USC Conference on California Growth Forecasts

USC Conference on California Growth Forecasts

University of Southern California

Sponsored by California State Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit-State Census Data Center; US Bureau of the Census; Public Policy Institute of California; and USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development.

This year’s workshop has two broad purposes. The first is to explore the difficulties and implications of long-term population growth forecasts for California and its regions. The second, pursued in the afternoon workshop sessions, is to address in detail key assumptions and methods pertaining to particular forecast variables.

This workshop draws together experts in demography, key policy makers and administrators of the U.S. Bureau of the Census and individuals who utilize new and innovative demographic techniques in their professional endeavors. We hope you will join us in this important and unique event that is designed to address the concerns of demographic data users in business, government, the non-profit sector and the media.

Panels include:

Challenges of Growth Forecasts for California

Focus on Migration

Survey of Key Facts

Afternoon Roundtable Breakouts:

Fertility Trends

Migration and Immigration

Labor Force Participation and “Double Jobbing”

Housing Needs

School Enrollments

Accessing Census Data

Related Link: 15th Annual USC Demographic Workshop

For more information contact:

Dowell Myers
University of Southern California
3518 Trousdale Pkwy, VKC 363
Los Angeles
CA 90089-0041

Phone: 213-740-7095
Fax: 213-821-1466
Email: [email protected]

Posted June 6, 2002

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