Thursday, April 11 / 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Griffin Hall (Level 2)

Poster Session 3
Population, Development, & the Environment; Data & Methods; Applied Demography

1. Learning About Internal Migration From Half a Billion Individual Records: Applying Localized Classification Trees to Large-Scale Census DataGuy J. Abel, Asian Demographic Research Institute; Raya Muttarak , Vienna Institute of Demography; Fabian Stephany, University of Cambridge and Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

2. Narco Violence, Forced Displacement and Sex Trafficking: A Qualitative Study in MexicoArun Kumar Acharya , Universidad Autónoma de Nuveo Leon; Jennifer Bryson Clark, South Texas College.

3. Joint Analysis of Independent Datasets: Application to Genetic Effects of Breast Cancer SurvivalIgor Akushevich , Duke University; Arseniy Yashkin, Duke University; Bryce Durgin, Duke University; Julia Kravchenko, Duke University; Konstantin G. Arbeev, Duke University; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University.

4. Comparing Estimates of Life Expectancy at Birth Produced by UN Population Division for 201 Countries and Over Period 1950–2015 With External DataKirill F. Andreev , United Nations; Victor Gaigbe-Togbe, United Nations; Lina Bassarsky, United Nations Population Division; Kyaw-Kyaw Lay, United Nations Population Division.

5. Prelacteal Feeding Practices in Pakistan: A Mixed-Methods StudyMuhammad Asim ; Yasir Nawaz, University of Sargodha; Mark D. Hayward, University of Texas at Austin; Elizabeth Widen, University of Texas at Austin.

6. Extreme Weather Events and Fertility Differentials and Trends in BangladeshShah Md Atiqul Haq , Université Catholique de Louvain; Bruno D. Schoumaker, Université Catholique de Louvain.

7. The Nexus Between the Perception of Climate Change and Disciplinary Backgrounds Among University Students in BangladeshShah Md Atiqul Haq , Université Catholique de Louvain; Khandaker Jafor Ahmed, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet.

8. Are Improvements in Agricultural Production Equally Beneficial for Household Food Security and Children’s Nutrition? Evidence From EthiopiaMaryia Bakhtsiyarava , University of Minnesota.

9. Internal Migration Flows in Brazil Using Circular VisualizationEmerson Baptista , Asian Demographic Research Institute; Járvis Campos, UFRN; Guy J. Abel, Asian Demographic Research Institute.

10. Migration, Livelihoods, and Development in the Post-Frontier: Evidence From the Brazilian AmazoniaAlisson F. Barbieri , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Gilvan R. Guedes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Reinaldo Santos, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

11. Examining Patterns of Coverage: A Comparative Analysis of Canadian and U.S. CensusesJulien Bérard-Chagnon , Statistics Canada; Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau.

12. Do Top Methods for Cohort Fertility Completion Also Perform Best When Forecasting Period Fertility?Christina Bohk-Ewald , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Peng Li, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Mikko Myrskyla, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

13. Transitions in County-Level Poverty in the Rural United States: A Comparison of LISA TechniquesMatthew Brooks , Pennsylvania State University.

14. Evaluating the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2005 State Population ProjectionsJack Byerly , Pennsylvania State University.

15. Keeping up With the Joneses: Measuring Individual Homeowner Maintenance Behavior Using Neighbor InformationJoseph Campbell , USAA; Matthew Martinez, University of Texas at San Antonio.

16. Identifying Vulnerability and Resilience of Kyrgyzstan's Southern Populations in the Context of Environmental Change Within the Climate-Migration-Conflict NexusChelsea Lissette Cervantes de Blois , University of Minnesota - Minnesota Population Center.

17. Competition Tightness Underlies the Effect of Population Density on Fertility: A Life History Theory ApproachYoung-Jae Cha , Seoul National University; Woorim Ko, Seoul National University; Yejin Lim, Seoul National University; Jaekyung Jang, Chung-Ang University; Youngtae Cho, Seoul National University; Dayk Jang, Seoul National University.

18. Uncovering the Scientific Review Process at the National Institutes of HealthJuanita Chinn , NICHD; Regina M. Bures, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), NIH; Della White, NICHD; Rebecca L. Clark, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), NIH; Rosalind B. King, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), NIH; Minki Chatterji, Abt Associates; Amelia Karraker, National Institution of Aging.

19. Resource Dependence and Intergenerational Transmission EffectPallavi Choudhuri ; Sonalde B. Desai, India Human Development Survey.

20. The Effect of Foreign-Trained Nurses on the U.S. Labor MarketHyeran Chung ; Mary Arends-Kuenning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

21. Compounding the Error? Evaluation of the U.S. Census Bureau’s County Population EstimatesMike E. Cline , North Carolina Office of State Budget & Management.

