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  • What Is a Privacy-Loss Budget and How Is It Used to Design Privacy Protection for a Confidential Database? 

    Abowd, John M. (2018-02-01)
    Webinar for Privacy Day 2018, Sponsored by the ASA Committee on Privacy and Confidentiality. For statistical agencies, the Big Bang event in disclosure avoidance occurred in 2003 when Irit Dinur and Kobbi Nissim, two ...
  • CU-led consortium will test new confidential methods to mine census data 

    Steele, Bill (Cornell Chronicle, 2004-10-07)
    With modern computing power, data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Internal Revenue Service, law enforcement agencies and other branches of government can be combined to answer important public policy questions. The trick ...
  • Named Professorships 

    Unknown author (Cornell Chronicle, 2002-03-14)
    John M. Abowd, professor of labor economics in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations and director of the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER), was named the Edmund Ezra Day Professor of Industrial ...
  • NSF grant and new technology help CU-led project mine census data 

    Myers, Linda (Cornell Chronicle, 2000-03-09)
    A gold mine of information collected by the U.S. Bureau of the Census but previously inaccessible to researchers could be used to tackle a range of social issues, according to John M. Abowd, professor of labor economics ...
  • Professor Promotes Student Use of Peer-Reviewed Papers 

    Carlson, Scott (Chronicle of Higher Education, 2003-03-07)
    A report released last month shows that students in a course at Cornell University have generally used fewer scholarly materials in their library research in the past six years. But the professor who teaches the course ...

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