The TXRDC welcomes interested researchers to attend sessions of research presentations and methods workshops on new options for investigating segregation using micro-data. Tuesday morning May 14 features a workshop on new methods for analyzing and decomposing segregation indices using micro-data for households. Tuesday afternoon May 14 features three presentations on recent segregation research with a reception to follow. Wednesday morning May 15 features a workshop on using discrete choice models to investigate segregation dynamics. We welcome you to attend as many sessions as your schedule permits.
Workshop participation is free. Researchers and students from all disciplines are welcome. Lunch will be provided. See the link below to RSVP (for head counts and food orders).
Email Mark Fossett at email@example.com with questions and/or to request meeting with visiting researchers.
Event Details and RSVP
Please CLICK HERE to RSVP for the event sessions and lunch.
Please CLICK HERE for a flyer with a description of the workshop and the workshop agenda.
Please CLICK HERE for the A&M campus map showing the location of the Academic building.
Related Publications by Workshop Presenters
Crowell, Amber R. and Mark Fossett. 2017. “White and Latino Locational Attainments: Assessing the Role of Race and Resources in U.S. Metropolitan Residential Segregation.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 4(4):491-507.
Goldsmith, Pat Rubio, Maureen Pylman and William Vélez. 2016. “Are there Neighborhood Effects on Young Adult Neighborhood Attainment? Evidence from Mixed-logit Models.” Social Science Research 64:25-42.