Benjamin Cerf
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STEM training and early career outcomes of female and male graduate students: Evidence from UMETRICS data linked to the 2010 census
C Buffington, B Cerf, C Jones, BA Weinberg
American Economic Review 106 (5), 333-338, 2016
Likely transgender individuals in US federal administrative records and the 2010 Census
BC Harris
Washington, DC: US Census Bureau, 2015
Sexual orientation, income, and stress at work
B Cerf
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 55 (4), 546-575, 2016
Expanding school choice through open enrolment: Lessons from british columbia
J Friesen, B Harris, SD Woodcock
CD Howe Institute Commentary, 2015
Within and across county variation in SNAP misreporting: Evidence from linked ACS and administrative records
B Cerf Harris
US Census Bureau CARRA Working Paper 5, 2014
Local labor demand and program participation dynamics: evidence from New York SNAP administrative records
E Scherpf, B Cerf
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 38 (2), 394-425, 2019
Open enrolment and student achievement
B Cerf, J Friesen, S Woodcock
Inequality, community participation, and the allocation of collective profits
J Alix‐Garcia, BC Harris
Economics & Politics 26 (2), 285-308, 2014
The Use of Blended Data to Improve Public Assistance Programs: Results from a Partnership between the US Census Bureau, USDA, and State Program Agencies
B Cerf, TB Foster, RM Shattuck
International Journal of Population Data Science 3 (5), 2018
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