Tracking and Analyzing Regional Equity: The ACS and Ambiguities of Time and Space

Presentation by Meg Merrick
May 30, 2014

Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies   (Portland*)

Using the ACS to Look at Small Population Groups and Trends Over Time 
 
Moderator: Howard Shih, Asian American Federation 
 
1. Tracking and Analyzing Regional Equity: The ACS and Ambiguities of Time and Space ▪ Meg Merrick, Portland State University 
2. Uses of ACS in the BLS Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program ▪ Sean Wilson, Bureau of Labor Statistics 
3. Evaluating American Community Survey (ACS) Data on School-Age Children Who Speak English with Difficulty ▪ Angelina Kewal Ramani and Amber Noel, American Institutes for Research 
4. The Underrepresentation of Young Children in the American Community Survey ▪ William O’Hare, The Annie E. Casey Foundation and Eric Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau 
5. Small Populations and the ACS: Sampling Variability and Reliability ▪ Sela Panapasa, University of Michigan; Hassan Jaber, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services; and Don Loudner, American Indian Veterans, Inc. 

 

Event Name: 
American Community Survey Data Users Conference