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Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 census

Rees, Philip.

Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 census

by Rees, Philip.

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Published by University of Leeds, School of Geography in Leeds .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Migration, Internal -- Tables.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhilip Rees and Oliver Duke-Williams.
    SeriesWorking paper (University of Leeds. School of Geography) -- 95/19
    ContributionsDuke-Williams, Oliver., University of Leeds. School of Geography.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 37p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16390877M

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Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 census by Rees, Philip. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper discusses the use of suppression to protect data in the Special Migration Statistics, a dataset produced from the Census, and argues that this procedure prevents accurate analysis of the by: Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the British census.

Rees PH, Duke-williams O. "This paper discusses the use of suppression to protect data in the Special Migration Statistics, a dataset produced from the [British] Census, and argues that this procedure prevents accurate analysis of the by: The Indirect Estimation of Migration: Methods for Dealing with Irregular, Inadequate, and Missing Data (The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis) [Rogers, Andrei, Little, Jani, Raymer, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Indirect Estimation of Migration: Methods for Dealing with Irregular, Inadequate, and Missing Data (The Springer Series Cited by: Topics: 05W - Demography, population studies, Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the census [ Ethnic minorities]. In the case of the place of birth data for South Africa the net number of in-migrants into the Western Cape is(Table 3) while the estimate from the data on place of residence at the time of the previous census data produced an estimate of 92, (Table 4), which suggests that one or both of these sets of data are suspect.

The Estimation of International Migration Flows: A General Technique Focused on the Origin-Destination Association Structure Show all authors. James Raymer. James Raymer. Rees, P H, Duke-Williams, O,“Methos for estimating missing data on migrants in the British Census Cited by: This paper outlines a novel method for re-estimating the migration and commuting data collected in the British census for the new geography used at the time of the British census.

Drawing on statistical descriptions of such regularities, it is often possible to improve the quality of the available data by smoothing irregular data, imposing the structures of borrowed and related data on unreliable data, and estimating missing data by indirect methods.

Model migration schedules and log-linear models are presented as powerful methods for helping population researchers, historical demographers, geographers, and migration analysts work with the data.

For each of the countries in the analysis, a time 1 estimate of U.S. natives was survived forward to a time 2.

The resulting estimate of the survived population at time 2 was then compared to the estimate observed in the census or population register. Interpolation and forecasting of population census data the best method for estimating missing data on population stock by broad citizenship (nationals, foreigners - EU27 citizens, foreigners Author: Kosei Fukuda.

Rees, P.H. and Duke-Williams, O. () Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the British Census, International Journal of Population Geography, 3: Citation information The following statements should be attached to all output produced using this data set.

Among immigrants, a total of or. 20 percent are missing from the register (of a total of immigrants). Missing data is primarily a problem at this level when those missing data are in.

some way different to those that we have information on. In the case of the migration study, the economic position of the family head is a nominal-measured variable (Self-employed, Other employed, Unemployed, Retired, Students (inactive), Other inactive, Students (active)), and most methods of imputing such missing data.

Migration is the third process (with fertility and mortality) that governs population change. For most national populations, its contribution to population change is small relative to those of births and deaths, but as the civil division of interest becomes smaller, the salience of migration typically becomes larger.

METHODOLOGY FOR ESTIMATING THE INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT STOCK BY SEX, AGE AND ORIGIN 1. Reference years The dataset Trends in International Migrant Stock: The Revision (United Nations database, POP/DB/MIG/Stock/Rev) contains estimates of the total number of international migrants by country or area by sex, age and origin.

Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the British census. Migration and metropolitan growth: Two analytical models. San Francisco: (). Migration and residential mobility: Macro and micro approaches.

().Author: James Raymer. Book Review: COPING WITH THE REACTION OF THE HONG KONG PEOPLE TO THE TRANSFER OF POWER edited by W. Menski.

Trentham Books, London, No. of pages: x + Price: £ ISBN 0 99X. Allan M. Findlay; Pages: ; First Published: 04 December derived data on a range of social and economic characteristics of the unauthorized population developed with an extension of the residual estimates.

Finally, historical data on trends in unauthorized migration and several alternative estimation methods are presented and discussed. Estimating recent migration and net international migration from population Using international migration data from the census with other data sources Handbook on Measuring International Migration through Population Censuses recommendation (Simmons, ).

By then, it was also well acknowledged that a “concept of residence” had been a. Methods for handling missing data Conventional methods Listwise deletion (or complete case analysis): If a case has missing data for any of the variables, then simply exclude that case from the analysis.

It is usually the default in statistical packages. (Briggs et al.,). This documentation describes a proposed method for imputing missing data among immigrants in the Register of the Population’s Level of Education (BU) in Norway.

In Norway, the Register for the Population’s Level of Education (BU) contains .The post-enumeration survey-based coverage measurement program associated with the Census was called the Post-Enumeration Program (PEP); in the Census it was called the Post-Enumeration Survey (PES); in Census it was called the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation (A.C.E.); and for the Census it is called Census Coverage Measurement (CCM).Tom A.

Moultrie, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Future Directions. Indirect estimation methods were not intended as a long-term replacement for direct estimation of demographic rates from census and vital registration data; the methods were derived as a stopgap way of estimating rates from limited and defective data, with the hope that.