3 edition of BLS seasonal factor method, 1966 found in the catalog.
BLS seasonal factor method, 1966
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Written in English
|Other titles||Seasonal factor method, 1966.|
|LC Classifications||HA33 .U48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||66062628|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. BLS seasonal factor method, [Washington, ] (OCoLC) The Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes data and The BLS Seasonal Factor Method OW.
Irregularly Book Reviews and Notes; Current Labor Statistics. Occupational Outlook Quarterly. $1 Quarterly Contains articles on developments affecting employment opportunities, summaries. The BLS Seasonal Factor Method () Price. Free.
Description of strategy -and rationale of BLS seasonal factor method BLS method for adjustment of monthly data for seasonal factors; application of seasonal factor method by electronic computer.
Brief History of the American Labor Movement (Bulletin ) edition $ Major PeriodicalsMonthly. The. The Census and BLS historical seasonal factors are almost identical to those from a simpler model using ratios to a centered term moving average.
Soon, the Bureau was allocated $, to collect nationwide data on the cost of living. Conducted in –19, the survey cove families in 92 cities in 42 States. The results were published in the Monthly Labor Review in May Shortly thereafter, the Bureau issued its first comprehensive set of cost-of-living indexes for the.
The BLS Handbook of Methods presents detailed explanations of how the Bureau of Labor Statistics obtains and prepares the economic data it publishes. BLS statistics are used for many purposes, and sometimes dataFile Size: 2MB. Page 69 - The number of sample establishments allocated to each stratum is approximately proportional to the stratum employment.
Each sampled establishment is selected within a stratum with a probability proportional to its employment. Use of this technique means that the larger an establishment's employment, the greater its chance of selection.
(Bureau of Labor Statistics, ). 4 Consumer Prices in the United States,Bulletin (Bureau of Labor Statistics, ). 5 “ Changing the Homeownership Component of the Consumer Price Index to Rental Equivalence,” cpi Detailed Report, Januarypp.
repricing essentially the same market basket of goods. (2) The BLS seasonal factor method is discussed, but not the widely used Census seasonal adjustment program. (3) The entry for "Chebyshev's Theorem" first explains the inequality for a ran-dom variable. It then continues, "When applied to actual data," This wording is an awkward transition to the nonprobability case of a set of observations.
Full text of "ERIC ED BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies." See other formats. BLS Handbook of Methods for Surveys and Studies: Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No.
by United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Abstract. This chapter deals with the causes and characteristics of seasonality. For gradual changes in seasonality whether of a stochastic or a deterministic type, various models have been proposed that can be grouped into two broad categories: (1) models that assume that the generating process of seasonality varies only in amplitude and (2) models that assume Author: Estela Bee Dagum, Silvia Bianconcini.
Consumer Price Index: Seasonal adjustment factors for use with the All Urban Consumer indexes-Continued (calculated with data through December ) Item and group Seasonal factors Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sep. The Bureau of Labor Statistics seasonal factor method / ([Washington]: U.S.
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These data were for three major sectors of the US economy: the private business sector, the private non-farm business sector and manufacturing; they covered the years to The econometric analysis of seasonal time series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Nerlove, M. A comparison of a modified Hannan and the BLS seasonal adjustment filters.
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() The first two terms in () are the counterparts of univariate E-S applied to the first series of X. The last term is a correction factor arising from the estimated change in the level of the second series between time t and time (t+1).
The weight attached to the correction factor is determined by the off-diagonal element A^ of the Cited by:. Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration speciﬁcation of research question, review of relevant literature, and choice of data source.
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