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(2017-05-22)With each decennial census for the last 40-50 years, the question of whether the Census Bureau provided confidential data to facilitate the evacuation and relocation of the Japanese Americans during World War II (i.e., the ...
Final and Cumulative Annual Report for Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Grant G-2015-13903 “The Economics of Socially-Efficient Privacy and Confidentiality Management for Statistical Agencies” (2019-05)Goal: To study the economics of socially efficient protocols for managing research databases containing private information. Metrics 1. At least four peer-reviewed articles that are published in journals read by ...
(2019-03-04)The Fundamental Law of Information Reconstruction, a.k.a. the Database Reconstruction Theorem, exposes a vulnerability in the way statistical agencies have traditionally published data. But it also exposes the same ...
(Presented at the BITSS Annual Meeting 2018 and available at the Open Science Foundation website, 2018-12-10)Published reproductions or replications of economics research are rare. However, recent years have seen increased recognition of the important role of replication in the scientific endeavor. We describe and ...
Why the Economics Profession Cannot Cede the Discussion of Privacy Protection to Computer Scientists (Presented at the Allied Social Science Association Meeting 2019, 2019-01-05)When Google or the U.S. Census Bureau publish detailed statistics on browsing habits or neighborhood characteristics, some privacy is lost for everybody while supplying public information. To date, economists have not ...