Friday, November 17 / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM

Session 144
New Historical Data Infrastructure I

Chair: Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota

1. New Individual-Level U.S. Tax Data from 1969-1995Trent Alexander, University of Michigan; David Bleckley, University of Michigan; Jonathan Fisher, Washington Center for Equitable Growth; Katie Genadek, University of Colorado; Susan Leonard, University of Michigan; Aristotle Magganas, UCLA.

2. IPUMS Complete-Count Datasets of the Slave Inhabitants and Slave Owners, 1850-1860: Dataset Construction and AnalysisJ. David Hacker, University of Minnesota; Matt A. Nelson, University of Minnesota; Matthew Sobek, University of Minnesota; Brayden Rothe, University of Minnesota.

3. What's in a (Jewish) Name? Identifying Jews in Dutch Civil Records: Amsterdam, 1811-1932Joris Kok, International Institute of Social History.

4. Taking Stock of Growth: How Reliable Are Ivorian National Accounts and What Can We Learn?Mark Melles, Lund University.

5. Challenges in Constructing Large-Scale Economic Microdata: The Historical Income Panel of the Netherlands, 1850-1920Auke Rijpma, Utrecht University; Eva van der Heijden, Utrecht University; Rick Schouten, Utrecht University; Paul Puschmann, Radboud University Nijmegen.

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