CEX

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CEXConsumer Expenditure Survey
CEXCustomer Experience (management)
CEXCation Exchange (chromatography)
CEXCurrency Exchanger Rate
CEXCrypto Express
CEXCommunication Executive
CEXComputer Exchange
CEXCharge Exchange
CEXCentre of Excellence (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode; Kozhikode, Kerala, India)
CEXComplete Entertainment Exchange (Boston, MA)
CEXExtrinsic Collector Capacitance (transistors)
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The data are from the interview component of the Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey. They represent responses from consumer units(1) collected in the survey from the first quarter 1989 through fourth quarter 1990.
Using Consumer Expenditure Survey [CE] data during 2001-2011, I show that an average household increases quarterly non-gambling spending by $440 in response to the appearance of casinos in its state of residency.
Consumer Expenditure Survey and the Consumer Price Index, I analyzed the effect of ICT expenditures on transportation demand.
Kojetin and Sarah Jerstad, "The quality of proxy reports on the Consumer Expenditure Survey," Statistical and Survey Methods research papers (U.S.
In sum, done discriminately, research using the Consumer Expenditure Survey is worth our expenditure of energy and need not be an inordinate consumer of our time.
The Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) tracks the value of assets and liabilities for a large rotating sample of American households.
The Consumer Expenditure Survey tracks the value of assets and liabilities of a large rotating sample of U.S.
This report provides tables and descriptions of spending on health care in 2003, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, which investigates household spending.
Conducted by the Census Bureau for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) is a comprehensive survey of household purchases that is seen by some as placing a heavy burden on responding households.
The data in this resource text are based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, an ongoing, nationwide survey of household spending.
Using the 2008 Consumer Expenditure Survey data and assuming households consider purchasing health insurance and life insurance in order to manage life's financial risks, the paper modeled household choice for those purchases after accounting for household characteristics, health and disability status, and insurance characteristics.
Based on ongoing national data on household spending from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, this report includes information on over 50 aspects of transportation, including market share and spending by age and income, household type, race and ethnicity, region, and education, spending on airline fares, automotive service clubs, intercity and intracity bus fares, cars (new, used and leased), maintenance, tires, towing charges, parking fees, rentals and taxis, ship fares, train fares and insurance.
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