References

Brownrigg, L.A., and M. de la Puente 1993 Alternative Enumeration Methods and Results: Resolution and Resolved Populations by Site. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

Bureau of the Census 1999 Master Trace Sample: Research Objectives. Unpublished paper, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

Clogg, Clifford C., Donald B. Rubin, Nathaniel Schenker, Bradley Schultz, and Lynn Weidman 1991 Multiple imputation of industry and occupation codes in census public-use samples using Bayesian logistic regression. Journal of the American Statistical Association 86(413):68-78.

Dillman, Don A., Jon R. Clark, and James B. Treat 1994 Influence of 13 Design Factors on Completion Rates to Decennial Census Questionnaires. Paper presented at the Annual Research Conference of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Arlington, Va. (March).

Federal Register 1999 Notice of availability of proposed records schedules; request for comments. Federal Register 64(238: December 13):69571-69572.

Goldstein, Harvey 1995 Multilevel Statistical Models. London: Edward Arnold and New York, Halstead Press.

Lott, Juanita Tamayo, and Jay Keller 1999 Continuity and Change: The Decennial Census in the 21st Century. Paper prepared for the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 7-12, Baltimore, Md. (September 10, final revision).



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DESIGNING THE 2010 CENSUS: First Interim Report References Brownrigg, L.A., and M. de la Puente 1993 Alternative Enumeration Methods and Results: Resolution and Resolved Populations by Site. Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Bureau of the Census 1999 Master Trace Sample: Research Objectives. Unpublished paper, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C. Clogg, Clifford C., Donald B. Rubin, Nathaniel Schenker, Bradley Schultz, and Lynn Weidman 1991 Multiple imputation of industry and occupation codes in census public-use samples using Bayesian logistic regression. Journal of the American Statistical Association 86(413):68-78. Dillman, Don A., Jon R. Clark, and James B. Treat 1994 Influence of 13 Design Factors on Completion Rates to Decennial Census Questionnaires. Paper presented at the Annual Research Conference of the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Arlington, Va. (March). Federal Register 1999 Notice of availability of proposed records schedules; request for comments. Federal Register 64(238: December 13):69571-69572. Goldstein, Harvey 1995 Multilevel Statistical Models. London: Edward Arnold and New York, Halstead Press. Lott, Juanita Tamayo, and Jay Keller 1999 Continuity and Change: The Decennial Census in the 21st Century. Paper prepared for the Joint Statistical Meetings, August 7-12, Baltimore, Md. (September 10, final revision).

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