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The CE Library is a collection of articles, papers, reports, and presentations produced by BLS and outside researchers, as well as presented at other CE related events, on CE economic analyses and methodological research, development, and testing. The library is updated on a continuous basis. Please contact us with any questions about library documents, or to suggest an addition to the library.

Title Author Year Gemini 1 Presentation 2
Gemini Incentive Structure ReviewTo, N.2014YN
Results From Testing a Web Mode for the Consumer Expenditure Diary SurveyElkin, I., L. Erhard, and B. McBride2014YN
A Comparison of Consumer Expenditure SurveysTo, N., and B. McBride2013YN
Report on the State of Knowledge on Measurement Error in the CE 2013Tourangeau, R., S. Fricker, B. Kopp, L. Tan2013YN
Proposal on Tracking Measurement Error in the CETourangeau, R., S. Fricker, and L. Tan2012YN
An Exploration of the Application of PLS Path Modeling Approach to Creating a Summary Index of Respondent BurdenFricker, S., C. Kreisler, and L. Tan2012YN
A Proposal for a Preliminary Framework for Monitoring and Reporting on Data Quality for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyFricker, S., and L. Tan2012NN
Records Information and Feasibility of Use StudySjoblom, M., and L. Lee2012YN
An Examination of Spending Patterns of Families Receiving Forms of Public AssistancePassero, W.2012NN
Global Questions Cognitive Testing ResultsEdgar, J.2011YN
Measurement Issues Study Final ReportCreech, B., M. Smith, J. Davis, L. Tan, N. To, S. Fricker, and J. Gonzalez2011YN
Exploring a Balance Edit Approach in the Consumer Expenditure Quarterly Interview SurveyFricker, S., B. Kopp, and N. To2011YN
U.S. Consumer Expenditure Records Study: Final ReportGeisen, E., A. Richards, and C. Strohm2011YN
Nonresponse Bias in the Consumer Expenditure Survey: A Case StudyKing, S., J. Edgar, J. Gonzalez, B. Chopova, and L. Tan2010NN
Source Selection: Selecting and Evaluating America’s ExpendituresSteinberg, B., B. Creech, M. Schmidt, P. Falwell2010NN
Assessing Contact History Paradata Quality Across Several Federal SurveysBates, N., J. Dahlhamer, P. Phipps, A. Safir, and L. Tan2010NN
Latent Class Analysis of Consumer Expenditure ReportsTucker, C., B. Meekins, and P. Biemer2010NN
Accounting for owner-occupied dwelling services: Aggregates and distributionsGarner, T., and K. Short2009NN
What Does "Usual" Usually Mean?Edgar, J.2009NN
Imputation Methods for Adaptive Matrix SamplingGonzalez, J., and J. Eltinge2009NY
The Effects of Incentives on the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyGoldenberg, K., D. McGrath, and L. Tan2009NN
Correlates of Data Quality in the Consumer Expenditure Quarterly Interview SurveyEdgar, J., and J. Gonzales2009NN
Using Contact Attempt History Data to Determine the Optimal Number of Contact AttemptsSafir, A., and L. Tan2009NN
Assessing Nonresponse Bias in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyKing, S., B. Chopova, J. Edgar, J. Gonzalez, D. McGrath, and L. Tan2009NN
Modeling the Difference in Interview Characteristics for Different RespondentsDixon, J.2009NN
A Microlevel Latent Class Model for Measurement Error in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyTucker, C., B. Meekins, and P. Biemer2008NN
The Use of Paradata for Evaluating Interviewer Training and PerformanceMockovak, W., and R. Powers2008NN
Mode Effects in a Survey of Consumer ExpendituresSafir, A., and K. Goldenberg2008NN
Properties of Alternative Sample Design and Estimation Methods for the Consumer Expenditure SurveysEltinge, J., and J. Gonzalez2007NN
Multiple Matrix Sampling: A ReviewGonzalez, J., and J. Eltinge2007NN
Reduction of Sample Areas in the Consumer Price Index and Consumer Expenditure Survey December 2007 DesignsErnst, L., W. Johnson, and W. Larson2007NN
Is a User-Friendly Diary More Effective? Findings from a Field TestFigueroa, E., J. Davis, S. Reyes-Morales, N. To, and L. Tan2006NN
An Incentives Experiment in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Quarterly SurveyMcGrath, D.2006NN
Analysis of Recall Effect on the Reporting of Expenditures For the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveySteinberg, B., B. Chopova, L. Tan, J. Ogden, and P. Bahizi2006NN
Effect of Computer-Assisted Personal Interviews in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyCho, M., and C. Pickering2006NN
Is a User-Friendly Diary More Effective?To, N., and L. Tan2006NN
Field Test of a Multiple Diary Procedures for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyWESTAT2005NN