22. Estimating the Eligible to Naturalize Population: Developing a Robust MethodKatherine M. Condon , U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS); Ronald E. Wilson, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

23. Which American Languages are Dying? Quantifying the Demographic Vulnerability of Indigenous Languages in the United States.Stephen Cranney , U.S. Census Bureau.

24. Household Estimation in South Africa: Assessment of the Headship MethodPrincelle Dasappa-Venketsamy .

25. Modelling Spatial Variability of Intra-Urban Concentration of NO2: Situation Assessment in Indian CitiesSudeshna Dey, Karnataka Health Promotion Trust; Soumya Pal ; Aparajita Chattopadhyay, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

26. An Expert Elicitation Tool to Capture Probabilistic Estimates of Future Demographic IndicatorsPatrice Dion , Statistics Canada; Nora Galbraith, Statistics Canada; Elham Sirag, Statistics Canada.

27. Who Deserves to Be British?Victoria Donnaloja , London School of Economics; Lucinda Platt, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

28. A Method for Studying Difference in Segregation Levels Across Time and SpaceBenjamin Elbers , Columbia University.

29. Demographic Dividends in Africa: Reconciling the Evidence With a Mixed-Decomposition ApproachParfait Eloundou-Enyegue, Cornell University; Michel Tenikue, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER); Sarah Giroux , Cornell University.

30. Big Census Microdata: IPUMS in the Federal Statistical Research Data CentersCatherine A. Fitch , University of Minnesota; Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota; Erin Meyer, University of Minnesota; Todd K. Gardner, U.S. Census Bureau.

31. Demographic Analysis and Projection of Prospera’s Beneficiary Population: Understanding the Demography of the Largest Cash-Transfer Program in MexicoVictor M. Garcia-Guerrero , El Colegio de México.

32. A More Rigorous Test of Latinx Spatial Assimilation Using Discrete Choice ModelsPat Goldsmith ; Martín Puga, Texas A&M.

33. Who Owns the City? How Landlord Characteristics Affect Tenant ExperiencesHenry Gomory .

34. Gender, Resources, and Status: An Empirically Grounded Model of Status Construction TheoryAndre Grow , University of Leuven (KU Leuven).

35. Risks of Exposure and Vulnerability to Cyclones for World’s Major Coastal CitiesDanan Gu , United Nations; Patrick Gerland, United Nations Population Division; Sara Hertog, United Nations; Frank Swiaczny, United Nations.

36. Migration in the Wake of Industrial Change: Evidence From Canadian-Linked Employer–Employee Administrative DataMichael Haan, University of Western Ontario; Nicole Denier , University of Alberta; Federico Eichelmann-Lombardo, Western University.

37. The Role of Water Availability in Mitigating Heat-Related Mortality: Empirical Evidence From South AfricaKelly Hyde , University of Pittsburgh.

38. Quality of Information in the Question Age in Death Records in Brazil, 1996–2015Fatima Jacques; Camila Soares , IFCH - UNICAMP; Raphael Guimaraes.

39. Network Measures of Social Structure in a Historical PopulationJulia Jennings , University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).

40. The Subnational Urbanization Projections for China, India, and the United StatesLeiwen Jiang , Population Council and Shanghai University; Hamidreza Zoraghein, University of Denver.

41. Application of Multilevel Modeling to Predict the Factors Affecting Depression Among Indian Adolescents: A School-Based StudyAmrutha Jose ; Mariyamma Philip, NIMHANS; Manjula M., NIMHANS.

42. A Binational Perspective on Health Behavior and Health Status Among Korean Immigrants in the United States and Koreans in KoreaChaegyung Jun .

43. The Association of Interviewer Gender on Responses to Sensitive Survey QuestionsSina Kianersi , Indiana University; Maya Luetke, Indiana University, Bloomington; Reginal Jules, Fonkoze Foundation; Florence Jean-Louis, Fonkoze Foundation; Molly S. Rosenberg, Indiana University, Bloomington.

44. Reporting of Dementia Causes of Death Among Nursing Home ResidentsEllen Kramarow , National Center for Health Statistics; Betzaida Tejada-Vera, National Center for Health Statistics.

45. Change in Motion: Infrastructure Adoption for Plug-in Electric VehiclesTobias Kuhn .

46. An Assessment of Birth Registration System and Factors Affecting India and Its States: An Evaluation From NFHS-3 & NFHS-4Nutan Kumari .

47. Implementing the 2018 Standard Occupational Classification System Into Census SurveysLynda L. Laughlin , U.S. Census Bureau; Julia Beckhusen, U.S. Census Bureau; Ana J. Montalvo, U.S. Census Bureau; Rochelle Cooper , U.S. Census Bureau.

