TitleRecommendations on communicating population projections
AccessEnglish:ECECESSTAT20181 - PDF ; Japanese:ECECESSTAT20181_jp - PDF ;
Contains a series of good practices and recommendations on effectively communicating the results of population projections. Here, "communication" encompasses not only how projections should be disseminated to users, but also what should be communicated. -- Chapter 1 Research framework and terminology -- Chapter 2 Provide pertinent and accessible results -- Chapter 3 Cultivate transparency -- Chapter 4 Address uncertainty explicitly -- Chapter 5 Foster relationships with users -- Appendix A Questionnaire of the user survey -- Appendix B Questionnaire of the NSO survey -- Appendix C Suggested template for reporting metadata about population projections -- Appendix D Examples of documentation of consultations with experts -- Appendix E Main advantages and limitations associated with probabilistic projections -- Appendix F Examples of uncertainty analysis and sensitivity analysis -- Appendix G Example of the use of probabilistic projections for optimal decision making -- Appendix H Examples of high-level communication about uncertainty.
At head of title: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Prepared by the Task Force on Population Projections. Includes bibliographical references (p. 46-56). Available online (viewed 20 Aug. 2019)