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Items updated August 29, 2003.

Davidson Data Center and Network (DDCN) (William Davidson Institute, Univeristy of Michigan)
William Davidson Institute c/o DDCN
724 E. University Avenue
Wyly Hall, 1st Floor
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 USA
Phone: 734.615.4566
Fax: 734.763.5850
E-mail Address:
Macroeconomics and Growth; Monetary Data; Fiscal Data; Prices; Finance and Banking; Labor Force, Employment and Earnings; External Sector Data; Enterprises and Privatization; Poverty and Income Inequality; Population and Social Indicators; Science and Technology; Economic Sectors; Governance and Anti-Corruption; Individual and Household Level Data; Labor Force Surveys; Household Budget Surveys; Census Data; Public Opinion Surveys; Other Surveys; Administrative Records; Firm Level Data; Enterprise Surveys; Bank Surveys; Other Firm Surveys; Administrative Data. The Davidson Data Center and Network (DDCN) is a repository and locator for data from transition and emerging market economies. The primary sources of data made available through the DDCN are individual faculty members and other researchers who study transition and emerging market economies and are willing to share their data for secondary analysis. The DDCN also serves as a portal to data from other research institutes, multilateral organizations, and commercial vendors. All data available for downloading directly from the DDCN are free of charge; however, the DDCN's archive does point to data available at other institutions which may charge a fee either for their data or delivery services. Researchers from thirty-six key international organizations and academic institutions which focus on transition and emerging market issues have already agreed to cooperate as part of the Davidson Data Center's Network. By agreeing to deposit data sets with the Davidson Data Center, the depositor is entitled to Network membership

Social Security History, Reports and Studies (U.S. Social Security Administration)
A wide variety of reports on Social Security, including: Reports of the Committee on Economic Security; Unpublished Report on Health Insurance of the CES; Report of the 1935 House Ways & Means Hearings; The National Commission on Social Security (1981); Greenspan Commission Report ; Report of the Boskin Commission on the CPI; CRS Report: Major Decisions in the House and Senate Chambers on Social Security: 1935-1985; CRS REPORT: Summary of Major Changes in the Social Security Cash Benefits Program.

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