48. Measuring the Aging Life Course: The Collections, Resources and Tools for Aging Research Maintained by the National Archive of Computerized Data on AgingKathryn Lavender , National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging; James McNally, National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging.

49. Temperature, Productivity, and Adaptation: Evidence From Survey Data ProductionMelissa LoPalo , University of Texas at Austin.

50. Urban Hotspots of Vulnerability and Resilience: An Analysis of Food Insecurity and Kinship in a Nairobi SlumSangeetha Madhavan , University of Maryland, College Park; Shelley Clark, McGill University; Sara Schmidt, University of Maryland.

51. A New Type of Urbanization? Climate Change Population Displacement and Urban Space Problem in Dhaka, BangladeshHosne Tilat Mahal ; Nadia Y. Flores-Yeffal, Texas Tech University; Cristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University.

52. Growth and Multiple Forms of Human Capital: A Panel Data Investigation in BRIC CountriesManzoor Malik .

53. Measuring Mobility and Time Use Among Adolescents in Guatemala and Brazil: Comparing Smartphones With PaperCeleste Marin , Princeton University; Rosa Noemi Guit Antonio, Red de Mujeres Indígenas, REDMI Aq’abal; Vanessa Lima Caldeira Franceschini, Independent Consultant.

54. Mapping Children’s Exposure to Drug Overdose DeathsMark S. Mather , Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Beth Jarosz, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Marissa Slowey, University of Chicago.

55. The Effect of Climate Change on Fertility in West AfricaIsabel McLoughlin , University of Texas at Austin; Alexander Weinreb, University of Texas at Austin.

56. Tetrad Motifs: A Comparison of the Local Structure in 20 Social NetworksCassie McMillan , Pennsylvania State University; Diane Felmlee, Pennsylvania State University; Dave Braines, IBM United Kingdom.

57. The Spark of the #MeToo Movement: Analysis of Early Twitter ConversationsSepideh Modrek, San Francisco State University; Bozhidar Chakalov .

58. Local and Global Analysis of the Fertility Rate in ItalyMassimo Mucciardi , Università di Messina; Mary Ellen Toffle, Università di Messina; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence.

59. Localized Distributional Injustice: Wind Energy Siting in the Continental United StatesJ. Tom Mueller , Pennsylvania State University; Matthew Brooks, Pennsylvania State University.

60. Assessing Indicators of Chronic Child Undernutrition Using Machine Learning TechniquesKevin Mwenda , Brown University; Guixing Wei, Brown University.

61. Small Area Estimation and Advances in Demographic Tool Kits for Fertility Analysis: The 4-Parameters Own-Children Method and a Poisson Regression–Based Person-Period ApproachPedzisai Ndagurwa , University of the Witwatersrand; Clifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand.

62. Urban Kin Propinquity Using Geocoded Complete Count Census Data, 1880Matt Nelson , University of Minnesota.

63. Mortality Forecasting: Machine Learning–Assisted Approach (MLAA)Andrea Nigri , Sapienza, University of Rome.

64. What Were You Thinking Nine Month Ago? Using Twitter for Fertility Nowcasting Over Time and SpaceDariya Ordanovich , Esri España; Diego Ramiro-Fariñas, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Francesco Billari, Bocconi University; Antonia Tugores, Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos IFISC (CSIC-UIB); Francisco Viciana, Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia; José J. Ramasco, Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos IFISC (CSIC-UIB).

65. Environmental Drivers of Temporary Migration in NigeriaAdesola Orekoya ; Olanrewaju Olaniyan, University of Ibadan; Noah Olasehinde, University of Ibadan; Monsuru Odumosu, University of Ibadan.

66. Big Survey Meets Big Data: Implementing Administrative Records on the American Community SurveyJennifer M. Ortman , U.S. Census Bureau; Sandra L. Clark, U.S. Census Bureau; Nikolas D. Pharris-Ciurej, U.S. Census Bureau.

67. Statistical Models to Assess Data Quality in DHS SurveysThomas W. Pullum , ICF International; Christina Juan.

68. Using a Data Visualization to Display Select Characteristics of the Population 65 Years and OlderMegan Rabe , U.S. Census Bureau; Andrew Roberts, U.S. Census Bureau; Stella U. Ogunwole, U.S. Census Bureau; Laura Blakeslee, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

69. Explaining the Decline of Child Mortality in 44 Developing Countries: An Bayesian Extension of Oaxaca Decomposition for Probit Random Effects ModelsAntonio Pedro Ramos , University of California, Los Angeles; Leiwen Gao, University of California, Los Angeles; Martin Flores, University of California, Los Angeles; Robert Weiss, University of California, Los Angeles; Patrick Heuveline, University of California, Los Angeles.

