The statistics corner

Haver, Maurine
January 1997
Business Economics;Jan1997, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p62
Academic Journal
Reviews issues in business economics. Data sharing; Commission to study statistical system; Sampling in the Census Bureau through the year 2000; Fiscal year 1997 budget pitfalls.


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