CWHS

AcronymDefinition
CWHSCreek Wood High School (Tennessee)
CWHSClovis West High School (Clovis, California)
CWHSContinuous Work History Sample (US SSA)
CWHSCanal Winchester High School (Canal Winchester, OH)
CWHSCalifornia Work and Health Survey
CWHSCenter for World Heritage Studies (University of Minnesota College of Design)
CWHSConrad Weiser High School (Robesonia, PA)
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Figure M and Table 5 show a comparison of number of transactions, sales price, basis, and net capital gains less losses for those returns in the cross-section that were created by adding CWHS returns, and those just in the SOI Individual Panel.
To this, we can add the difficulty to control a universe so vast and heterogeneous: there is no one to supervise the totality of the CWHs because their mere extension is too much for the bureaucratic structure of the ICBF.
While in the arena of national debate, CWHs are never perceived as conciliation policies between productive and reproductive work, (28) some community mothers recognize without reservation that they work for the mothers, not for their children: "the children are not our aim, their mothers are" (Focus group in San Cristobal sur, 2012).
The 1987 stratified random sample consisted of two parts: the CWHS and a high-income oversample.
In our estimation sample, we include returns where the primary filer's SSN had one of the two original four-digit CWHS endings from either of these two data sources.
Both studies used the public-use version of the CWHS, focusing on the 1980s.
We focus on CWHS in this investigation because it is perhaps the partner school with which the university has the most collaborative and mature relationship.
Although CWHS is a high-poverty school, it is perhaps inaccurate to label the school as "under-resourced" given its professional composition.
CWHS is a statewide, random-digit-dialed telephone survey of women aged [greater than or equal to] 18 years.
The CWHS does not have information on the premium the employee must pay for employer sponsored health insurance or on the characteristics of the actual policies themselves.
Data for these analyses were provided by the California Women's Health Survey (CWHS) Group.
Tax Year 1999 was the base year of the study, and for subsequent years, panel data were used with an added replenishment from the SOI Continuous Work History Sample (CWHS) to make a cross section for each tax year.