10:10-10:25

Break

10:25-12:00

Federal Household Survey System at a Crossroads (continued)

Statistics Without Surveys? About the Past, Present and Future of Data Collection in The Netherlands
Jelke Bethlehem, Statistics Netherlands

    Statistics Canada’s Household Survey Strategy Jean-Louis Tambay, Statistics Canada

Discussant
Chester Bowie, National Opinion Research Center

12:00-1:00

Lunch to Continue Morning Discussion of the U.S. and International Models

1:00-2:45

Sampling Frames Chair: Graham Kalton, Westat

Using Large Surveys to Assist in Frame Development for Smaller Surveys

James Lepkowski, University of Michigan

The Role of the American Community Survey in Sampling Rare Populations
Keith Rust, Westat

Sampling Frames for Federal Household Surveys: A Vision for the Future
Frederick Scheuren, National Opinion Research Center

2:45-3:00

Break

3:00-4:40

Methods: Collection of Household Data

Chair: Katharine Abraham, Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland

New Data Collection Modes and the Challenge of Making Them Effective
Don Dillman, Washington State University



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