Income Data for Policy Analysis: A Comparative Assessment of Eight Surveys. Issues in using Allocation


The choice of an allocation method or an overall strategy of allocation can have implications for the quality of income data. One example emerged in Chapter IV with our discussion of inconsistencies between family income and the sum of family members’ earnings in the NHIS. Another grows out of our study of rounding.

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