Pooling Data Across Transparently Different Groups of Key Informants: Measurement Equivalence and Survey Research

@article{Rungtusanatham2008PoolingDA,
  title={Pooling Data Across Transparently Different Groups of Key Informants: Measurement Equivalence and Survey Research},
  author={Manus Johnny Rungtusanatham and C. H. Ng and Xianzhong Zhao and T. S. Lee},
  journal={Decision Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={39},
  pages={115-145}
}
Survey research is often deployed in the study of situational issues facing organizations and functions within organizations. One particular survey research approach can be described as follows: (1) survey questionnaires involving perceptual questions about a situational issue are administered to key informants, one key informant per unit of analysis; (2) key informants vary in a transparent manner across units of analysis such that groups of these key informants are discernible; and (3… CONTINUE READING

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