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653 Thu, 8/7/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211
Model-Assisted Estimation - 2 — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Frances Chevarley, AHRQ   
10:35 AM Classification Error in Measuring Sexual Victimization Among Inmates: The National Inmate Survey Marcus Berzofsky, RTI International ; Paul Biemer, RTI International ; Susan Edwards, RTI International
10:50 AM An Imputation Model Database and Its Relevance to Analysis Glynis Ewing, RTI International ; Peter Frechtel, RTI International ; Kristen Gulledge, RTI International ; Susan Edwards, RTI International ; Jonaki Bose, SAMHSA
11:05 AM An Application of Calibrated Bayes Methods to Estimate Vaccination Coverage Rates from the NIS Meena Khare, NCHS/CDC/DHHS ; Philip J. Smith, CDC ; Alena Maze, NCHS
11:20 AM On Estimating Mean Squared Prediction Error of Small Area Estimators in Basic Area Level Model with Unknown Sampling Variance by Parametric Bootstrap Abhishek Nandy, University of Minnesota ; Snigdhansu Chatterjee, University of Minnesota
11:35 AM Model-Assisted Estimation of Unemployment Rates for Longitudinal Surveys with an Application in the Current Population Survey Daniel Bonnery, Joint Program in Survey Methodology/U.S. Census Bureau ; Yang Cheng, U.S. Census Bureau ; Partha Lahiri, University of Maryland
11:50 AM Combining Two Sources of Crime Data to Improve County-Level Estimation Elizabeth Petraglia, Ohio State University
12:05 PM A Pseudo-Likelihood Approach for Hierarchical Linear Models Under Complex Designs Junvie Pailden, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

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