Paul P. Biemer
Distinguished Fellow, Statistics
Paul Biemer, PhD, has more than 30 years of postdoctoral experience in survey methods and statistics. He joined RTI in 1991, serving as director of the survey methods program until 1994 and of the Center for Survey Methods and Research from 1994 to 2000. Dr. Biemer's scientific contributions to survey methodology and statistics include developing methodologies for using computer audio-recorded interviewing, using latent class analysis as a survey error evaluation tool, and applying continuous quality improvement to the coding of industry and occupation question responses. He holds a joint appointment with the Odum Institute for Research in Social Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he is associate director for survey research and director of the certificate program in survey methodology. He has written five books, 35 peer-reviewed publications, 17 book chapters, and numerous papers and presentations.
PhD, Statistics, Texas A&M University; MS, Statistics, Texas A&M University; BS, Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
Biemer, P.P., Chen, P., & Wang, K. (Jan 2013)
Biemer, P.P., & Peytchev, A. (Sep 2012)
Madans, J., Miller, K., Maitland, A. & Willis, G. (Eds.) (Aug 2011)
Tucker, C., Biemer, P.P., & Meekins, B. (Jun 2011)
Biemer, P.P. (Jan 2011)