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Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Panel Members and Staff
Pages 159-164

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From page 159...
... While at Iowa State, Breidt was a member of the Statistical Laboratory's Survey Section, which had as a major focus design and estimation for large-scale environmental surveys, particularly the USDA's National Resources Inventory. He is a fellow of the American Statistical Association and winner of the 2004 Distinguished Achievement Award from its Section on Statistics and the 159
From page 160...
... He served as deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury Department for tax analysis from 1998 to 2000, and as senior analyst at the Congressional Budget Office from 1988 to 1997. He is vice president of the National Tax Association, on the editorial board of Public Finance Quarterly, and a member of the International Monetary Fund F ­ iscal Analysis Division's Panel of Experts.
From page 161...
... His research interests are in labor economics, economic ­demography, and evaluation of the impact of social programs. He has served on several National Academies panels, including the Panel on Transforming Our C ­ ommon Destiny: Hispanics in the United States; the Panel on Access to
From page 162...
... John Iceland is professor of sociology and demography at Pennsylvania State University. Previously, he was an associate professor of sociology at the University of Maryland–College Park and a faculty associate of the Maryland Population Research Center.
From page 163...
... the Central Texas Student Futures Project, a regional initiative designed to study education and labor force outcomes for graduates in 10 central Texas school districts. She recently completed a multi­year assessment of the Texas subsidized child care system and is currently a member of a national research team that is designing a national survey of child care supply and demand for the assistant secretary for planning and evaluation of the U.S.
From page 164...
... Her research focuses on the health and well-being of the children of immigrants, including patterns and trends in household and family structure, child poverty, welfare receipt, food security, and child obesity and on the relationship between the policy contexts of reception and the incorporation patterns of immigrants and their children. She is also engaged in applied research that seeks to evaluate and revise methods for estimating the size, growth, and characteristics of the unauthorized migrant population living in the United States.

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