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Articles and Research Papers Using MXP Data


External Research

The BLS visiting researcher program gives external researchers access to confidential microdata for approved statistical analysis. These papers use BLS data but are published externally.

Research Using IPP Microdata

  • Pennings, S. (2017). Pass-through of competitors' exchange rates to US import and producer prices. Journal of International Economics,105, 41-56. doi:10.1016/j.jinteco.2016.11.002
  • Gilchrist, S., Schoenle, R., Sim, J., & Zakrajšek, E. (2016). Inflation Dynamics During the Financial Crisis. doi:10.3386/w22827


  • View all External Research Using IPP Microdata »

Internal Articles and Research

Additional articles and research papers are written within BLS to provide significant insight focusing on interesting topics within the import/export price indexes. These publications range in scope and purpose from informal articles such as Beyond the Numbers articles to more formal Monlthly Labor Review Journal articles.

Beyond the Numbers Articles

Monthly Labor Review Articles

Economic Working Papers

BLS Statistical Survey Papers

  • Assessing Nonresponse Bias in the International Price Program’s (IPP) Import and Export Price Index Surveys (2009) (HTML)
  • Evaluation of Error Components in a Simulation-Based Evaluation of a Survey Procedure (2008) (HTML)


  • View all BLS Statistical Survey Papers »



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Last Modified Date: December 12, 2019