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A central attribute of the Michigan Population Studies Center is its focus on the creation and improvement of new methods for the collection and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative empirical data. We have been a leader in the creation of data collection instruments, including questionnaire design, sampling methods, the use of focus groups, and mixed-methods approaches. Innovations in analytical methodology have also been hallmarks of the Center's agenda of research.
Demographic Data Sharing and Archiving (LeClere)
HANDLS Sample Design and Selection 2010-2011 (Lepkowski)
Mental Health Burden Study (Heeringa)
Scaling and Segregation Dynamics (Bruch)
Synthetic Data Generation for Small Area Estimation (Raghunathan)
U-M Program in Survey Methodology (Lepkowski)