Session 189:
Applications of Methods and Measurement in Population and Environment Research in Low and Middle Income Countries

Saturday, May 3
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
5th Floor

Chair: Stephen A. Matthews, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Marcia C. Castro, Harvard University

  1. Human Development Index-like Small Area Estimates for Africa Computed from IPUMS-International Integrated Census MicrodataIñaki Permanyer, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Robert McCaa, University of Minnesota

  2. Wild Resource Use in the Ecuadorian Amazon: A Multi-Ethnic and Longitudinal ApproachClark Gray, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Matthew Bozigar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Richard Bilsborrow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  3. Examining the Relationship between Temperature, Rainfall and Low Birth Weight: Evidence from 21 African CountriesKathryn Grace, University of Utah; Frank Davenport, University of California, Santa Barbara; Chris Funk, University of California, Santa Barbara

  4. Climate Variability and Demographic and Socio-Economic Vulnerability in Southern Brazil, 1980-2010: a TerraPop Case StudySusana Beatriz Adamo, Columbia University; Catherine A. Fitch, University of Minnesota; Tracy Kugler, University of Minnesota

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