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616 Thu, 8/7/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-211
Sampling and Field Issues — Contributed Papers
Survey Research Methods Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Shelton M. Jones, RTI International   
8:35 AM Using the National Provider Identification File as the Sampling Frame for a Physician Survey Jay Clark, Westat ; Ralph Digaetano, