On December 1-3, 2015, over 800 active, innovative people from government, academia, and business will convene at the Washington, DC Convention Center to learn and share at the Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology (FCSM) 2015 Research Conference.The three day conference provides a forum for experts from around the world to discuss and exchange current research and methodological knowledge relevant to statistical programs.
The following is a list of presentations involving NCRN members (NCRN members in bold, paper presenters in italics). The preliminary program can be found here.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
- Concurrent Session B-3: "Total Variability Measures for Selected Quarterly Workforce Indicators and LEHD Origin Destination Employment Statistics in OnTheMap," Kevin McKinney (U.S. Census Bureau) Andrew Green (Cornell University and U.S. Census Bureau) Lars Vilhuber (Cornell University and U.S. Census Bureau) John Abowd (Cornell University and U.S. Census Bureau)
- Concurrent Session C-1: "Two Perspectives on Commuting and Workplace: A Microdata Comparison of Home to Work Flows Across Linked Survey and Administrative Files" Andrew Green (U.S. Census Bureau, Cornell University) Mark Kutzbach (U.S. Census Bureau) Lars Vilhuber (U.S. Census Bureau, Cornell University)
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
- Concurrent Session D-2: "Crowdsourcing Codebook Enhancements: A DDI-based Approach" Benjamin Perry (Cornell University) Venkata Kambhampaty (Cornell University) Kyle Brumsted (McGill University) Lars Vilhuber (Cornell University) William Block (Cornell University)
- Concurrent Session E-1: "Within-Industry Productivity Dispersion and Imputation for Missing Data" T. Kirk White (U.S. Census Bureau) Jerome P. Reiter (Duke University) Amil Petrin (University of Minnesota and NBER)
Thursday, December 3, 2015
- Concurrent Session I-3: "Formal Privacy Protection for Data Products Combining Individual and Employer Frames Ashwin Machanavajjhala (Duke University) Samuel Haney (Duke University) Matthew Graham (U.S. Census Bureau) Mark Kutzbach (U.S. Census Bureau) John Abowd (U.S. Census Bureau, Cornell University)