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I Origins of the Undercount
A. The Administrative Office Data
3. Summary
B. How the Administrative Office Collects Its Data
1. The Origins of the Business/Nonbusiness Distinction
2. The Mid- to Late 1980s and the Unofficial Cover Sheet
4. Who Completed the Cover Sheet
C. The Role of Automated Form Software
II Our Study
A. Methodology
B. Our Count
1. Rates of Self-Employment
2. Reconciling the Different Counts of Self-Employment
C. How Many Business Bankruptcies?
III Implications and Future Directions
A. The Conventional Story as the Dominant Narrative
D. Toward a New Research Agenda
E. A Cautionary Tale about Data Collection
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Elizabeth Warren- The Myth of the Disappearing Business Bankruptcy

Elizabeth Warren- The Myth of the Disappearing Business Bankruptcy

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