Session 192:
Data and Methods in the Study of Migration, Neighborhoods, and Urbanization

Saturday, April 2
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Wilson B
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Michael A. Clemens, Center for Global Development (CGD)
Discussant: Michael J. White, Brown University
Discussant: Zai Liang, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  1. Unbiased Indices of Uneven Distribution and Exposure: New Alternatives for Segregation AnalysisMark Fossett, Texas A&M University; Wenquan C. Zhang, Texas A&M University

  2. Measuring Migration from the Republic of Georgia: A Comparison of Three National SurveysErin T. Hofmann, University of Texas at Austin

  3. Estimating Domestic Migration by Demographic Characteristics in the United States: A Rate-Based Model Using Administrative RecordsCaleb M. Miller, U.S. Census Bureau; Rachel T. Cortes, U.S. Census Bureau; Esther R. Miller, U.S. Census Bureau; Rodger V. Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau; Charles D. Coleman, U.S. Census Bureau

  4. Assimilation, Transnationalism and the Structure of Migrant Networks: New Data and TheoryAshton M. Verdery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ted Mouw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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