BLS Economic Working Papers from 1998
The following is a complete list of 1998 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 Copies of unpublished working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.
||Publication Status / Disposition
Compensation: Six Questions That Need Answering
||John M. Abowd (Cornell University) and David S. Kaplan
||See Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 13, No. 4,
Fall 1999, pp. 145-168.
Models of CEO Pay-For-Performance Relationships
||David S. Kaplan
||Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (December 1998).
Implications of Flexible Staffing Arrangements for Job Security
||Susan H. Houseman and Anne E. Polivka
||Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (June 1998).
||Job Security in the 1990s
||See revised version, WP-330.
||Developing Poverty Thresholds Using Expenditure Data
||David Johnson, Thesia I. Garner, and Stephanie Shipp (US
Bureau of the Census)
||See Proceedings of the Government and Social Statistics
Section, American Statistical Association (Alexandria, VA: ASA, 1997), pp. 28-37.
||A Gini Decomposition Analysis of Inequality in the Czech and
Slovak Republics During the Transition
||Thesia I. Garner and Katherine Terrell (Univ. of Michigan)
||Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions (May
||Measurement Error and the Relationship Between Investment and
||Timothy Erickson & Toni M. Whited (Univ. of Delaware)
||See Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 108, No.
October 2000, pp. 1027-1057.
||The Ambiguous Effect of new and Improved Goods on the
||See Economics Letters, Vol. 68,
No. 2, August 2000, pp. 143-147.
||Michael K. Lettau
||Available in the Office of Compensation and Working
Conditions (April 1998).
Contribution of Establishment Births and Deaths To Employment Growth
||James R. Spletzer
||Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (March 1998).
of Training: An Analysis Using Both Employer and Employee Characteristics
||Harley Frazis, Maury Gittleman and Mary Joyce
||See Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 53,
No. 3, April 2000, pp. 443-462.
||Has Job Mobility Increased? Evidence from the Current
Population Survey: 1975-1995
||Available in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics (February 1998).
||The Productivity of the Banking Sector: Intergrating
Financial and Production Approaches to Measuring Financial Services Output
||Dennis J. Fixler and Kimberly Zieschang
||Available in the Office of Prices and Living Conditions
Last Modified Date: March 25, 2013