Session 129:
Nontraditional Data Collection Methods

Saturday, March 31
8:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Westside Salon 1
5th floor

Chair: Shea Rutstein, Macro International Inc.
Discussant: Stan Becker, Johns Hopkins University

  1. Designing Surveys of International Migrants: The Needle in the Haystack, or Finding the Right Haystack? A Case Study of Colombians in EcuadorRichard Bilsborrow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Contextual Factors Influencing Sexual Activity within Adolescent Social Networks in a Micropolitan/Rural AreaDeladem Kusi-Appouh, Cornell University

  3. Assessment and Validation of Respondent Driven SamplingJing Li, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Giovanna Merli, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Erik Nordheim, University of Wisconsin at Madison; William Whipple Neely, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  4. Surveying Migrant Households: A Comparison of Census-Based, Snowball, and Intercept SurveysDavid McKenzie, World Bank Group; Johan Mistiaen, World Bank Group

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