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JPAM Featured Article: Using Preferred Applicant Random Assignment (PARA) to Reduce Randomization Bias in Randomized Trials of Discretionary Programs

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Thursday's Poster Winners

November 8, 2012 03:46 PM

First, second, and third prizes were awarded to three selected poster presentations during Thursday's conference activities. The winners are:

First Place: Lindsay Monte and Ashley Edwards, U.S. Census Bureau; "Income Estimation for Non-Household Members in the Redesigned SIPP Instrument." (Watch a brief interview with Dr. Monte.)

Second Place: Alison K. Fields, William K. Koerber, and Amy O'Hara, U.S. Census Bureau; "Is Differential Within Household Migration Capture Effectively with the National Change of Address Registry?"

Third Place: Sandra Danziger, Richard Rodems, Carolyn Barnes, and Sue Ann Savas, University of Michigan; "Community-Based Support for Coping with Hard Times: Searching for What Works for Disadvantaged Families."

Also check out this brief interview with Rutgers University-Camden student Ashley E. Nickels on her poster presentation, "Threat to Urban Democracy? Municipal State Takeover and Implications for Civic Engagement."

 

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