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  1. Improving response rates

    Jonathan Burton

  2. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 9: results from methodological experiments

    Michaela Benzeval, Annamaria Bianchi, Mike Brewer, et al.

  3. Using an App to collect detailed expenditure data in a probability household panel survey: response rates, response biases and measurement quality

    Annette Jäckle, Carli Lessof, Jonathan Burton, et al.

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Survey Methodology
  4. Fieldwork experiments to boost web response

    Jonathan Burton

  5. Results for web/face-to-face linkage consent questions in the Innovation Panel

    Jonathan Burton

  6. Understanding Society

    Jonathan Burton

  7. Do interviewers’ attitudes towards sharing personal information affect the consent rate they achieve?

    Jonathan Burton and Tarek Al Baghal

  8. Full house: trying to encourage whole-household web-completion

    Jonathan Burton

  9. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 7: Results from Methodological Experiments

    Annelies G. Blom, Jonathan Burton, Cara L. Booker, et al.

  10. Going online with a face-to-face household panel: effects of a mixed mode design on item and unit non-response

    Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, and Jonathan Burton

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Survey Methodology
  11. Mixed modes data collection

    Jonathan Burton

  12. The feasibility of conducting a Universal Credit panel survey

    Heather Laurie, Nick Buck, Jonathan Burton, et al.

    1. Public Policy
    2. Welfare Benefits
    3. Government
    4. Survey Methodology
    5. Research
  13. Linking administrative records to surveys: differences in the correlates to consent decisions

    Tarek Al Baghal, Gundi Knies, and Jonathan Burton

    1. Education
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Health
  14. Analysis of four studies in a comparative framework reveals: health linkage consent rates on British cohort studies higher than on UK household panel surveys

    Gundi Knies and Jonathan Burton

    1. Survey Methodology
    2. Health
  15. Propensity to consent to data linkage: experimental evidence on the role of three survey design features in a UK longitudinal panel

    Emanuela Sala, Gundi Knies, and Jonathan Burton

  16. Exploring role of interviewers in collecting survey respondents’ consent to link survey data to administrative records.

    Jonathan Burton, Emanuela Sala, and Gundi Knies

  17. Exploring role of interviewers in collecting survey respondents’ consent to link survey data to administrative records.

    Jonathan Burton, Emanuela Sala, and Gundi Knies

  18. From face-to-face to mixed-modes: lessons from experiments on the UK Understanding Society Innovation Panel

    Jonathan Burton

  19. Propensity to consent to data linkage: experimental evidence from the Innovation Panel on the role of three survey design features

    Jonathan Burton, Emanuela Sala, and Gundi Knies

  20. Collecting biomarkers using trained interviewers. Lessons learned from a pilot study

    Stephanie L. McFall, Anne Conolly, and Jonathan Burton

    1. Medicine
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Health
    4. Biology
  21. Understanding Society Innovation Panel Wave 5: results from methodological experiments

    Katrin Auspurg, Jonathan Burton, Carl Cullinane, et al.

  22. Lessons from mixed‐modes design experiments on the Understanding Society Innovation Panel

    Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, and Jonathan Burton

  23. Propensity to consent to data linkage: experimental evidence from the Innovation Panel on the role of three survey design features

    Emanuela Sala, Gundi Knies, and Jonathan Burton

  24. Enhancing the current knowledge on linking survey data to administrative records. Evidence from the Innovation Panel of the UK Household Longitudinal Study

    Emanuela Sala, Jonathan Burton, and Gundi Knies

  25. Feasibility considerations in a pilot study of interviewer collection of biomeasures

    Stephanie L. McFall, Anne Conolly, and Jonathan Burton

  26. Going online with a face-to-face household panel: results from an experiment on the UK Household Longitudinal Study Innovation Panel

    Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, and Jonathan Burton

  27. CONSENT TO HEALTH RECORD LINKAGE ON LONGITUDINAL STUDIES: COMMONALITIES AND DIFFERENCES ACCROSS UK COHORT AND HOUSEHOLD PANEL STUDIES

    Gundi Knies and Jonathan Burton

  28. Enhancing the current knowledge on linking survey data to administrative records. Evidence from the Innovation Panel of the UK Household Longitudinal Study

    Emanuela Sala, Gundi Knies, and Jonathan Burton

  29. Going online with a face-to-face household panel: results from an experiment on the UK Household Longitudinal Study Innovation Panel

    Annette Jäckle, Peter Lynn, and Jonathan Burton

  30. Feasibility considerations in a pilot study of interviewer collection of biomeasures

    Stephanie L. McFall, Anne Conolly, and Jonathan Burton


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