Presentations From The March 6, 2009 Quarterly Meeting
Estimating and Mapping International Populations at Risk (2.02 MB, pdf)
The genesis of this conference was the Census Bureau’s release of population projections for the United States in January 2000. These showed the possible future population in great detail for each year out to 2100.
Income Data for 2002: A Comparison of Eight Surveys (1.70 MB, pdf)
The growing use of objective statistical information to guide decisions that affect the lives of most citizens has imposed high standards for the accuracy and completeness of data. Concerns about rates of response and about the quality of data that are provided increasingly have led Federal agencies to propose the use of incentives in government-sponsored surveys.
Reviewing the Standards for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas (341 KB, pdf)