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Appendix E Household Survey Producers Workshop Agenda Household Survey Producers Workshop June 1–2, 2011 20 F Street NW Conference Center Washington, DC 20001 AGENDA June 1, 2011 8:30–9:15 a.m. Welcome and Purpose of Workshop Connie Citro, Director, Committee on National Statistics Mike Horrigan, Associate Commissioner, Office of Prices and Living Conditions, Bureau of Labor Statistics  Don Dillman, Panel Chair, Washington State University 9:15–10:45 Session 1: Alternative Ways of Measuring Consumer Expenditures with Special Focus on International Examples Chair: Mel Stephens, Panel Member, University of Michigan • Canadian Survey of Household Spending, Guylaine Dubreuil, Statistics Canada 229

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230 MEASURING WHAT WE SPEND • UK Living Costs and Food Survey, Giles Horsfield, Office of National Statistics • Household Budget Surveys in the European Union, Peter Paul Borg, European Union • Discussant: Robert Gillingham, Panel Member, Independent Consultant 10:45–11:00 Break 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Session 2: Designs That Add Flexibility in Data Collection Mode Chair: Mark Pierzchala, Panel Member, Independent Consultant • Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, Jolene Smyth, University of Nebraska • Business R&D Innovation Survey, Richard Hough, Census Bureau • National Postsecondary Student Aid Study, Jennifer Wine, RTI • Discussant: Mick Couper, Panel Member, University of Michigan 12:30–1:45 Working Lunch to Discuss Afternoon Sessions 1:45–3:15 Session 3: Designs That Effectively Mix Data from Multiple Surveys and/or External/ Administrative Data to Produce Estimates Chair: Bruce Meyer, Panel Member, University of Chicago • Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS), Steve Machlin, AHRQ • Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS), Eileen O’Brien, EIA • Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and the National Health Interview Survey: Combining Data for Small Area Estimates, Van Parsons, NCHS • Discussant: Clyde Tucker, Panel Member, Independent Consultant 3:15–3:30 Break

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APPENDIX E 231 3:30–5:00 Session 4: Designs That Effectively Mix Global and Detail Information to Reduce Burden and Measurement Error Chair: Rob Santos, Panel Member, Urban Institute • Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS), Dave Aune, NASS • Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), Jason Fields, Census Bureau • National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), Jane Gentleman, NCHS • Discussant: Andy Peytchev, Panel Member, RTI 5:00 Working Dinner at Art & Soul to Discuss Day’s Events 7:00 Planned Adjournment June 2, 2011 8:30–10:00 a.m. Session 5: Designs That Use “Event History” Methodology to Improve Recall and Reduce Measurement Error in Recall Surveys Chair: David Betson, Panel Member, University of Notre Dame • Panel Survey of Income Dynamics, Frank Stafford, University of Michigan • Survey of Income and Program Participation, Jason Fields, Census Bureau • Discussant: Michael Schober, Panel Member, New School for Social Research 10:00–10:30 Break 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Session 6: Diary Surveys That Effectively Utilize Technology to Facilitate Recordkeeping or Recall Chair: Sarah Nusser, Panel Member, Iowa State University • National Household Food Acquisition and Purchase Survey (FOODAPS), Nancy Cole, Mathematica Policy Research

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232 MEASURING WHAT WE SPEND • Personal Diary and Survey Methodologies for Health and Environmental Data Collection, Paul Kizakevich, Research Triangle Institute • Nielsen Life360 Program, Justin Bailey, The Nielsen Company • Discussant: Michael Link, Panel Member, Nielsen 12:00–12:30 Closing, Wrap-up Don Dillman, Panel Chair, Washington State University 12:30 Planned Adjournment