Sample Loss and Survey Bias in Estimates of Social Security Beneficiaries: A Tale of Two Surveys.

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John L. Czajka ; James Mabli ; Scott Cody (2008)
  • Subject: Social Security Beneficiaries , SIPP , CPS | Social Security Beneficiaries, SIPP, CPS
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Data from the Census Bureau’s Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) and the Current Population Survey (CPS) provide information on current and potential beneficiaries served by Social Security Administration (SSA) programs. SSA also links administrative reco... View more
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    1. How the Census Bureau Matches Survey and Administrative Records .20

    2. Match Rates in the CPS ..........................................................................21

    3. Match Rates in the SIPP .........................................................................23

    4. Combined Sample Loss from SIPP Attrition and Nonmatching.............25

    5. What Can We Expect in the Future? ......................................................26

    1. Comparison of Matched Respondents and All Respondents in the 2001 Panel ........................................................46

    2. Eligibility for SSI ...................................................................................50

    3. Pension Coverage of Divorced Women .................................................55

    1. Bias in Full Panel Estimates of Earnings ...............................................94

    2. Bias in Full Panel Estimates of Social Security Beneficiaries ...............98

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