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Who is selected for the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
Does BEA have any guides for users of statistics from its international surveys?
Does BEA maintain longitudinal versions of its survey microdata, such as the Census Bureau’s Longitudinal Business Database?
Does the content or coverage of the BEA surveys change over time?
Are responses to BEA surveys voluntary or mandatory?
Do BEA surveys collect common business identifiers that can be used by special sworn research consultants to link the BEA data to commercial data sets?
Can BEA data be linked to data from commercial data sets like those of Standard and Poor’s or Bureau van Dijk?
Can BEA data be linked to data from other agencies participating in the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers program?
What is the unit of data collection on the BEA surveys?
Which BEA surveys will be available in the FSRDC system?
Are BEA’s special sworn research consultants allowed to have co-authors who do not meet BEA’s requirements for participation in the program, e.g., non-U.S. citizens or employees of policy-making federal agencies?
How much time is required for BEA to conduct disclosure review of output under the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
What are the costs to researchers for participation in the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
Are BEA's special sworn research consultants provided access to full data sets or does BEA prepare custom extracts for researchers?
Which academic disciplines are represented by Special Sworn Researcher Program participants?
What are eligible research topics under the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
What are the conditions of participation in the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
What is the typical application review time for the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
How many projects does BEA support at a given time through the Special Sworn Researcher Program?
How does a researcher apply to the Special Sworn Researcher Program?