Presentations and webinars
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New from Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Secion
2020 Population and Economic Data Conference
Alaska’s annual population and economic data conference is online this year. How has Alaska’s population changed since 2010? How does declining fertility trends affect population projections for the U.S. and Alaska? What challenges does the Census Bureau’s new disclosure avoidance system present to data users?
Find it here: https://live.laborstats.alaska.gov/cen/presentations.cfm
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COVID-19 Economic Impacts in the Twin Cities
Metropolitan Council Research designed a scenario analysis of how the Twin Cities region’s workforce and households are impacted by the current economic crisis. We sought to answer: What impacts will job losses have on households’ incomes? How much will federal responses mitigate the economic pain?
Find it here: https://metrocouncil.org/Data-and-Maps/Research-and-Data/Research-by-topic/COVID-19-Economic-Impacts.aspx#tab_CssTabs_2
When: Wed., December 4, 2:00 Eastern (11:00 Pacific). The webinar will be 90 minutes.
Presentation slidedecks are now available:
- Census implementing new disclosure avoidance methods with 2020 Census public data products (Beth Jarosz)
- Overview of Differential Privacy, effects on data accuracy, examples based on Census’s decennial demonstration data tables (David Van Riper)
- Proposed data products, what tables will be available (Jan Vink)
- How you can review the demonstration data tables now online (Beth and Jan)
- Suggested next steps, and opportunities for feedback (Todd Graham)
Presenters for this webinar are:
- Jan Vink, research specialist at Cornell Program on Applied Demographics
- Dave Van Riper, spatial analysis director at Univ of Minnesota Population Center
- Beth Jarsoz, demographer at Population Reference Bureau
- Todd Graham, principal demographer at Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities.
Thanks to Jenn Shultz, Pennsylvania State Data Center for hosting this webinar meeting.
In this webinar, SDC members from three states provide updates and lessons on “standing up” their Complete Count Committees. They provided information about the Committee structures, activities, budget, and the particular SDC role.
This webinar is the fifth in a series of Plan to Plan for 2020 webinars organized by the SDC Steering Committee and hosted by the SDC Program. (October 3, 2018)
Presentation materials are provided here:
- Montana Complete Count Committee by Mary Craigle – Montana Department of Commerce
- New Mexico SDC support of Complete Count Committees by Suzan Reagan – Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of New Mexico
- North Carolina SDC and Complete Count Committees by Bob Coats – North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management
- North Carolina’s 2020 Census FactSheet
The WebEx recording is available here: https://census.webex.com/census/ldr.php?RCID=84893a73a8b62e2d7a7ce4344d405ee3