Session 134
Methods and Models Combining Multiple Data Sources

Friday, May 1
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Aqua 314
Level 3

Chair: Jessica D. Faul, University of Michigan
Discussant: Patrick Gerland, United Nations Population Division

1. Hyak Mortality Monitoring System: Innovative Sampling and Estimation MethodsSamuel J. Clark, University of Washington; Jon Wakefield, University of Washington; Tyler McCormick, University of Washington.

2. Producing Synthetic Estimates of Children’s Health and Well-Being for Local AreasMark S. Mather, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Beth Jarosz, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Linda A. Jacobsen, Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

3. The American Opportunity Study: A Link to the Past and a Bridge to the FutureC. Matthew Snipp, Stanford University; David B. Grusky, Stanford University; Timothy M. Smeeding, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

4. Change in Local Healthy Food Retail Environment through Interactions in Population Poverty, Race, and NativityDavid M. Wutchiett, Columbia University; Tanya Kaufman, Columbia University; Daniel Sheehan, Columbia University; Kathryn Neckerman, Columbia University; Kayip Kwan, Columbia University; Andrew Rundle, Columbia University; Stephen Mooney, Columbia University; Jeff Goldsmith, Columbia University; Gina Lovasi, Columbia University.

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