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Activity ID:  181
Title
* Survey Panels and Longitudinal Analysis
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/13/2002
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Room: H-Gibson Suite
Section on Government Statistics*, Section on Health Policy Statistics*, Section on Survey Research Methods* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: Michael D. Sinclair, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Discussant:  
Floor Discussion 10:05 AM
Description

Issues and analyses related to longitudinal surveys and panels are presented. The surveys discussed include the Knowledge Networks Panel, the Add Health Study, the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, and others.
  301056  By:  William D. Kalsbeek 8:35 AM 08/13/2002
Predictors of Nonresponse In a Longitudinal Survey of Adolescents

  300523  By:  Jonaki  Bose 8:50 AM 08/13/2002
Nonresponse Bias Analysis of Longitudinal Data: Results from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-99

  300689  By:  John  Sommers 9:05 AM 08/13/2002
State Estimates for the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey--Household Component (MEPS - HC)

  301700  By:  Janet C. Greenblatt 9:20 AM 08/13/2002
An Example of a Longitudinal Analysis Using the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS)

  301677  By:  Vicki J. Huggins 9:35 AM 08/13/2002
Evaluation of Differential Sampling in the Knowledge Networks Panel: What is the Effect on Coverage, Variance and Bias for Key Statistics?

  301659  By:  Katya   Seryakova 9:50 AM 08/13/2002
An Evaluation of Nonresponse Bias in Internet Surveys Conducted Using the Knowledge Networks Panel

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