Session 96:
New Approaches in Demographic Estimation and Modeling

Friday, April 18
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Napoleon A1
3rd floor

Chair: Patrick Gerland, United Nations
Discussant: Adrian Raftery, University of Washington
Discussant: Herbert L. Smith, University of Pennsylvania

  1. Neighborhoods and Individual Preferences: A Markovian ModelShripad Tuljapurkar, Stanford University; Elizabeth E. Bruch, University of Michigan; Robert D. Mare, University of California, Los Angeles

  2. A Simple Model to Understand Gender Discrepancies in Sexual Behavior ReportsTaryn Dinkelman, University of Michigan; David Lam, University of Michigan

  3. Sources of Error and Bias in Methods of Fertility Estimation Contingent on the P/F Ratio in a Time of Declining Fertility and Rising MortalityTom A. Moultrie, University of Cape Town

  4. Identifying Poverty Groups in Nairobi's Slum Settlements: A Latent Class Analysis ApproachLeontine Alkema, University of Washington; Ousmane Faye, Université de Liège; Michael Mutua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

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