Economic Data Webinar Series

Economists from the Center for Economic Studies at the U.S. Census Bureau will be hosting a series of webinars about datasets that are available through the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers. Current prospective researchers are encouraged to attend.

Friday, Nov. 2 – Research with Restricted Access Data and Results Reproduction
Speakers: Florio Arguillas, Warren Brown, Nicole Szembrot

Time: 12-1:15pm ET

Following the talk will be a discussion on making/giving a good poster at PAA or other conference with CPC co-training Directory, Vida Maralani and Doug Miller. Lunch will be provided.

 
 
Monday, Nov. 5 – Health, Employment, and Disability: Implications from the Undocumented Population
Speaker: David Slusky

Time: 2-3pm

Located in Human Ecology Building(HEB) TO1. David Slusky is an assistant professor of Economics at the University of Kansas. Lunch will be provided

 
 
Tuesday, Nov. 6 – The Longitudinal Firm Trade Transaction Database
Speaker: Fariah Kamal

Time: 2-3pm ET

The Longitudinal Firm Trade Transaction Database (LFTTD) has two components:

  1. Transaction-level export data linked to information on firms operating in the United States
  2. Transaction-level import data linked to information on firms operating in the United States.

Join using WebeEx: https://censusevent.webex.com/censusevent/onstage/g.php?MTID=e15b1728b1b73b66c4c8698f43586acd
To hear audio, call by phone to 888-603-9613 (then enter passcode: 5516898)

 
 
Wednesday, Nov. 7 – Dreamland, A lecture by award – wining
Speaker: Sam Quinones

Time: 7:30 – 9pm

Full event description found at http://events.cornell.edu/event/dreamland_a_lecture_by_award-winning_author_sam_quinones. Following the presentation, there will be a brief response and audience Q&A with Shannon Monnat, . Lerner chair for Public Health Promotion and Associate Professor of Sociology at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University

 
 
Thursday, Nov. 8 – America’s Population Health Crisis: Is it really a story of “deaths of despair”?
Speaker: Robert Hummer

Time: 4:30-6:00pm ET

Located in Biotech G10. Event hosted by the center for the study of inequality with support from the Atlantic Philanthropies. Co-sponsored by the Cornell Population Center with support from the Frank H.T. Rhodes Annual Symposium Fund. Co-sponsored by the Cornell Center for Health Equity.

 
 
Thursday, Nov. 8 – The Longitudinal Business Database
Speaker: Kristin McCue

Time: 2-3pm ET

The Longitudinal Business Database (LBD) contains the universe of all U.S. business establishments with paid employees from 1976 to 2016, with longitudinal linkages and birth and death years.

Join using WebEx: https://censusevent.webex.com/censusevent/onstage/g.php?MTID=ecfc97354c0e0bbb5f37a488e3fda8687
To hear audio, call by phone to 888-603-9613 (then enter passcode: 5516898)

 
 
Tuesday, Nov. 13 – The Census of Manufactures and Thoughts on Imputation
Speaker: Kirk White

Time 1-2pm ET

Data for the manufacturing sector are provided for payroll, number of workers, cost of fuels, cost of electricity, energy consummed, cost of materials, purchased services, capital expenditures, depreciation, value of inventories, and value of total and product shipments

Join using WebEx: https://censusevent.webex.com/censusevent/onstage/g.php?MTID=e2b4995152241e5a4a2d5985d9ab4437a
To hear audio, call by phone to 888-603-9613 (then enter passcode: 5516898)


 
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