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--> Appendix Workshop on U.S. Immigration Statistics: An Assessment of Data Needs for Future Research Agenda 17–18 September 1992 Committee on National Statistics and Committee on Population National Academy of Sciences Green Building, Room 104 Georgetown Facility 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. Sponsored by Immigration and Naturalization Service and National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Thursday, 17 September Introductions and opening remarks Michael Teitelbaum, Chair Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education Suzanne Woolsey Committee on National Statistics Miron Straf Committee on Population Samuel Preston Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Gene McNary National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Wendy Baldwin INS Data Programs and Future Needs Edward J. Lynch NICHD Research Purpose Nancy Moss
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--> Session 1 Immigration Trends: Magnitude and Characteristics (Rapporteur: Jeffrey Passel) Presenters Michael Greenwood Frank Bean Panelists Sherrie Kossoudji Karen Woodrow Discussion Session 2 Assimilation and the Impact of Immigration on Health, Education, and Social Programs (Rapporteur: Steven Sandell) Presenters Marta Tienda Rubén Rumbaut Panelists Alejandro Portes W. Parker Frisbie Discussion Session 3 Labor Force Issues (Rapporteur: Lindsay Lowell) Presenters James P. Smith M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly Panelists Thomas Espenshade Robert Bach Discussion Friday, 18 September Session 4 Family and Social Networks (Rapporteur: Lisa Roney) Presenters Douglas Massey Mark Rosenzweig and Guillermina Jasso Panelists Bryan Roberts Mary Waters Discussion Session 5 Data Needs for Measuring the Impact of Immigration Reports from Rapporteurs Jeffrey Passel Lindsay Lowell Steven Sandell Lisa Roney Discussant Robert Warren Discussion
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--> Session 6 Design and Implementation of Longitudinal Studies Presenters Barbara Anderson Michael White Panelists William Butz Robert Gardner Discussion Session 7 General Discussion of Where We Go From Here Discussion Concluding Remarks Jeffery Evans Edward Lynch Papers Presented at the Workshop Barbara A. Anderson, ''Considerations in Longitudinal Research on Immigrants'' Frank D. Bean, "U.S. Immigration Trends and Policies: Recent Patterns and Emerging Contradictions" M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, "Labor Force Recomposition and Industrial Restructuring in Electronics: Implications for Free Trade" Michael J. Greenwood and John M. McDowell, "The Labor Market Consequences of U.S. Immigration" Guillermina Jasso and Mark R. Rosenzweig, "U.S. Immigration and the Family" Douglas S. Massey and Luin Goldring, "Continuities in Transnational Migration: An Analysis of 13 Mexican Communities" Rubén G. Rumbaut, "A Problem in Search of an Explanation: Some Research Questions on Assimilation and Immigrant Health, Mental Health, and Education" James P. Smith, "Labor Markets and Economic Assimilation of Hispanic Immigrants" Marta Tienda, "What We Don't Know Hurts Us: Data Needs and Research Priorities for Immigration and Income Maintenance Policy" Michael J. White, "A Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants: Issues and Opportunities"
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--> Workshop Participants Barbara A. Anderson, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan Robert L. Bach, Department of Sociology, State University of New York, Binghamton Wendy H. Baldwin, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Frank D. Bean, Population Research Center, University of Texas, Austin Cynthia Buckley, Department of Sociology, University of Texas, Austin Greg Butler, Policy Development, U.S. Department of Justice William P. Butz, Associate Director for Demographic Fields, U.S. Bureau of the Census Karen Carver, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Julie DaVanzo, Economics and Statistics Department, The RAND Corporation William Diaz, The Ford Foundation Thomas Espenshade, Office of Population Research, Princeton University V. Jeffery Evans, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University W. Parker Frisbie, Population Research Center, University of Texas, Austin Robert W. Gardner, Brunswick, Maine Maria E. Gonzalez, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, U.S. Office of Management and Budget Linda Gordon, Immigration and Naturalization Service Steve Goss, Office of the Actuary, Social Security Administration Michael J. Greenwood, Department of Economics, University of Colorado Manuel Garcia y Griego, School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine Linda Hardy, National Science Foundation Michael Hoefer, Statistics Division, Immigration and Naturalization Service Guillermina Jasso, Department of Sociology, New York University Sherrie A. Kossoudji, Department of Economics, University of Michigan Ellen P. Kraly, Department of Geography, Colgate University Roger Kramer, U.S. Department of Labor Eric Larson, Program Evaluation and Methodology Division, General Accounting Office B. Lindsay Lowell, Immigration Policy and Research, U.S. Department of Labor Edward J. Lynch, Office of Strategic Planning, Immigration and Naturalization Service Douglas S. Massey, Population Research Center, NORC/University of Chicago Gene McNary, Immigration and Naturalization Service
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--> Leslie Megyeri, Subcommittee on International Law, Immigration, and Refugees, U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Moss, National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Jeffrey S. Passel, The Urban Institute Alejandro Portes, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University Samuel H. Preston, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania Bryan Roberts, Population Research Center, University of Texas, Austin J. Gregory Robinson, Population Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census Lisa Roney, Immigration and Naturalization Service Mark R. Rosenzweig, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania Rubén G. Rumbaut, Department of Sociology, San Diego State University Steven Sandell, The Urban Institute Richard Schauffler, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University James P. Smith, Labor and Population Program, The RAND Corporation Shirley Smith, Immigration Policy and Research, U.S. Department of Labor Jay D. Teachman, Department of Sociology, University of Maryland Michael S. Teitelbaum, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Marta Tienda, Population Studies Center, University of Chicago Robert Valdez, The RAND Corporation Stephanie Ventura, National Center for Health Statistics Joyce Vialet, Library of Congress Eric Wanner, Russell Sage Foundation Robert Warren, Statistical Analysis Bureau, Immigration and Naturalization Service Robert Warren, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin Ruth Wasem, Library of Congress Mary Waters, Department of Sociology, Harvard University Michael J. White, Department of Sociology, Brown University Karen Woodrow, Center for Social and Demographic Analysis, State University of New York, Albany Christian Zlolniski, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara National Research Council Staff Michele L. Conrad, Committee on National Statistics Barry Edmonston, Committee on National Statistics Helen M. Lopez, Committee on National Statistics Linda Martin, Committee on Population Miron Straf, Committee on National Statistics Suzanne H. Woolsey, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education Meyer Zitter, Committee on National Statistics
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