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Moving from CAPI to Sequential CATI-CAPI Data Collection in a Household Panel Survey: Experiences from the UKHLS Innovation Panel

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03 Sep 2009

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This paper assesses the effect of changing the mode of data collection in the UKHLS Innovation Panel on different aspects of data quality. Wave 1 of the Innovation Panel was conducted with face-to-face interviews (CAPI). At wave 2, households were randomly allocated to either CAPI or telephone interviewing (CATI). In the CATI group, non-respondents were further followed up in CAPI. The paper assess the effects of the mode treatment on individual and household-level response rates, item non-response and response distributions.


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  1. Moving from CAPI to Sequential CATI-CAPI Data Collection in a Household Panel Survey: Experiences from the UKHLS Innovation Panel

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