Session 130:
Tracking the Displaced: Methods and Results

Saturday, April 19
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Grand Ballroom B
5th floor

Chair: Signe I. Wetrogan, Independent Consultant
Discussant: Allison Plyer, Greater New Orleans Community Data Center and Tulane University

  1. Going Home after Hurricane Katrina: Determinants of Return Migration and Changes in Affected AreasJeffrey A Groen, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS); Anne E Polivka, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

  2. Tracking PSID Families in the Gulf States of Louisiana, Mississippi, and AlabamaKatherine McGonagle, University of Michigan; Eva Leissou, University of Michigan; April Beaule, University of Michigan; Frank Stafford, University of Michigan

  3. Supplemental Security Income Recipients Affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: An Analysis of Two Years of Administrative DataPaul S. Davies, U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA); Jeffrey Hemmeter, U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA)

  4. Impact of the 2005 Gulf Coast Hurricanes on Domestic Migration: U.S. Census Bureau ResponseRodger V. Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau; Justin Bland, U.S. Census Bureau; Charles D. Coleman, U.S. Census Bureau

  5. Method of Tracking the Displaced : A Lesson from the Study of the Aftermath of Tsunami and Recovery in IndonesiaBondan Sikoki, SurveyMETER; Cecep S Sumantri, SurveyMETER; Wayan Suriastini, SurveyMETER

Other sessions on Other Topics (New Orleans and Katrina, Historical Demography, and other topics)