NSF-Census Research Network releases summary report on activities through 2017

The National Science Foundation-Census Bureau Research Network (NCRN) has conducted research activities since  2011. The activities to date have covered both fundamental and applied statistical research and have focused at least in part on the training of current and future generations of researchers in skills of relevance to surveys and alternative measurement of economic units, households, and persons. The report released today discusses some of the key research findings of the eight nodes, and concludes with an evaluation of the ability of the FSS to apply the NCRN’s research outcomes and suggests some next steps, as well as the implications of this research-network model for future federal government renewal initiatives.

The report can be downloaded from http://hdl.handle.net/1813/52650