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LEHD Data Documentation LEHD-OVERVIEW-S2008-rev1

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  • Lars Vilhuber

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  • Kevin McKinney & Lars Vilhuber, 2011. "LEHD Data Documentation LEHD-OVERVIEW-S2008-rev1," Working Papers 11-43, Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau, revised Apr 2014.
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