Puga-Gonzalez, Ivan, Rachel J. Bacon, David Voas, F. LeRon Shults, Konrad T. Kaminski, Lukasz Kiszkiel, Wesley J. Wildman. 2022. “Adapting Cohort Component Methods to a Microsimulation: a Case Study.” Social Science Computer Review
Bacon, Rachel J., George Hodulik, David Voas, Ivan Puga-Gonzalez, Wesley Wildman. “Stay on Target: Population Projections and Microsimulation Design.” International Journal of Microsimulation
Bacon, Rachel J., George Hodulik, Wesley Wildman. “Assessing the Cost of Population Dynamics Design Options in a Microsimulation.” Intended for a simulation or interdisciplinary methods journal.
Bacon, Rachel J., Ahmed Alavi Rashid. “Have Religious Differences in Meat Consumption in India Changed?” Intended for public health or nutrition journal.
Bacon, Rachel J., Elly Svendsen Bjerknes, Philip Skipitaris, Madison Sherwood-Walter, Laura Shults, F. LeRon Shults. “Autobiographical and Retrospective Data of Early 20th Century Religion in Norway.” Intended for Review of Religious Research
Burger, Annetta, Erez Hatna, Joshua Epstein. “Dynamics of Sects and Secularization: An Agent-based Approach.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Baltimore, MD. November 11-13, 2022
Bacon, Rachel J., Gina Zurlo, Wesley Wildman. “Building a Multiple-Dimension Database of Religiosity Measures for the Modeling Religious Change Project.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Baltimore, MD. November 11-13, 2022
Bacon, Rachel J., George Hodulik, Wesley Wildman. “Assessing the Cost of Population Dynamics Design Options in a Microsimulation.”The European Social Simulation Association’s annual Social Simulation Conference. Milan, Italy. September 12-16, 2022.
Bacon, Rachel J., George Hodulik, David Voas, Ivan Puga-Gonzalez, Wesley Wildman. “Why Your Microsimulation Misses the Mark: Identifying and Solving Sources of Divergence Between Microsimulation and Cohort Component Models of Population Change.” Poster presented at the Population Association of America. Atlanta, GA. April 8, 2022.
Bacon, Rachel J. “Retrospective Measures on Parents’ Attendance and Religiosity in the U.S.: How Far Back Can We Go, and What Does it Tell Us.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Portland, OR. October 22, 2021.
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