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Applying data synthesis for longitudinal business data across three countries

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  • M. Jahangir Alam

    (Department of Applied Economics, HEC Montreal, Canada
    Department of Economics, Truman State University. USA)

  • Benoit Dostie

    (Department of Applied Economics, HEC Montreal. Canada)

  • Jörg Drechsler

    (Institute for Employment Research. Germany)

  • Lars Vilhuber

    (Cornell University. USA)

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Data on businesses collected by statistical agencies are challenging to protect. Many businesses have unique characteristics, and distributions of employment,...

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  • M. Jahangir Alam & Benoit Dostie & Jörg Drechsler & Lars Vilhuber, 2020. "Applying data synthesis for longitudinal business data across three countries," Statistics in Transition New Series, Polish Statistical Association, vol. 21(4), pages 212-236, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:exl:29stat:v:21:y:2020:i:4:p:212-236
    DOI: 10.21307/stattrans-2020-039
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