Estimating the Level of Underreporting of Expenditures among Expenditure Reporters: A Micro-Level Latent Class AnalysisTucker, C., P. Biemer, B. Meekins and J. Shields2005NN
Estimating the Level of Underreporting of Expenditures among Expenditure Reporters: A Further Micro-Level Latent Class AnalysisTucker, C., P. Biemer, and B. Meekins2005NN
Optimal Pairing for Stratum Collapse Methods with Interviewer-Level Measurement Error Shared Across StrataCho, M., and J. Eltinge2005NN
Comparison of Item and Unit Nonresponse in Household SurveysDixon, J.2005NN
Developing Poverty Thresholds 1993-2003Garner, T.2005NN
Results of 2004 Field Representative Focus GroupsShields, J.2004NN
Modeling of Survey Response Rates and Reporting Rates in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyCho, M., and J. Eltinge2004NN
Temporal Patterns of Survey Response Rates and Reporting Rates in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview and Other Panel SurveysCho, M., J. Eltinge, and B. Steinberg2004NN
Errors In Survey Reports of Consumption ExpendituresBattistin, E.2003NN
Inferential Methods to Identify Possible Interviewer Fraud Using Leading Digit Preference Patterns and Design Effect MatricesCho, M., J. Eltinge, and D. Swanson2003NN
Detecting Possibly Fraudulent or Error-Prone Survey Data Using Benford’s LawSwanson, D., M. Cho, and J. Eltinge2003NN
A Comparison of Economic Well-Being Measures Using SIPP and CE Data: Personal Assessments of Expenditures and IncomeGarner, T.2003NN
Conceptual and Practical Issues in the Statistical Design and Analysis of Usability TestsBosley, J., J. Eltinge, J. Fox, and S. Fricker2003NN
Determining within-PSU sample Sizes for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyJohnson-Herring, S., S. Krieger, and D. Swanson2002NN
CE Interview Global Questions Research: BLS Conference Presentation ReportResearch Triangle Institute2000NN
The Quality of Proxy Reports on the Consumer Expenditure SurveyKojetin, B., and S. Jerstad1997NN
An Application of Regression and Calibration Estimation to Post-Stratification in a Household SurveyJayasuriya, B., and R. Valliant1995NN
Distributions and Transformations for Family ExpendituresScott, S., and D. Rope1993NN
Improving Comprehension and Recall in the Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey: Discrepancies in Comprehension and Recall as a Source of Nonsampling ErrorMiller, L., and T. Downes-LeGuin1989NN
Recall Effects in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveySilberstein, A.1989NN
Recommendations on Redesigning the Consumer Expenditure Surveys and the Current Population SurveyBishop, G.1987YN
Possible Methods for Improving Response Quality in the Consumer Expenditure Survey and Current Population SurveyBurton, S.1987YN
Comments and Ideas for the BLS Research Agenda for the Consumer Expenditure Survey and the Current Population SurveyLessler, J.1987YN
Some Experimentation With Recall Procedures and Diaries For Consumer ExpendituresSudman, S., and R. Ferber1971NN
Comments on Methodological Issues Questionnaire Design Advisory ConferenceCannell, C.1987YN
Data Capture Technologies and Financial Software for Collecting Consumer Expenditure DataWestat2011YN
Questionnaire Design Advisory ConferenceMathiowetz, N.1987YN
Questionnaire Design Advisory Conference AgendaDippo, C.1986YN
Questionnaire Design Advisory Conference Report February 1987Schaeffer, N.1987YN
Recommendation Regarding the Use of a CE Bounding InterviewElkin, I.2012NN
Report on BLS Conference January 1987O'Muircheartaigh, C.1987YN
Report on BLS Conference on Survey Questionnaire DesignTanur, J.1987YN
Report on the Consumer Expenditure SurveyMingay, D.1987YN
The Intrahousehold Communications Study: A Typology of Family CohesionMiller, L., and C. Tucker1993YN
The Intrahousehold Communications Study: Estimating the Accuracy of Proxy Responses at the Dyadic LevelKojetin, B., and L. Miller1993YN
The Intrahousehold Communications Study: Family Cohesion and the Level of Knowledge About ExpensesTucker, C., and L. Miller1993YN
BEA's Use of Housing Related Data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey Jones, C.2010YY
Assessing Household Wellbeing Comparing Consumption and Income based Measures for Farm and All U.S. Households using USDA ARMS and BLS CE Surveys Katz, A.2010YY
BLS Consumer Expenditure Survey Data Usage IRS Experience Lee, W.2010YY
CE Data from the Perspectives of Researchers and Survey Managers Li, G., and R. Schoeni2010YY
CE Data in the CPI Production Requirements and Redesign Interests Casey, W.2010YY
CE Data in the CPI Production Requirements and Redesign InterestsCasey, W.2010YN
CE in the SPM Short, K.2010YY
