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(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 ...
(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 ...
(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 ...
(Cornell Chronicle, 2007-12-21)After eight-and-a-half years at the helm of the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER), John M. Abowd is stepping down and devoting himself full time to his own teaching and research. Abowd, the Edmund ...
(Cornell Chronicle, 2009-07-27)A new National Science Foundation grant awarded to two ILR School researchers will create a Social Science Gateway to TeraGrid -- the NSF's national supercomputing infrastructure.