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Research Paper Working Papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-Social Change 02

Design issues in the British Household Panel Study

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01 Sep 1991

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Demography and Survey Methodology

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The paper gives a brief overview of the British Household Panel Study and some key aspects of its design. A short discussion of some of the analytic advantages of panel data is complemented by three examples of research issues where panel data can assist in the understanding of micro-social change: (1) changing populations: (2) non-sampling errors (and especially non-response and panel conditioning); and (3) sample design.; working paper


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