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512 Wed, 8/6/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-153A
Survey Methods and Estimation - 2 — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Andrew White, NCES/IES   
10:35 AM Examining interviewer-respondent interactions in the Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) Kevin Moore, Federal Reserve Board ; Jesse Bricker, Federal Reserve Board ; John Sabelhaus, Federal Reserve Board
10:50 AM Investigating Nonresponse Error in Open-Ended Survey Items and Their Potential for Enriching Validity of Closed-Ended Measures Ashley Bowers, Indiana University ; Stacey Giroux, Indiana University ; Denvil Duncan, Indiana University ; Venkata Nadella, Indiana University ; John D. Graham, Indiana University
11:05 AM Testing Goodness-of-Fit with Survey Data Yan Lu, University of New Mexico ; Guoyi Zhang, University of New Mexico
11:20 AM Optimal AK Composite Estimators for the Current Population Survey Zhou Yu, U.S. Census Bureau/University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Jun Shao, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Yang Cheng, U.S. Census Bureau
11:35 AM Managing Sample Release in Social and Economic Surveys Frank Potter, Mathematica Policy Research
11:50 AM Parametric Bootstrap Procedures for Small Area Prediction Variance Andreea Erciulescu, Iowa State University ; Wayne A. Fuller, Iowa State University
12:05 PM Iterative Hot-Deck Multiple Imputation with a Distance-Based Donor Method for the Current Population Survey Allison Zotti, U.S. Census Bureau ; Kelly Mathews, U.S. Census Bureau ; T. Trang Nguyen, U.S. Census Bureau

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