Comments on Improving Consumption MeasurementCarroll, C.2009YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Data Users' Need Forum Horrigan, M.2010YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Data Users' Needs Forum AgendaBRPD2010YN
Data to Examine Consumption Poverty and Inequality in the U.S. 1960 2008 Meyer, B.2010YY
Estimating the Distribution of Consumption based Taxes with the Consumer Expenditure Survey Harris E., and K. Perese2010YY
Evolution and Change in the Consumer Expenditure Surveys Adapting Methodologies to Meet Changing NeedsGoldenberg, K., and J. Ryan2009YN
Exploring the Effects of Socioeconomic and Demographic Variables on Household Expenditures Wagner, J.2010YY
How ERS FED uses the CE Diary Hanson, K.2010YY
Improving the Consumer Expenditure Survey A View from the Research Community Carrol, C., and J. Sabelhaus2010YY
Minnesota's Consumer Expenditure Survey Uses Anthony, P., and P. Wilson2010YY
Overview of the National Crime Victimization Survey Redesign ProcessSinclair, M., and M. Rand2010YY
Patterns of Household Overspending Hanna, S., and Z. Hua2010YY
Redesign of the Consumer Expenditure SurveysEdgar, J.2010YY
Respondent Record Use in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Survey Edgar, J.2010YY
Some Uses of CE Bils, M.2010YY
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Consumer Expenditure Survey from a BLS PerspectiveGarner, T., R. McCelland, and W. Passero2009YN
The CE Program Dedicated to Improvement Ryan, J.2010YY
Use of CE Data in the National Health Expenditure Accounts Cowan, C.2010YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Methods Symposium AgendaBRPD2014YN
Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyCantor, D.2013YN
The Gemini Project to Redesign the Consumer Expenditure Survey: Redesign Proposal Edgar, J., D. Nelson, L. Paszkiewicz, and A. Safir 2013YN
CE 2013 symposium Agenda BRPD2013YN
Use of Financial Records in the CE Survey Kopp, B.2013YY
Web Diary Feasibility Test: Preliminary FindingsElkin, I., M. Freeman, J. Gloster, L. Kirkpatrick, and B. McBride2013YY
Assessing measurement error in the CE Tourangeau, R., B. Kopp, L. Tan, and S. Fricker2013YY
A comparison of CE to international agencies McBride, B., and N. To2013YY
A comparison of CE to international agencies handoutTo, N., and B. McBride2013YN
Redesigning the Consumer Expenditure SurveyGemini Design Team2013YY
Imputing Across Interviews: Balancing Time Savings with Data Quality Paulin, G.2013YY
MEASURING WHAT WE SPEND; Toward a New Consumer Expenditure Survey Dillman, D., C. House, and Committee on National Statistics2013YN
The Process of NAS PanelsBeston, D.2012YY
Issues with The Current Consumer Expenditure SurveysDillman, D.2012YY
Design B: A Comprehensive Picture of Expenditures & IncomeGillingham, R.2012YY
Measuring What We Spend: Toward a New Consumer Expenditure SurveyHouse, C.2012YY
Design A Evaluation Nusser, S.2012YY
Technology: Further comments on the choice of tabletsNusser, S.2012YY
Incentives DiscussionsPeytchev, A.2012YY
Measuring What We Spend: Toward a New Consumer Expenditure SurveyPeytchev, A.2012YY
The BLS Consumer Expenditure TabletPierzchala, M.2012YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Research & Plans for the FutureSafir, A.2012YY
Supported Journal DesignSchoeber, M.2012YN
Expanding Upon Issues in Measuring What We Spend: Toward a New Consumer Expenditure SurveyStephens, M.2012YY
Evaluation of Design C Tucker, C.2012YY
Gemini Project Vision DocumentGemini Project Steering Team2015YN
CE Survey Gemini Project: Current and upcoming researchBRPD2015YN
Gemini Redesign Project High Level TimelineBRPD2014YN
Household Survey Producers Workshop AgendaBRPD2011YN
Household Survey Producers Workshop Opening RemarksHorrigan, M.2011YY
Recall Period in Consumer Expenditure Surveys ProgramBradburn, N.2011YN
Discussion of Plans for Designing the Recall Period for the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyCantor, D.2010YN
Response to Issue Paper on CE Interview StructureConrad, F.2011YN
Global versus Specific Questions for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyPeytchev, A.2011YN
Issues in Proxy Reporting in the Consumer Expenditure SurveySchaeffer, N.2010YN
Considering the Structure of the Consumer Expenditure: Designing Computer Assisted InterviewingStafford, F.2011YN
Recall Period in Consumer Expenditure Surveys ProgramBradburn, N.2011YY
Discussion of Plans for Designing the Recall Period for the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyCantor, D.2011YY
Response to Interview Structure Issue PaperConrad, F.2011YY
Split Questionnaire Methods for the Consumer Expenditure Surveys ProgramEltinge, J.2011YY
