The Costs of Using Pre-Paid Incentives in a Physician Survey

@inproceedings{Hogan2009TheCO,
  title={The Costs of Using Pre-Paid Incentives in a Physician Survey},
  author={Sean O. Hogan},
  year={2009}
}
  • Sean O. Hogan
  • Published 2009
  • Business
  • The use of pre-paid monetary incentives in surveys of respondents with specialized knowledge, such as business executives and physicians, has been shown to help reduce overall survey administration costs. Current research suggests that by offering a cash incentive to respondents at the outset of data collection, survey managers may reduce the need for follow-up efforts. This paper uses the results of a survey of office-based physicians in the United States to put a finer point to another… CONTINUE READING

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