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Cornell Program on Applied Demographics

Cornell Program on Applied Demographics

About PAD

The Program on Applied Demographics (PAD) brings skills in demographics, economics, statistics, data gathering and data analysis together to provide a variety of organizations with data, information and advice. PAD works closely with the New York State Department of Labor, the U.S. Census Bureau and other organizations to assist them in their activities. Examples of PAD's activities can be found here.

PAD is part of the Cornell Population Center, a university-wide program serving 96 affiliates from 24 different departments and is housed in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University.

Being part of Cornell University gives PAD easy access to a world of further expertise. It also provides an environment that can handle different kinds of grants and other types of funding and cooperation.

Cornell University is home to one of the U.S. Census Research Data Centers (RDC) nationwide. The RDC, housed at CISER, provides secure access to confidential microdata from a number of administrative and survey data sources. These are invaluable resources to help understand various demographic processes.

Contact us if you want to know more about the kind of work we are doing and to discuss how we can help you.