Global versus Specific Questions for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyPeytchev, A.2011YY
Split Questionnaire Designs for Consumer Expenditure SurveyRaghunathan, T.2011YY
Discussion: Proxy ReportingSchaeffer, N.2011YY
Considering the Structure of the Consumer Expenditure: Designing Computer Assisted Interviewing Considering the Structure of the Consumer Expenditure: Designing Computer Assisted InterviewingStafford, F.2011YY
Global Questions in the Consumer Expenditure Surveys ProgramBRPD2010YN
Intro for Consumer Expenditure Surveys Methods WorkshopBRPD2010YN
Interview Structure in the Consumer Expenditure SurveysBRPD2009YN
Proxy ReportingBRPD2009YN
Recall Period in the Consumer Expenditure Surveys ProgramBRPD2010YN
Split QuestionnaireBRPD2009YN
CE Data Quality Definition ReportGonzalez, J., C. Hackett, N. To, and L. Tan2009YN
First Meeting of the Panel on Redesigning the BLS Consumer Expenditure Surveys AgendaBRPD2011YN
Use of Consumer Expenditure Survey Data in the Consumer Price IndexCage, R.2011YY
Measurement Error Continued (CE vs. Personal Consumption Expenditures Comparisons)Garner, T., and W. Passero2011YY
Information Dissemination and Data UsersHenderson, S.2011YY
Official Charge to Committee: CNSTAT Panel on the Redesign of the CEHorrigan, M.2011YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey CNSTAT Panel BriefingRyan, J., and Survey Program Staff2011YY
Survey Design and Data CollectionSafir, A.2011YY
Measurement Error & Gemini Project OverviewSafir, A.2011YY
CE’s Sample DesignSwanson, D.2011YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Redesign Options Workshop AgendaBRPD2011YN
Westat Redesign Recommendations Report appendicesCantor, D., S. Schneider, and B. Edwards2011YN
Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyMathiowetz, N., K. Olson, and C. Kennedy2011YN
Workshop on Redesigning the Consumer Expenditure Surveys: Issues in Implementing Change in a Complex Survey Bowie, C.2011YN
Discussion of Methodology/cognitive Issues and the Proposed RedesignsKulka, R2011YN
Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyCantor, D., S. Schneider, and B. Edwards2011YN
Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyMathiowetz, N., K. Olson, and C. Kennedy2011YY
Issues in Implementing Change in a Complex SurveyBowie, C.2011YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Design Workshop: Discussion of Methodological/Cognitive Issues and Proposed RedesignsKulka, R.2011YY
A Macro Perspective on the Consumer Expenditure Survey RedesignMcCully, C.2011YY
Assessing Proposed CE Redesign Options: Implications for Academic Economic ResearchStephens, M.2011YY
Redesign Options for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyCantor, D., S. Schneider, and B. Edwards2011YY
CE Survey Methods Symposium Program BRPD2012YN
Redesigning the BLS Consumer Expenditure Surveys; Challenges With OpportunitiesDillman, D.2012YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey RedesignDowney, K.2012YY
Redesigning the BLS Consumer Expenditure Surveys: NAS Panel House, C.2012YY
Overview of Gemini Project Downey, K.2012YY
Experiments in Reducing Measurement Error Through Cross-Survey Imputation: Preliminary Findings for Diary to Interview Survey Imputations Paulin, G.2012YY
Consumer Expenditure Survey Research HighlightsSafir, A.2012YY
Gemini Data Users Impact Team Final ReportPassero, B., B. Creech, L. Erhard, A. Reichenberger, and A. Safir2014YN
Comparison of Consumer Expenditure Survey DesignsTo, N., J. Davis, and B. Creech2011YN
Results from the Individual Diaries Feasibility Test for the Consumer Expenditure Diary SurveyElkin, I., B. Kopp, B. McBride, and L. Tan2015YN
Getting the most from Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) tablesZwileneff, N.2017NN
Consumer Expenditures Midyear Updates July 2014 - June 2015Bureau of Labor Statistics2016NN
Consumer Expenditure Annual Updates 2015Bureau of Labor Statistics2016NN
Comparing characteristics and expenditures of consumer units in selected income rangesBureau of Labor Statistics2006NN
Spending by Asian familiesBureau of Labor Statistics2005NN
Household healthcare spending in 2014Foster, A.2016NN
Eating and drinking in Miami: Consumer Expenditures, 2010-2014Dotson, M.2016NN
How does the variability of Consumer Expenditure data impact your analysis?Cobet, A.2017NN
Understanding the Relationship: CE Survey and PCEPassero, W., T. Garner, and C. McCully2013NN
What the Consumer Expenditure Survey tells us about mortgage instruments before and after the housing collapseWilson, T.2016NN
