Australian Bureau of Statistics
13220.127.116.11 - Research Paper: Empirical Models for Survey Cost, Response Rate and Bias Using Paradata (Methodology Advisory Committee), Nov 2010
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The pressures of declining survey response rates and increasing operational costs pose a threat to the quality of the survey estimates. Various sources of paradata collected by interviewers, demographic information, survey data from previous collections, and administrative data give survey methodologists and practitioners unprecedented opportunity to understand respondent behaviour, and to analyse the effectiveness of survey operations, the associated cost structures, and the implications for survey estimate accuracy.
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