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Conference Paper International Statistical Institute Session

The Impact of Dependent Interviewing on Measurement Error in Panel Surveys

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12 Apr 2005

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Here we summarise findings from the first large-scale experimental comparison of proactive and reactive DI with traditional independent interviewing. It was carried out in the UK in 2003 with a sample of over 1,000 respondents. Results relate to modules of questions about sources of income, occupation and employment. We also highlight unresolved issues.

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