Data Confidentiality: A Researcher's Perspective
AbstractThe paper is organized around the four most frequently proposed solutions to data confidentiality--remote access, Census Special Sworn Employees (SSE), statistical models, and licensing of researchers. In my evaluation, I asking the question of whether each of these models is viable on a large scale--that is, making survey data available in a useful way to significant numbers in the research community.
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- Robert H Mcguckin, 1992. "Analytic Use Of Economic Microdata; A Model For Researcher Access With Confidentiality Protection," Working Papers 92-8, Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau.
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