AEASTAT: 2010 Annual Meeting

Sessions for AEA Committee on Economic Statistics, 2010 ASSA meetings

Sessions at ASSA meetings, Atlanta, GA—January 2010

Measuring Labor and Wage Dynamics with Administrative Data
Presiding: V. Joseph Hotz (Duke University)

Measuring Employment Transitions and Mass Layoffs with Administrative Data
    Kenneth Couch (University of Connecticut)
    Dana Placzek (Connecticut Department of Labor)
Understanding Earnings Instability: A Comparison of Measures Based on Survey and Administrative Reports
    Kristin McCue (U.S. Census Bureau)
    Sule Selik (University of Houston)
    Chinhui Juhn (University of Houston)
    Jesse Thompson (University of Houston)
Localized Shocks, Job Displacement and Wages: Evidence from Mexico
    Raymond Robertson (Macalester College)
    David Kaplan (World Bank)
    Xi Luo (Macalester College)
Internal and External Job Mobility and Wages: Does It Matter?
    Till von Wachter (Columbia University)
    Thomass Bauer (RWI Essen)
    Stefan Bender (Institute for Employment Research)
    Melissa Tartari (Yale University)
    David Ribar (University of North Carolina-Greensboro)

Measuring Cognition and Linking it to Economic Outcomes
Presiding: David Laibson (Harvard University)

Stock Market Crash and Expectations of American Households
    Peter Hudomiet (University of Michigan)
    Gabor Kezdi (Central European University)
    Robert J. Willis (University of Michigan)
Financial Literacy, Financial Sophistication and Financial Outcomes: Developments in Measurement and Decision-Making
    Annamaria Lusardi (Dartmouth College)
    Olivia S. Mitchell (University of Pennsylvania)
Cognition, Medicare Spending and Mortality Among the Elderly
    Helen Levy (University of Michigan)
    Stephen Zeldes (Columbia University)
    Brigitte Madrian (Harvard University)
    David Howard (Emory University)

Measuring Intangible Capital (To be published in the Papers and Proceedings)
Presiding: John Haltiwanger (University of Maryland)

Measuring Intangible Assets in the US Since the 1950s
    Carol Corrado (Conference Board)
    Charles R. Hulten (University of Maryland)
Using Double-Blind Surveys to Measure Firms' Management and Organizational Practices
    Nick Bloom (Stanford University)
    John van Reenen (London School of Economics)
Constructing National Accounts when Theatrical Movies are a Capital Asset
    Rachel Soloveichik (Bureau of Economic Analysis)
    Kathryn Shaw (Stanford University)
    Stan Liebowitz (University of Texas)
    Barbara Fraumeni (University of Southern Maine)