Friday, April 12 / 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM Meeting Room 306 (Level 3)

Session 203
Demographic Estimation for Monitoring and Decision-making in Sparse-Data Settings

Chair: Patrick Gerland, United Nations Population Division
Discussant: Leontine Alkema, University of Massachusetts Amherst

1. Impacts of Temporal Mismatch in Observations on High-Resolution Population MappingClaire Dooley , University of Southampton; Warren Jochem, University of Southampton; Andrew J. Tatem, University of Southampton.

2. Estimating Pregnancies, Abortions and Pregnancy Intentions Using a Bayesian Accounting ModelJonathan Bearak , Guttmacher Institute; Leontine Alkema, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

3. Assessing Population Health Using Sparse and Biased Data: Global Burden of Disease StudyHaidong Wang , University of Washington, Seattle.

4. Robust Decisions From Modeled EstimatorsTyler McCormick , University of Washington, Seattle.

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