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Emergency Management Working Papers

Working papers are intended to make results of Census Bureau research available to others and to encourage discussion on a variety of topics. They have not undergone a review and editorial process generally accorded official Census Bureau publications.


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Report of Cognitive Testing on the 2013 American Housing Survey
Results of 6 cognitive interviews conducted on the Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Module Questionnaire in September 2012.


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Forced to Move: An Analysis of Hurricane Katrina Movers
This paper examines the characteristics of residents living in the metro area, the type of dwelling into which they moved, and how many times they moved.


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How American Homes Vary By the Year They Were Built
The 2009 American Housing Survey shows that homes being built today are bigger than those built in earlier decades.


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Estimating Measurement Error in SIPP Annual Job Earnings
We quantify sources of variation in annual job earnings data collected by the SIPP to determine how much of the variation is the result of measurement error.


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Presentation: Who's in Head Start? Estimating Head Start Enrollment
This study builds off of previous work that attempts to model the number of children enrolled in Head Start using the ACS and the CPS.


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Understanding Changes in Families and Households Pre and Post Katrina
This working paper Understanding Changes in Families and Households Pre and Post Katrina is from Families and Living Arrangements.


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Migration Patterns & Mover Characteristics: 2005 ACS Gulf Coast Area
The demographic composition of the New Orleans Metropolitan Area changed in the months following Hurricane Katrina.

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