CISER and the Labor Dynamics Institute have partnered to invite a number of Census Bureau researchers to present on a variety of topics at Cornell University. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about exciting research done at the largest US statistical agency, research behind the economic, demographic, geographic, sociological data that many applied researchers use in their research.
Some of the presentations are part of the class on “Social and Economic Data” (INFO/ILRLE/ECON 7470), but not restricted to students registered for the class.
Census Bureau speakers are present on-campus for an extended period surrounding the presentations, and we encourage interested parties to contact Melissa Colbeth [email@example.com] at the Labor Dynamics Institute to schedule a one-on-one meeting, in particular if they are interested in preparing or furthering research that uses confidential data accessible through the Federal Statistical Research Data Center at CISER.
INFO7470: Michael Ratcliffe: Maintaining an Accurate Address List: Reengineering Address Canvassing through the Use of Multiple Sources and Methods @ Ives 109
Michael Ratcliffe will be presenting “Maintaining an Accurate Address List: Reengineering Address Canvassing through the Use of Multiple Sources and Methods” and discussing topics related to the definitions, in the past, now, and in the future, of geography for census data collection purposes. This presentation is part of INFO7470 (https://www.vrdc.cornell.edu/info747x/) but all are welcome.
LDI-CISER-CPC Seminar: Jason Fields (U.S. Census Bureau) @ MVR G87
LDI-CISER-CPC Seminar: Jonathan Vespa (U.S. Census Bureau) @ MVR G87
Joint LDI-CISER-Macroeconomics Seminar: Larry Warren @ Ives 115
Joint LDI-CISER-Macroeconomics Seminar: Henry Hyatt @ Ives 115
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