Session 121:
Methodological Innovations in AIDS-Related Research

Friday, May 4
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Union Square 17-18
Fourth Floor

Chair: Margaret Frye, University of California, Berkeley
Discussant: Susan Watkins, University of California, Los Angeles

  1. The More You Learn the Less You Know? Interpretive Ambiguity across Three Modes of Qualitative Data CollectionNicole Angotti, University of Colorado at Boulder; Amy Kaler, University of Alberta

  2. Using Panel Data to Partially Identify HIV Prevalence when HIV Status is Not Missing at RandomElisabetta De Cao, Università Bocconi; Bruno Arpino, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Franco Peracchi, Tor Vergata University and EIEF

  3. The Impact of AIDS Mortality on Indirect Estimates of FertilityThomas M. McDevitt, U.S. Census Bureau

  4. Do Third-Party Reports Improve the Measurement of Sensitive Behaviors? A Validation Study Using Social Network and HIV Biomarker DataJames Mkandawire, University of Malawi; Stephane Helleringer, Columbia University

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