The APPAM Fall Research Conference is a multi-disciplinary annual research conference that attracts the highest quality research on a wide variety of important current and emerging policy and management issues. The 39th APPAM Fall Research Conference focused on the importance of data and measurement, and celebrated the government staff who work to improve the measures we use every day. It is more essential than ever, in light of recent criticism of government data and statistics, to demonstrate the importance of both.
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Blog: Pre-Conference Workshop
Policy Engagement: Building Relationships and Partnerships for Long-Term Impact
Daily Wrap-Up: Wednesday
Concurrent Symposium: The Vital Role of Government Statistics
Watch the symposium recording! If you registered ahead of time, simply enter your email to access the recording. If not, fill out the registration form and you will be emailed an access link. Confirm your email via that link to be redirected to the recording.
Thank you to the IMPAQ International team for producing this interview series
about "Better Data for Better Decisions."
Does Initiating Tobacco Use with Flavored Products Predict Current Smoking Status? An Examination by Race, Gender, and Sexual Identity
Shannon Lea Watkins and Wendy Max, University of California, San Francisco
Measuring Risk and Variation in Household Social Determinants of Health
Michele Abbott, Gery Ryan, RAND Corporation; Luther Brewster, Florida International University
Providing In-Kind Food Transfers to Low-Income Households in Urban India: Results from an Evaluation of the Public Distribution System (PDS) in Chhattisgarh
Raghav Puri, Syracuse University
Daily Wrap-Up: Thursday
APPAM 2018 Policy Council Nominees
Spencer Foundation Lecture | Education and Economic Mobility: What Have We Learned?
2017 APPAM Presidential Address
Daily Wrap-Up: Friday
Daily Wrap-Up: Saturday