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25 Sun, 7/29/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM HQ-Sapphire C
Transdisciplinary Advances in the Hard-to-Count Group Quarter Population to Better Inform Public Policy — Topic Contributed Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods , Statistics Surveys Online Journal , Statistics Without Borders
Organizer(s): Anna Y. Chan, U.S. Census Bureau, Asaph Chun, U.S. Census Bureau, Fritz Scheuren, NORC
Chair(s): Anna Y. Chan, U.S. Census Bureau
2:05 PM Using 2010 Census Data to Evaluate Imputation Methods to Improve the American Community Survey Estimates of the Group Quarters Population for Small Geographies Michael A Beaghen, U.S. Census Bureau ; Mark E Asiala, U.S. Census Bureau
2:25 PM Lessons Learned from Use of Administrative Data and Ethnographic Observation of Frail Population: Health Related Facilities Sonia Salari, University of Utah ; Anna Y. Chan, U.S. Census Bureau
2:45 PM What Counts as Group Quarters? A Glimpse of Total Coverage Errors and Costs Model in Census Asaph Chun, U.S. Census Bureau ; Anna Y. Chan, U.S. Census Bureau ; Diane Barrett, U.S. Census Bureau ; Andre Williams, U.S. Census Bureau ; Judy Belton, U.S. Census Bureau
3:05 PM Design Effect Anomalies in the American Community Survey Michel Boudreaux, University of Minnesota ; Michael Davern, NORC ; Peter Graven, University of Minnesota
3:25 PM Discussant: Fritz Scheuren, NORC
3:45 PM Floor Discussion

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