May 20, 2015

CSSRR Sociology–May 20, 2015

Filed under: S. Other Reports, Articles,Sociology — admin @ 3:22 pm

Demographic Research Article: “The Gompertz force of mortality in terms of the modal age at death,” by Trifon I. Missov, Adam Lenart, Laszlo Nemeth, Vladimir Canudas-Romo, and James W. Vaupel (Vol. 32, Article 36, May 2015, .pdf format, p. 1031-1048).


CSSRR Health–May 20, 2015

Filed under: H. US Govt. Pub,Health — admin @ 3:21 pm

US National Center for Health Statistics Report, Data Brief:

A. “Maternal Morbidity for Vaginal and Cesarean Deliveries, According to Previous Cesarean History: New Data From the Birth Certificate, 2013,” by Sally C. Curtin, Kimberly D. Gregory, Lisa M. Korst, and Sayeedha F.G. Uddin (National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 64, No. 4, May 2015, .pdf format, 13p.).


B. “Association Between Diagnosed ADHD and Selected Characteristics Among Children Aged 4–17 Years: United States, 2011–2013,” by Patricia N. Pastor, Cynthia A. Reuben, Catherine R. Duran, and LaJeana D. Hawkins (Data Brief No. 201, May 2015, .pdf and HTML format, 8p.).


CSSRR Health–May 20, 2015

Filed under: H. Tables of Contents,Health — admin @ 3:20 pm

Table of Contents: Check your library for print/electronic availability.

Global Public Health (Vol. 10, Nos. 5 & 6, 2015).


Research in Nursing & Health (Vol. 38, No. 3, June 2015).


CSSRR Economics–May 20, 2015

Filed under: E. US Govt. Pub,Economics — admin @ 3:19 pm

US Bureau of Labor Statistics Article: “The de-licensing of occupations in the United States,” by Robert J. Thornton and Edward J. Timmons (Monthly Labor Review, May 2015, .pdf format, 19p.).


CSSRR Economics–May 20, 2015

Filed under: E. NGO and Other Countries,Economics — admin @ 3:19 pm


Statistics Indonesia Report: “Manufacturing Industrial Indicator Indonesia 2013,” (May 2015, .pdf format, 137p.).



United Nations:

Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Brief: “From goals and targets to indicators: Understanding the SDG process,” (Stat Brief No. 8, May 2015, .pdf format, 4p.).


CSSRR Economics–May 20, 2015

Filed under: E. Working Papers,Economics — admin @ 3:18 pm

Banque de France:


NEW: 554 “Asymmetric shocks in a currency union: The role of central bank collateral policy,” by Francois Koulischer.

553 “Employment effects of foreign direct investment. New Evidence from Central and Eastern European Countries,” by Cristina Jude and Monica Ioana Pop Solaghi.

552 “Wealth Effects on Consumption across the Wealth Distribution: Empirical Evidence,” by Luc Arrondel, Pierre Lamarche and Frederique Savignac.

551 “Demand learning and firm dynamics: evidence from exporters,” by Nicolas Berman, Vincent Rebeyrol and Vincent Vicard.

550 “For a Few Dollars More: Reserves and Growth in Times of Crises,” by Matthieu Bussiere, Gong Cheng, Menzie Chinn and Noemie Lisack.


De Nederlandsche Bank:


NEW: 472 “The formation of European inflation expectations: One learning rule does not fit all,” by Christina Strobach and Carin van der Cruijsen.

471 “Changing payment patterns at point-of-sale: their drivers,” by Carin van der Cruijsen and Mirjam Plooij.


Deutsche Bundesbank:


Discussion Paper:

NEW: Discussion paper 07/2015 “Imperfect information about financial frictions and consequences for the business cycle,” by Josef Hollmayr and Michael Kuhl.

Discussion paper 06/2015 “Fiscal austerity, unemployment and family firms,” by Zsuzsa Munkacsi.


Narodowy Bank Polski/National Bank of Poland: The National Bank of Poland has recently released the following working paper:


NEW: No. 205 “Changes in the size and structure of the European Union banking sector – the role of competition between banks,” by Malgorzata Pawlowska.

No. 204 “Do central bank forecasts matter for professional forecasters?” by Jacek Kotlowski.


Reserve Bank of Australia:


NEW: RDP2015-07 “A Multi-sector Model of the Australian Economy,” by Daniel Rees, Penelope Smith and Jamie Hall.

RDP2015-06 “Credit Losses at Australian Banks: 1980–2013,” by David Rodgers.

RDP2015-05 “The Social Costs of Currency Counterfeiting,” by Nathan Viles, Alexandra Rush and Thomas Rohling.

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