In Contemporary Jewry, 2022. An evaluation of Pew Research Center's survey, Jewish Americans in 2020, this paper considers the underlying construct of Jewish identity, its operationalization by Pew, and evaluates the convergent validity of Pew's findings.
In Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2018, 57(2) 206-220. This study compared three different data synthesis methods for estimation of the Jewish population with samples of surveys in Canada where results could be compared to the Canadian census. The Bayesian Multilevel estimation with Poststratification employed by AJPP outperformed other methods of data synthesis and yielded estimates on par with the census.
In Contemporary Jewry, July 2013, Volume 33, Issue 1-2, pp 43-62. This paper describes a multi-stage program of research that addresses the methodological and substantive challenges of providing valid socio-demographic data on the contemporary American Jewish population.