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IPUMSIntegrated Public Use Microdata Series (University of Minnesota)
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Data on southern-born persons living outside the South were generated from the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) database.
the Integrated Public-Use Microdata Series (IPUMS), the Fraser Institute, and the Census.
We use individual-level probability weights provided by IPUMS and account both for clustering of the sample within households and for stratification in sample design by geography.
(42.) Involuntary unemployment was measured using the variable WHYUNEMP in the CPS monthly data available from IPUMS for 1976 to 2015 (Ruggles and others 2015).
Data for this paper was derived from IPUMS (King et al.
(i) The CZ dataset is merged into the IPUMS dataset that contains PUMA/CNTYGRP by county federal information processing standards (FIPS) codes.
(2.) PUMS data files are available on line from the IPUMS Project at the University of Minnesota, http://www.ipums.org.
(13) Data files were retrieved from the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS), a project of the Minnesota Population Center that harmonizes data from the entire history of the CPS.
(2) IWPR analysis of 2008-2010 IPUMS American Community Survey microdata (Ruggles et al.
In the ACS, the metropolitan area identifier is defined as "an area consisting of a large population center and adjacent communities (usually counties) that have a high degree of economic and social interaction with that center" (IPUMS 2008).
Tabulated estimates using these data (i.e., predefined tables) are available from the SHADAC Data Center and the individual-level microdata are available through Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) CPS through the University of Minnesota's Population Center.