The Consumer Expenditure Survey redesign initiativeSafir, A., J. Ryan, L. Erhard, L. Jilk, and L. Tan2016YN
High-income Household Spending And The Economic RecoveryCobet, A.2014NN
New Estimates Of Personal Taxes In Consumer Expenditure SurveyCobet, A.2015NN
How do United States consumer expenditures compare with the United Kingdom and Japan?Creech, B.2017NN
Reconciling User Costs and Rental Equivalence: Evidence from the U.S. Consumer Expenditure SurveyGarner, T., and R. Verbrugge2009NN
Creating a Consistent Poverty Measure over Time Using NAS Procedures: 1996-2005Garner, T., and K. Short2008NN
Household Spending Patterns: A Comparison of Four Census RegionsYocum, C.2007NN
The Puzzling Divergence of U.S. Rents and User Costs, 1980-2004: Summary and ExtensionsGarner, T., and R. Verbrugge2007NN
Setting and Updating Modern Poverty ThresholdsGarner, T., and D. Betson2010NN
Note on Standard Errors and Other Relevant Statistics of Experimental Poverty Thresholds Produced at the Bureau of Labor Statistics: 2006 to 2008Garner, T.2010NN
Developing an Online Mode for the Consumer Expenditure Diary SurveyElkin, I., N. To, and D. Williams2017YY
Mortgage Composition and Risk EvaluationWilson, T.2017NY
Comparing Economic Status of Pre-Recession Millennials to Post-Recession ‘September 11ths’Paulin, G.2017NY
Trade-offs in Parental Spending on Children: Apparel vs. EducationRojas, A.2017NY
Calculating Inputs for the NBER TAXSIM model, using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) Public Use Microdata (PUMD)Curtin, S.2017NN
Hunting for Auxiliary Variables in the Census Planning Database Tract FileKnappenberger, C., A. Rojas, and L. Tan2017YY
Evaluating the Impact of Eliminating a Bounding InterviewMcBride, B., and J. Dixon2017NY
Enhancing Data Quality Using Expenditure RecordsAbdirizak, S., L. Erhard, Y. AngiLee, and B. McBride2017YY
Welcome to the CE Survey Methods SymposiumKrishnamurty, P.2017YY
The Impact of Record Use in the CE Interview SurveyWilson, T.2017NY
Online Diaries for Everyone: Data Quality, Device Usage and Compliance with Personal Expenditure DiariesWilliams, D., and H. Sun2017YY
Incentives in the CE Interview Survey: Present Findings and Future ResearchElkin, I.2017YY
Finding the Value of Electronic Records in the CEYu, E.2017YY
Evaluating Respondents' Burden via Indirect Indicators of Data Quality: Item vs. Index ScoresYang, D.2017YY
Developing a Data Quality Profile for the Consumer Expenditure Survey - Survey Methods SymposiumLee, A., V. Crain, S. Fricker, E. Hubener, C. Knappenberger, B. Kopp, J. Sullivan, and L. Tan.2017YY
Monetary Incentives in the Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey: An Assessment of Data QualityElkin, I., B. Steinberg, and B. McBride2017YY
Improving diary keeping of daily expenditures with online diariesErhard, L., and B. McBride2017YY
Factors that Affect Reporting in Online and Personal DiariesMcBride, B.2017YY
Evaluating Quality in CE's Proof of Concept TestErhard L., S. Abdirizak, A. Lee, and B. McBride2017YY
Developing a Data Quality Profile for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyLee, A., V. Crain, S. Fricker, E. Hubener, C. Knappenberger, B. Kopp, J. Sullivan, and L. Tan.2017YY
Statistical Examination of Rounding Tendencies in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyWilson, T.2017NY
Proof of Concept Test for the Consumer Expenditure Survey (part 3 of 3): Results on Interview and Diary Expenditure Reports and Data QualityAbdirizak, S., A. Lee, and B. McBride2017YN
CE Online Diary Usability Testing ReportWilliams, D., and H. Sun2017YN
Electronic Desktop Diary Design Improvements ReportMaitland, A. and D. Williams2016YN
A comparison of the characteristics and spending patterns of Food Stamp recipients and nonrecipientsBureau of Labor Statistics2000NN
Characteristics and spending patterns of consumer units in the lowest 10 percent of the expenditure distributionBureau of Labor Statistics2001NN
Computer Ownership Up Sharply in the 1990sBureau of Labor Statistics1999NN
Consumer Spending on Traveling for PleasureBureau of Labor Statistics1999NN
Consumer Spending Patterns Differ by RegionBureau of Labor Statistics2002NN
The Consumer Expenditure Survey Data Quality Profile (Prototype Iteration 2)Hubener, E., C. Knappenberger, J. Sullivan, and L. Tan2017YN
Expenditures on Public TransportationBureau of Labor Statistics1999NN
Health Expenditures and the Aging PopulationBureau of Labor Statistics1997NN
Housing expendituresBureau of Labor Statistics2002NN
Spending Patterns By AgeBureau of Labor Statistics2000NN
Spending Patterns of High-income HouseholdsBureau of Labor Statistics1998NN
Standard Errors in the 2016 Consumer Expenditure SurveySwanson, D.2017NN
