NEW Data: Criminal Justice and COVID

Criminal Justice Administrative Records System is a data set that follow individual through the criminal justice system.  In partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau, these data can been linked with survey and administrative records from many social and economic domains – https://cjars.isr.umich.edu/

Household Pulse Survey provides timely data to help understand the experiences of American households during the coronavirus pandemic. The data provide insight on education, employment, food security, health, housing, social security benefits, household spending, and transportation.  https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-kits/2020/pulse-surveys.html

The Small Business Pulse Survey (SBPS) measures the effect of changing business conditions during the Coronavirus pandemic on our nation’s small businesses. SBPS complements existing U.S. Census Bureau data collections by providing high-frequency, detailed information on the challenges small businesses are facing during the Coronavirus pandemic.  The survey includes information on small business operations and finances, requests and receipt of assistance, and measures of overall well-being and expectations for recovery.  Data is available by sector and state for the fifty most populous Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).  https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-kits/2020/pulse-surveys.html

The Decennial Census Digitization and Linkage project (DCDL) is an initiative to produce linked restricted microdata files from the decennial censuses of 1960 through 1990. Background, work plan, and data dissemination details can be found in this working paper. The project will ultimately produce a longitudinal data infrastructure that covers most of the U.S. population since 1940.  https://www.census.gov/content/dam/Census/library/working-papers/2019/econ/dcdl-workingpaper.pdf

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