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