What the Nation Spends on Health Care: A Regional ComparisonBureau of Labor Statistics1999NN
Consumer Expenditures in 1999Bureau of Labor Statistics2001NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2000Bureau of Labor Statistics2002NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2001Bureau of Labor Statistics2003NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2002Bureau of Labor Statistics2004NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2003Bureau of Labor Statistics2005NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2004Bureau of Labor Statistics2006NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2005Bureau of Labor Statistics2007NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2006Bureau of Labor Statistics2008NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2007Bureau of Labor Statistics2009NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2008Bureau of Labor Statistics2010NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2009Bureau of Labor Statistics2011NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2010Bureau of Labor Statistics2012NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2011Bureau of Labor Statistics2013NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2012Bureau of Labor Statistics2014NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2013Bureau of Labor Statistics2015NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2014Bureau of Labor Statistics2016NN
Consumer Expenditures in 2015Bureau of Labor Statistics2017NN
Consumer Expenditure Survey Anthology, 2003Bureau of Labor Statistics2003NN
Consumer Expenditure Survey Anthology, 2005Bureau of Labor Statistics2005NN
Consumer Expenditure Survey Anthology, 2011Bureau of Labor Statistics2011NN
Consumer Expenditure Survey Biennial Report, 2004-2005Bureau of Labor Statistics2008NN
Consumer Expenditure Survey Biennial Report, 2006-2007Bureau of Labor Statistics2010NN
Food-at-Home Expenditures: Comparing Commercial Household Scanner Data From IRI and Government Survey DataSweitzer, M., D. Brown, S. Karns, M. Muth, P. Siegel, and C. Zhen2017NN
How much does out-of-pocket medical spending eat away at retirement income?McInerney, M., M. Rutledge, and S. E. King2017NN
Is There a Retirement Crisis? Examining Retirement Planning in the Household and Government SectorsBiggs, A.2017NN
Expenditures on cellular phone services have increased significantly since 2007Creech, B.2016NN
Identifying the Poor: Poverty Measurement for the United States 1996 to 2005Garner, T., and K. Short2010NN
A closer look at spending patterns of older AmericansFoster, A2016NN
Statistical Examination of Rounding Tendencies in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyWilson, T., and S. Abdirizak2017YN
Using gasoline data to explain inelasticityEitches, E., and V. Crain2016NN
Program participation and spending patterns of families receiving government means-tested assistanceFoster, A., and A. Rojas2018NN
Evolution of a Phoenix: Re-engineering the Survey of Income and Program ParticipationFields, J.2012YY
Reducing Nonresponse Bias through Responsive Design and External BenchmarksLee, J.2012YY
Expenditures on Children by Lino, M2010YY
Redesign of the Canadian Survey of Household SpendingGubreuil, G., J. Lynch, J. Tremblay and M. Lemire 2011YY
Living Costs and Food SurveyHorsfield, G.2011YY
The EU harmonization of the Household Budget Surveys: State of play and future developmentsBorg, B.2011YY
Does giving people their preferred survey mode actually increase survey participation rates?Olson, K., J Smyth, and H. Woods2011YY
BRDIS Reporting Tools Facilitating the reporting processHough, R.2011YY
National Postsecondary Student Aid StudyWine, J., and J. Riccobono2011YY
Energy Records in lieu of Bills and Self Reports: Optimizing data utility, quality and burden in the Residential Energy Consumption SurveyO'Brien, E.2011YY
Combining Information from Multiple Surveys: Examples with NCHS SurveysSchenker, N., and V. Parsons2011YY
Using Multiple Data Sources and Methods to Improve Estimates in SurveysTucker, C.2011YY
Integrating Varied Data Needs Into a Single Data CollectionAune, D.2011YY
SIPP Core and Topical Modules Organization and IssuesFields, J.2011YY
Collection of hierarchical information in the family section of the National Health Interview SurveyGentleman, J.2011YY
Applying Event History Methods in a National Panel: The Design and Use of Event History Calendars in the Panel Study of Income DynamicsBeaule, A., and F. Stafford2011YY
Re-engineering the SIPP: Creating the SIPP-EHCFields, J.2011YY
