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|Survey Errors and Survey Costs|
Robert M.Survey Errors and Survey ... Textbook Groves
|Type: ||eBook |
|Released: ||2004 |
|Publisher: ||Wiley-Interscience |
|Page Count: ||613 |
|Format: ||pdf |
|Language: ||English |
|ISBN-10: ||0471678511 |
|ISBN-13: ||9780471678519 |
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"Survey Errors and Survey Costs is a well-written, well-presented, and highly readable text that should be on every error-conscious statisticians bookshelf. Any courses that cover the theory and design of surveys should certainly have Survey Errors and Survey Costs on their reading lists." --Phil Edwards MEL, Aston University Science Park, UK Review in The Statistician, Vol. 40, No. 3, 1991
"This volume is an extremely valuable contribution to survey methodology. It has many virtues: First, it provides a framework in which survey errors can be segregated by sources. Second, Groves has skillfully synthesized existing knowledge, bringing together in an easily accessible form empirical knowledge from a variety of sources. Third, he has managed to integrate into a common framework the contributions of several disciplines. For example, the work of psychometricians and cognitive psychologists is made relevant to the research of econometricians as well as the field experience of sociologists. Finally, but not least, Groves has managed to present all this in a style that is accessible to a wide variety of readers ranging from survey specialists to policymakers." --Peter H. Rossi University of Massachusetts at Amherst Review in Journal of Official Statistics, January 1991
From the Publisher
Presents a comprehensive treatment of survey errors and the costs and benefits of alternative survey designs, integrating statistical and social science perspectives on survey design. Considers coverage error, nonresponse error, sampling error, and measurement error, including the effects of interviewers and respondents, the wording of the questionnaire, and mode of data collection. A review of the social science and statistical literatures on survey errors is included, and the relationships between the different types of errors are explored. Presents cost models designed to reduce the various types of errors.
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