Committee on National Statistics Conference Reports
The following are reports of conferences or workshops that I have developed.  they were convened by the Committee on National Statistics.  The reports indicated by an asterisk (*) are those which I organized or conducted.
The American Community Survey, Committee on National Statistics. Washington, D.C.:
National Academy Press, 2001.

Improving Access to and Confidentiality of Research Data, Christopher Mackie and Norman
Bradburn, eds. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 2000.

Time-Use Measurement and Research, Michele Ver Ploeg, Joseph Altonji, Norman Bradburn,
Julie DaVanzo, William Nordhaus, and Francisco Samaniego, eds. Washington, D.C.: National
Academy Press, 2000.

Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics, Committee on Computing and
Communications Research to Enable Better Use of Information Technology in Government.
Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 2000.

(*) Evaluating Food Assistance Programs in an Era of Welfare Reform, Elizabeth Evanson, Charles F. Manski, and Terri M. Scanlan, eds., 1999.

Data and Methodological Issues for Tracking Former Welfare Recipients, Panel on Data and Methods for Measuring the Effects of Changes in Social Welfare Programs, Robert A. Moffitt and Michele Ver Ploeg, eds.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1999.

Measuring Functional Capacity and Work Requirements, Gooloo S. Wunderlich, ed., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1999.

(*) Longitudinal Surveys of Children, Kirsten K. West, Robert M. Hauser, and Terri M. Scanlan, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1998.

(*) Improving Theory and Research on Quality Enhancement in Organizations, Tracy R. Wellens, W. Richard Scott, and Robert Cole, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1997.

(*) Providing National Statistics on Health and Social Welfare Programs in an Era of Change, Constance F. Citro, Charles F. Manski, and John Pepper, eds. Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1998.

(*) Measuring the Government Sector of U.S. Economic Accounts, Courtenay M. Slater and Martin H. David, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1998.

(*) Improving Data on America's Aging Population, Deborah Carr, Anu Pemmarazu, and Dorothy P. Rice, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1996.

(*) Local Fiscal Effects of Illegal Immigration, Barry Edmonston and Ronald Lee, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1996.

(*) Spotlight on Heterogeneity:  The Federal Standards for Racial and Ethnic Classification.  Summary of a Workshop, Barry Edmonston, Joshua Goldstein, and Juanita Tamayo Lott, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1996.

(*) Statistics on U.S. Immigration:  An Assessment of Data Needs for Future Research, Barry Edmonston, ed., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1996.

(*) Integrating Federal Statistics on Children, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1995.

(*) Statistical Issues in Defense Analysis and Testing, John E. Rolph and Duane L. Steffey, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1994.

(*) Trends in Disability at Older Ages, Vicki A. Freedman and Beth J. Soldo, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1994.

The Not-For-Profit Sector of the Economy:  Measurement and Presentation in Federal Statistics, Report of the Committee on National Statistics, Courtenay M. Slater and Martin H. David, eds., special issue of Voluntas, Vol. 4, No. 4, 1993.

(*) Forecasting Survival, Health, and Disability, Michael J. Stoto and Jane S. Durch, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1993.

(*) Conference on Disclosure Limitation Approaches and Data Access, special issue of The Journal of Official Statistics, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1993.

Conference on the Future of the Survey of Income and Program Participation, Graham Kalton and Constance Citro, eds., special issue of The Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, Vol. 18, No. 1-4, 1992.

(*) Center for Survey Methods, Florence E. Wolf, ed., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1992.

 Teacher Supply, Demand and Quality:  Policy Issues, Models, and Data Bases, Erling E. Boe and Dorothy M. Gilford, eds. Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1992.

(*) Small-Area Intercensal Estimates for the 1990s, Daniel B. Levine and Meyer Zitter, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1991.

(*) Disability Statistics:  An Assessment, Daniel B. Levine, Meyer Zitter, and Linda Ingram, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press,  1990.

(*) Small-Area Estimates for Military Personnel Planning, Report of a workshop held on June 10-11, 1988.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1989.

(*) Income and Poverty Statistics:  Problems of Concept and Measurement, Daniel B. Levine and Linda Ingram, eds., Washington, D.C.:  National Academy Press, 1988.

(*) Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, in Statistical Science, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1988.

(*) Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, in The American Statistician, Vol. 39, No. 4, Part 2, 1985.

(*) Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, The American Statistician, Vol. 37, No. 4, Part 2, 1983.

(*) Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, Miron L. Straf, ed., special issue of The American Statistician, Vol. 36, 1982, pp. 221-320.

(*) Report of the meeting of a panel to review the statistical methodology of the report, Public and Private Schools, Committee on National Statistics, National Academy of Sciences, September 1981.

(*) Conference on Immigration Statistics, Report of a conference held on September 18-19, 1980.  Washington, D.C.: Committee on National Statistics, 1980.

(*) Conference on Sharing of Social Science Research Data, Report of a conference held on October 19, 1979.  Washington, D.C.: Committee on National Statistics, 1980.

(*) Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, Alexandria, Va.: The American Statistical Association, 1979.

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