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Forthcoming ASSA 2016 session focussed on uses of SIPP Synthetic Beta

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A session at the Allied Social Sciences Associations' meetings in San Francisco (Jan 3-5, 2016) consists of papers using the SIPP Synthetic Beta:

Jan 03, 2016 8:00 am, Parc 55, Balboa Labor & Employment Relations Association

Data Gold! Exploiting the Rich Research Potential of Lifetime Administrative Earnings Data Linked to the Census Bureau's HouseholdSIPP Survey (J3)
Presiding: JEANNETTE WICKS-LIM (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

Do Tax Incentives Increase 401(K) Retirement Saving? Evidence From the Adoption of Catch-Up Contributions

MATTHEW S. RUTLEDGE (Boston College)
APRIL YANYUAN WU (Boston College and Mathematica Policy Research)
FRANCIS VITAGLIANO (Boston College)

Education, Earnings, and the Timing of Fertility

LARA SHORE-SHEPPARD (Williams College)

Education, Gender, and Earnings Volatility: Evidence from SIPP Linked Administrative

MICHAEL D. CARR (University of Massachusetts-Boston)
EMILY E. WORKERS (University of Massachusetts-Boston)

Low-Wage Careers in a Changing Labor Market

JEANNETTE WICKS-LIM (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

For more details, see https://goo.gl/5BHKAi