Putting census data to work
Brewer, Tom David (2010) Putting census data to work. Science, 329 (5994). pp. 901-902.
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[Extract] The government of China should be commended for investing in the Chinese Family Panel Study (CFPS) ("Survey to reveal true face of Chinese society," M. Hvistendahl, News of the Week, 30 April, p. 554). The study represents a substantial advancement in the comprehensiveness of social data required to effectively govern the world's largest population during rapid, and volatile, social and economic change.
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