Jay Stewart
Jay Stewart
Research Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Tobit or not Tobit?
J Stewart
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 38 (3), 263-290, 2013
3172013
Tobit or not Tobit?
J Stewart
IZA Discussion Paper, 2009
317*2009
Data watch: The American time use survey
DS Hamermesh, H Frazis, J Stewart
Journal of Economic Perspectives 19 (1), 221-232, 2005
2222005
How to think about time-use data: What inferences can we make about long-and short-run time use from time diaries?
H Frazis, J Stewart
Annals of Economics and Statistics/Annales d'Úconomie et de statistique, 231-245, 2012
1232012
How do older Americans spend their time
R Krantz-Kent, J Stewart
Monthly Lab. Rev. 130, 8, 2007
1172007
Earnings and benefits of contingent and noncontingent workers
S Hipple, J Stewart
Monthly Lab. Rev. 119, 22, 1996
1051996
What can time-use data tell us about hours of work
H Frazis, J Stewart
Monthly Lab. Rev. 127, 3, 2004
1002004
Recent trends in job stability and job security: Evidence from the March CPS
J Stewart
US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Employment andá…, 2002
992002
Recent Trends in Job Stability and Job Security
J Stewart, ITD Jaeger, M Gittleman, M Pergamit, A Polivka, J Spletzer
US BLS Working Paper 356, 2002
99*2002
The welfare implications of moral hazard and adverse selection in competitive insurance markets
J Stewart
Economic inquiry 32 (2), 193-208, 1994
701994
Earnings and benefits of workers in alternative work arrangements
S Hipple, J Stewart
Monthly Lab. Rev. 119, 46, 1996
671996
How does household production affect measured income inequality?
H Frazis, J Stewart
Journal of Population Economics 24 (1), 3-22, 2011
602011
Adjusting body mass for measurement error with invalid validation data
C Courtemanche, JC Pinkston, J Stewart
Economics & Human Biology 19, 275-293, 2015
582015
What can we learn from time-use data
M Joyce, J Stewart
Monthly Lab. Rev. 122, 3, 1999
571999
Divergent trends in alternative wage series
KG Abraham, JR Spletzer, JC Stewart
Labor statistics measurement issues, 293-325, 1998
56*1998
Counting the workers: Results of a first survey
SF Hippie, TJ Nardone, AE Polivka, JC Stewart
Contingent work: American employment relations in transition, 41, 1998
53*1998
Comparing childcare measures in the ATUS and earlier time-diary studies
MD Allard, S Bianchi, J Stewart, VR Wright
Monthly Lab. Rev. 130, 27, 2007
482007
Why do different wage series tell different stories?
KG Abraham, JR Spletzer, JC Stewart
American Economic Review 89 (2), 34-39, 1999
461999
Assessing alternative dissimilarity indexes for comparing activity profiles
J Stewart
Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research 3 (1), 49-59, 2006
432006
The timing of maternal work and time with children
J Stewart
ILR Review 64 (1), 181-200, 2010
352010
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