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Determinants of survey and biomarker participation #AAPOR #MRX  

prezzie #1: consent to biomarker data collection

  • blood pressure, grip strength, balance, blood spot collection, saliva collection,
  • agreeement ranged from 70% to 92%
  • used the Big 5 personality test, agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness, self control…
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Marketing Research

Thoughts regarding the Consumer Price Index Reports

Each month, the Conference Board, a research organization, surveys a number of U.S. households. The survey asks only five questions:

  1. Their opinion on current business conditions…
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Economic

Is Washington Fabricating the Economic Data?

   By Clint Siegner – Re-Blogged From http://www.moneymetals.com

Bureaucrats in the U.S.S.R. kept issuing glowing economic reports right up until the Soviet state collapsed. Of course, many snickered at those reports for years. 420 more words

GDP & Employment

Moderate Economic Expansion

“Despite a virtual 100 mph headwind, payrolls still managed to get off the runway.  That’s the theme for January’s employment report, for which the U.S. 617 more words

Is the decline in the US participation rate a result of secular stagnation?

One question I struggled with in my book was how secular stagnation would manifest itself. Would the unemployment rate stay perniciously high? Or would the symptoms be subtler: a low unemployment rate, for instance, combined with a low participation rate? 473 more words

Immigration and Employment

David Frum at the Atlantic believes that immigrants really do take jobs from native born Americans, and he states it in the most alarming way possible: 386 more words

Financial

12 Dec 2014 (TheAge) - Australia's unemployment rate rises despite record new jobs - hits 6.3 percent, highest in 12 years

(12 Dec 2014, The Age, p8, Mark Mulligan)

‘Australia’s unemployment rate rose slightly, to 6.3 per cent, in November, despite the creation of more than 40,000 jobs during the month. 52 more words

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