Social security bulletin.

Format
Journal
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington, D.C. : Social Security Board : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1938-
Description
  • volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm.
  • Vol. 1, no. 1-3 (Mar. 1938)-

Details

Subject(s)
Social securityUnited StatesPeriodicals [Browse]
Related name
Series
  • DHEW publication ; no. (SSA) [More in this series]
  • DHEW publication ; no. (SSR)
  • SSA publication. [More in this series]
  • -Sept. 1979: HEW publication ; no. (SSA)
  • Oct. 1979-Nov. 1979: Publication ; no. (SSR)
  • Dec. 1979- : SSA publication
Absorbed
Monthly benefit statistics (Washington, D.C.)
Has supplement
  • Social security bulletin. Annual statistical supplement
  • Social security yearbook
Frequency
Quarterly, 1992-
Former frequency
Monthly, Mar. 1938-1991
Linking notes
Calendar year data for 1939-1948 published in: Social security yearbook. Issues for 1956-<1975> accompanied by Annual statistical supplement, 1955-<1975> (statistics for 1949-54 published in the Sept. issue, 1950-1955). Continues a publication with the same title.
Notes
  • Title from cover.
  • Supt. of Docs. class no. is: HE 3.3/5: for indexes.
Issuing body
Vols. for 1938-June 1946 issued by U.S. Social Security Board; July 1946- by U.S. Social Security Administration; index <1980-88-> by U.S. Social Security Administration, Office of Policy, Office of Research and Statistics.
Indexed in
  • Business periodicals index
  • Index of economic articles in journals and collective volumes 1972-
  • Journal of economic literature 1972-
  • Public Affairs Information Service bulletin
Indexes
Author-title-subject index, 1938-79; Author-title-subject index, 1980-88 issued separately.
Other title(s)
  • Social secur. bull.
  • Social security bulletin
ISSN
0037-7910
SuDoc no.
  • HE 3.3/5:
  • HE 3.3:
LCCN
40029327
OCLC
1640226
Coden designation
SSYBA
RCP
C - O
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