70. Estimating Annual Flows of Migration Among ASEAN Countries: Overcoming High Levels of Missing and Inconsistent Flow DataJames Raymer, Australian National University; Qing Guan; Jasmine Ha , Australian National University.

71. Climatic Variability and Cause-Specific Migration Across Rural and Urban IndiaCarolyn Reyes , Pennsylvania State University; Brian Thiede, Pennsylvania State University.

72. Lexis FieldsTimothy Riffe , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Jose Aburto, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

73. Data Resource: The Wisconsin Longitudinal StudyCarol Roan , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Huey-Chi Chang, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kamil Sicinski, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

74. Do Disasters Exacerbate Vulnerabilities More for the Already Vulnerable? A Case Study of Cyclone Pam’s Influence on Social Vulnerability in VanuatuHugh Roland , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

75. Life Tables by Nativity for the 65-and-Older Population Using Linked Medicare Enrollment Data: A Feasibility StudyShannon Sabo , U.S. Census Bureau; Esther R. Miller, U.S. Census Bureau; Elizabeth Arias, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC; Heather King, U.S. Census Bureau.

76. Over and Over Again: Poverty Trajectories and Extreme Rainfall in MexicoLandy Sanchez , El Colegio de México; Rodolfo De la Torre, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Julio Postigo, NORC.

77. Predicting Infant Mortality Risk From Information Available at the Time of BirthAntonia Saravanou, University of Athens; Clemens Noelke , Brandeis University; Nick Huntington, Brandeis University; Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Brandeis University; Dimitrios Gunopulos, University of Athens.

78. Predicting Death Using Random ForestsTorsten Sauer , University of Rostock; Roland Rau, University of Rostock.

79. Projections of Social Inequalities Due to Sea Level Rise in the Continental United States.R. Kyle Saunders ; Mathew Hauer, Florida State University.

80. The Centered Ternary Balance Scheme: A Technique to Visualize Surfaces of Unbalanced Three-Part CompositionsJonas Schöley , Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics.

81. Measuring Population Growth in Canada’s Central Living NeighborhoodsFrancois Sergerie , Statistics Canada; Dylan Saunders, Statistics Canada.

82. Using Administrative Records to Evaluate Child Care Expense Reporting Among Child Care Subsidy RecipientsKathryn Shantz , U.S. Census Bureau; Liana Fox, U.S. Census Bureau.

83. Evaluating Rural-Urban Typologies for Use in Health Care ResearchEmily Shrider , University of Wisconsin-Madison; David Mallinson, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

84. Mapping Gender Inequality in Child Deaths at the Local Level in India, 1991–2011Akansha Singh .

85. Skewed Child Sex Ratios in India: Continuity and ChangeAradhana Singh .

86. Potential Interviewer Bias in the 2005–06 National Family Health Survey in IndiaAbhishek Singh , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Fred Arnold, ICF International; Ankita Shukla, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Kaushalendra Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

87. Impact Evaluation of Urban Health Initiatives on the Kap Gap for Family Planning Usage in Urban Uttar Pradesh (2010–2014): An Application of Casual Inference MethodAnjali Singh , Banaras Hindu University; Rakesh Mishra.

88. Manufacturing Decline and Environmental Inequality: Metropolitan Disparities in Industrial Air Pollution in the United StatesKevin Smiley .

89. Sex Ratio at Birth in 195 Countries and Territories: An Analysis From the Global Burden of Disease 2017 StudyVinay Srinivasan , Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington; Charlton Callender, Institute for Health Metrics And Evaluation - University of Washington; Paulami Naik, Institute for Health Metrics And Evaluation - University of Washington; Bryan Strub, Seattle Children's Hospital.

90. Household Demographic Characteristics, Consumption Structure and Regional Differences in ChinaLiangliang Sun , Asian Demographic Research Institute; Leiwen Jiang, Population Council and Shanghai University.

91. Variations in Rainfall and Food Insecurity in the Sahel Region: The Case of the Far North Region of Cameroon, 1985–2009Teke Takwa ; Chobike Safiatou, Université de Yaoundé I; Teke Phelisia Atuh; Unda Ngwende, Université de Yaoundé I.

92. Linking Synthetic Populations to Household Geolocations: A Demonstration in NamibiaDana Thomson-Browne; Lieke Kools, Leiden University; Warren Jochem , University of Southampton.

93. Using the LandCast Model With Firm Maps for Population Distribution Estimation on a Local Scale in Houston, TexasCarrie Whitlock , Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

94. Harmonizing the 2010 and 2002 Census Occupation Coding SchemesKari Williams , IPUMS - University of Minnesota; Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota.

95. The Residential Segregation of Detailed Asian Groups: Restricted Full Count Microdata in 1940Xinyuan Zou , Texas A&M University; Mark Fossett, Texas A&M University.

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