Session 89:
Special Measurement Issues

Friday, March 31
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
San Gabriel C
Lobby Level

Chair: T. Paul Schultz, Yale University
Discussant: Martha Ainsworth, World Bank Group

  1. How Do We Know if a Program Made a Difference? A Helicopter Tour of the Econometrics of Non-Randomly Allocated Community-Level ProgramsGustavo Angeles, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Peter M. Lance, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Overestimating HIV Infection: The Construction and Accuracy of Subjective Probabilities of HIV Infection in Rural MalawiPhilip A. Anglewicz, University of Pennsylvania

  3. The Demographic Profile of Twins: Temptation of Mimetism or Dissimilarity among Co-Twins ?Nadège Couvert, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  4. A Comparison of U.S. Mother and Daughter Reports about Intergenerational TransfersI-Fen Lin, Bowling Green State University; Megan Hanning, Bowling Green State University

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