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ACS Bibliography

Below is a list of articles dealing with the American Community Survey.

Gibson, David S., A. M. Gamboa, Jr., John P. Tierney, Gwendolyn H. Holland.  "American Community Survey:  Earnings and Employment for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury."  Paper presented at the Vocational Outcomes in Traumatic Brain Injury seminar, Vancouver, BC Canada, April 2005. 

The paper discusses the impact of cognitive disability on earnings and worklife expectancy using data from the American Community Survey.

Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Disability Demographics and Statistics.  2004 Disability Status Reports.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 2005.

The publication presents data from the American Community Survey for people with and without disability.  Data include prevalence, as well as differences and/or trends in earnings, employment, and poverty level by disability status and age, gender, education, and race.

Tierney, John P. and David S. Gibson.  "Using Disability Data to Define Lost Earnings after Injury."  The Advocate 32(2), March/April 2005, 22-25.

The articles discusses the impact of disability on earnings and worklife expectancy using data from both the Current Population Survey and the American Community Survey.

Weathers, Robert R., II.  A Guide to Disability Statistics from the American Community Survey.  Cornell University Employment and Disability Institute, May 2005.

The paper describes the ACS and provides disability-related earnings and employment data from it.  In addition, it compares findings from the ACS with other disability surveys.


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