Design of the National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase SurveyCole, N.2011YY
Personal Diary and Survey Methodologies for Health and Environmental Data CollectionKizakevich, P.2011YY
Nielsen Life360 ApproachBailey, J.2011YY
Ideas for Change: New Designs & Data Collection TechnologiesSafir, A.2011YY
Understanding Consumers: The Nielsen Perspective…Link, M.2011YY
Potential Topics for Study in Evaluating Uses of External Administrative Data for the Consumer Expenditure SurveysEltinge, J.2011YY
Testimony to CNSTAT Panel on CE RedesignCarroll, C.2011YY
Split QuestionnaireBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Recall PeriodBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Proxy ReportingBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Interview StructureBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Global QuestionsBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Introduction for Consumer Expenditure Surveys Methods WorkshopBureau of Labor Statistics2010YN
Considerations Regarding the Use of Global Survey QuestionsBeatty, P.2010YN
Considerations Regarding the Use of Global Survey Questions PresentationBeatty, P.2010YY
Self vs. Proxy Reporting in the Consumer Expenditure Survey Mathiowetz, N.2010YN
Self vs. Proxy Reporting in the Consumer Expenditure Survey PresentationMathiowetz, N.2010YY
Expenditures on Children By FamiliesLino, M.2010YY
Three Questions About Consumer Spending and the Middle ClassBernstein, J.2010YY
The Use of Utility Bills as an Information Retrieval Aid in the American Housing SurveyCarter, G.2010YY
The Burden of Proof: Panel Attrition and Record Usage on the Medicare Current Beneficiary SurveyHubbard, R., and B. Edwards2010YY
For Clueless Consumers, Can Records Improve Data Quality?O'Brien, E.2010YY
Is it worth the effort? Respondent record use on the British Household Panel StudyLaurie, H., and N. Moon2010YY
Integrating Multi-modes VR, Web, PaperHicks, W., M. Laidlaw, J. Shepherd, and M. Friedman2010YY
Results of a Pilot Test: Smartphone-Enabled, Full-Probability PanelHill, C.2010YY
mCASI: Survey for Mobile Devices Kalu, O.2010YY
Nielsen Homescan and Life360 TechnologiesLink, M.2010YY
A Mobile Technologies System for Collecting and Managing Study Data Medeiros, D.2010YY
Re-engineered SIPP: Progress UpdateFields, J.2010YY
Redesign Considerations for the NSDUH Jones, M.2010YY
Redesigning the NHES Zuckerberg, A.2010YY
OPLC Requirements for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyPassero, B., J. Ryan, R. Cage, S. Stanley, and T. Garner2013YN
A Comparison of Consumer Expenditure Surveys: HandoutTo, N., and B. McBride2013YN
Overview of the Proposed CE RedesignErhard, L.2013YY
Welcome and Logistics; Overview of CE ResearchSafir, A.2012YY
Converting the National Household Education Survey from RDD/CATI to ABS/MailZuckerberg, A.2012YY
National Crime Victimization Survey PresentationLynch, J.2012YY
NSDUH Redesign Kennet, J.2012YY
Calculating State Weights for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyKing, S.2017NN
Use with Caution: Interpreting Consumer Expenditure income group dataWilson, T., and V. Crain2017NN
More than 75 Percent of American Households Own ComputersCreech, B.2008NN
Expenditures of urban and rural households in 2011Hawk, W.2013NN
Spending on pets: “Tails” from the Consumer Expenditure SurveyHenderson, S.2013NN
Income and spending patterns among Black householdsNoel, R.2014NN
Americans’ aging autosPfirrmann-Powell, R.2014NN
Investigating the Use of Administrative Records in the Consumer Expenditure SurveyBrummet, Q., D. Flanagan-Doyle, J. Mitchell, and J. Voorheis2017YN
A Household Survey Perspective on Re-Engineering an Establishment SurveySafir, A.2018YY
Consumer spending by state: BLS puts New Jersey to the testWilson, T.2018NN
Controlling for Prices before Estimating SPM Thresholds and the Impact on SPM Poverty StatisticsGarner, T., and J. Munoz Henao2018NY
Moving Towards a User-Friendly DiaryAbdirizak, S.2018NY
Proof of Concept Test for the Consumer Expenditure Survey: Results on Respondent Cooperation, Select Interview and Diary Characteristics, and Respondent ExperienceErhard, L., Y. Lee, B. McBride, S. Park, and L. Tan2018YN
R: Innovating at the Bureau of Labor StatisticsRojas, A.2018NY
Consumer Spending in 2010Bureau of Labor Statistics2011NN
CPI Outlet Frame Survey RedesignSaxton, M.2018YY
Creating a redesigned questionnaire for the Consumer Expenditure Survey using ColecticaKrishnamurty, P.2018YY
How Consumers Used the 2009 Economic Recovery Payments of $250Paulin, G.2011NN
Household energy spending: two surveys comparedBureau of Labor Statistics2010NN
Health Care Spending: 1998, 2003, and 2008Bureau of Labor Statistics2010NN
