Collecting and combining data from multiple sources poses many challenges but holds great promise to expand the set of research questions that can be addressed. This workshop will examine different ways in which government, private industry, and academic researchers have been combining multiple sources of data in order to inform policy, make strategic business decisions, or produce scientific evidence.
Fred Conrad, University of Michigan, Program in Survey Methodology
Zeina Mneimneh, University of Michigan, Program in Survey Methodology
Megan Walsh, Nielsen
Fabian Pfeffer, University of Michigan, Population Studies Center
Trent Alexander, University of Michigan, Populations Studies Center
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