Session 29:
Characteristics of Populations Affected by Forced Displacement

Thursday, April 17
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Gallier AB
4th floor

Chair: Stanley K. Smith, University of Florida

  1. Armed Conflict, Psycho-Social Support, and MigrationNathalie Williams, University of Michigan

  2. Using U.S. Postal Service Delivery Statistics to Track Population Shifts Following a Major U.S. DisasterAllison Plyer, Greater New Orleans Community Data Center and Tulane University; Ken Hodges, Claritas, Inc.

  3. Displacement Dynamics in Southern Louisiana after Hurricanes Katrina and RitaMakiko Hori, Louisiana State University; David Bowman, Louisiana Recovery Authority

  4. Employment and Self-Employment in the Wake of Hurricane KatrinaJulie M. Zissimopoulos, RAND; Lynn Karoly, RAND

  5. Higher Ground: An Exploratory Multivariate Analysis of Characteristics Affecting Population Displacement in the Wake of Hurricane KatrinaJonathan D Stringfield, DePaul University

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