Developing a Model Based Approach to Identifying and Correcting Misclassified DataKnappenberger, C.2018NN
Results from The Incentives Field Test for The Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyElkin, I., B. McBride, and B. Steinberg2018YN
Implementing DDI to Document the Consumer Expenditure SurveysNoel, R. and P. Krishnamurty2018YY
A Comparison of CE and PSID Expenditure Data: 1999–2011Creech, B.2015NN
An Introduction to the CE Gemini RedesignKrishnamurty, P.2018YY
Comparing Global questions and answers to results from detailed specific questions: Data on Food Expenditures from the Consumer Expenditure Survey, 1998 - 2016Henderson, S.2017NN
Exploring monetary incentives and respondent burden in the Consumer Expenditure Interview SurveyLee, A., and C. Knappenberger2018YY
Making Audit Trails Accessible for the CE Quarterly Interview SurveyKopp, B., A. Lee, and L. Tan2018YY
Modeling Topics in Survey Interviewer NotesMartinez, W., and T. Savitsky 2018NY
Out-of-pocket health care expenditures: a comparisonFoster, A.2010NN
The Effects of Power Transformations on Consumer Expenditure Survey DataWilson, T.2018NN
Results from a Test of Online Modes for the Consumer Expenditure Diary SurveyElkin, I., D. Williams, and H. Sun2018YY
Revising the CE Surveys to Collect OutletsYu, E.2018YY
The CEQ Worksheet: A Respondent Tool for Streamlining the Interview Experience and Improving Data QualityTo, N., and A. Lee2018YY
The Good, The Bad, and The Online DiariesElkin, I.2018YY
The Retirement-Consumption Puzzle: New Evidence from Personal Finances Olafsson, A. and M. Pagel2018NN
Veblen Goods and Urban Distinction: The Economic Geography of Conspicuous Consumption, A Survey of 21 CitiesCurrid-Halkett, E., H. Lee, and G. Painter2017NN
Weighting in the 2010’sSteinberg, B. and S. Reyes-Morales2018NY
United States Dietary Recommendations and Grocery Spending: A Cohort AnalysisWilson, L. and O. Ozturk2018NY
Just what do we actually know about household spending on transportation services and how are they changing in the 21st Century?Peters, J., D. King, C. Gordon, and N. Santiago2018NY
Tracking Changes in Ride-hailing/Ride-sharing ExpendituresPoyer, D.2018NY
Submitting a Monthly Labor Review ArticleSchau, T.2018NY
Sneak Peek: Where are we going this year and beyond?Henderson, S.2018NY
Sampling Methods and Derivation of Sampling WeightsNix, B.2018NY
Regional Household Spending Using the Consumer Spending Microdata to Estimate Household Spending and Buying Power at Any Level of RegionalityConte, M.2018NY
Project 9: Generating Weighted Average Annual Calendar Year Education ExpenditureWilson, T.2018NY
Price stickiness along the income distribution and the effects of monetary policyCravino, J., T. Lan, and A. Levchenko2018NY
Project 4: Using the Diary Survey to get a complete educational expenditureCobet, A.2018NY
Project 3: Adding More Detail About ExpendituresCobet, A.2018NY
Power Transformations for Consumer Expenditure DataWilson, T.2018NY
Overview of the CE Surveys ProgramSafir, A.2018NY
Consumer Expenditure (CE) Public-Use Microdata (PUMD) File StructureRojas, A.2018NY
Marginal Propensity to ConsumeHe, Z.2018NY
Consumer Expenditure Surveys Public-Use Microdata(PUMD) OverviewChoi, J.2018NY
Imputation and Allocation of CE DataKnappenberger, C.2018NY
The Impact of In-kind Food Benefit Increase on Consumption: Evidence from the SNAPLan, Y.2018NY
Consumption Pattern of the Middle Class Household: Using Consumer Expenditure SurveyLee, R.2018NY
State Weights for the Consumer Expenditure SurveyWilson, T.2018NY
Testing stochastic rationality and normality of demand with unobserved heterogeneity and endogenous expenditures: the case of two goodsNchare, K.2018NY
Balancing Respondent Confidentiality and Data User NeedsCobet, A.2018NY
Investigating the Imputation of Assets and Liabilities in the CE Interview SurveyPaulin, G.2018NY
Consumer Expenditures Vary By Age Foster, A.2015NN
Spending Habits of Urban Consumers and “Blue-Collar” Consumers Living in Urban Areas, 1984 and 2015Church, J.2017NN
Hispanic Household Spending in 2015Foster, A.2015NN
Housing and Expenditures: Before, During, and After the BubblePaulin, G.2018NN
Tradeoffs in the Expenditure Patterns of Families with ChildrenHubener, E., Rojas, A., and Tseng, N.2018NN
Families of Working Wives Spending More on Services, NondurablesJacobs, E., Shipp, S., Brown, G.1989NN
Sales Tax in CE DataJohnson-Cox, B.2018NY

1 A paper or presentation affiliated with the CE Gemini Redesign Project.
2 A presentation by CE or CE-affiliated staff using CE data.

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