JSM Activity #109

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Activity ID:  109
Evaluating and Addressing Nonresponse in Surveys
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Room: H-Gibson Suite
Section on Survey Research Methods* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Arthur Blank, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Floor Discussion 11:50 AM

How do we assess the effects of missing data? The papers here present several approaches--including model-assisted weighting and a follow-up survey--some of them addressing nonignorable nonresponse.
  301903  By:  Roger  Shores 10:35 AM 08/12/2002
Investigating the Efficacy of the Non-Interview Adjustment and Poststratification in the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation's Housing Unit Dual System Estimation

  301140  By:  Thomas R. Belin 10:50 AM 08/12/2002
Reflecting Uncertainty Due to Possibly Nonignorable Missingness for Unresolved Coverage Evaluation Survey Cases

  300485  By:  Jai  Won Choi 11:05 AM 08/12/2002
A Nonparametric Bayesian Analysis of a Proportion Under Nonignorable Nonresponse

  301728  By:  Timothy  Triplett 11:20 AM 08/12/2002
Using a Short Follow-up Survey to Compare Respondents and Nonrespondents

  301263  By:  Eric V. Slud 11:35 AM 08/12/2002
Model-assisted Weighting for Survey Data with Multiple Response Modes

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Revised March 2002