## The American Economic Review, Volume 96American Economic Association., 2006 |

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**March CPS**Wages computed using the March and May / ORG CPS could differ for a variety of reasons , including the treatment of self - employment earnings , topcoding , etc. Instead of looking sys- tematically at all possible sources of ...Página 483

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**March CPS**. These findings strongly support the view that , relative to the May / ORG CPS , residual wage inequality is bi- ased up in the**March CPS**because this wage measure poorly captures the hourly wage rate for workers paid by the ...Página 489

... CPS provides more accurate measures of hourly wages for much larger samples of workers than the

... CPS provides more accurate measures of hourly wages for much larger samples of workers than the

**March CPS**. Over 30 years of data are now available when the ORG CPS is combined with the 1973-1978 May CPS . There is , thus , a strong ...### Outras edições - Ver tudo

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