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An Examination of the Quality and Utility of Interviewer Estimates of Household Characteristics in the National Survey of Family Growth

@inproceedings{West2010AnEO,
  title={An Examination of the Quality and Utility of Interviewer Estimates of Household Characteristics in the National Survey of Family Growth},
  author={B. West},
  year={2010}
}
  • B. West
  • Published 2010
  • Effective methods for repairing nonresponse error are of primary interest to the field of survey methodology, given declining response rates in household surveys of nearly all formats. Post-survey methods for repairing nonresponse error rely on the presence of auxiliary variables on a sampling frame for both respondents and non-respondents, and much methodological work has shown that the best auxiliary variables for repairing nonresponse errors are related to both the survey variables of… CONTINUE READING
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