University of Washington-Beyond High School (UW-BHS) (ICPSR 33321)
Hirschman, Charles; Almgren, Gunnar
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Urban Poverty and Family Life Survey of Chicago, 1987 (ICPSR 6258)
Wilson, William Julius, et al.
2408.
U.S. and U.S.S.R. Crises, 1946-1976 (ICPSR 7702)
CACI, Inc.-Federal
2411.
Use of Adjuncts to Supplement Judicial Resources in Six Jurisdictions, 1983-1986: [United States] (ICPSR 8979)
Aikman, Alexander; Elsner Oram, Mary; Miller, Frederick
2412.
Use of Computerized Crime Mapping by Law Enforcement in the United States, 1997-1998 (ICPSR 2878)
Mamalian, Cynthia A.; LaVigne, Nancy G.; Groff, Elizabeth
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User's Manual for 1970 Census Fourth Count (Population): School District Data Tape (ICPSR 3525)
United States Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics
2417.
US Historical Newspapers Readership Surveys, 1929-1970.
Gentzkow, Matthew; Shapiro, Jesse; Sinkinson, Michael
2419.
Using Federal Funds Futures Rates to Predict Federal Reserve Actions (ICPSR 1180)
Robertson, John C.; Thornton, Daniel L.
2420.
Using Geographic Information Systems to Study Interstate Competition (ICPSR 1323)
Berry, William D.; Baybeck, Brady
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2423.
US Newspapers in the American South, 1869-1896 (ICPSR 35513)
Gentzkow, Matthew; Petek, Nathan; Shapiro, Jesse; et al.
2424.
U.S. Regional Business Cycles and the Natural Rate of Unemployment (ICPSR 1296)
Wall, Howard J.; Zoega, Gylfi
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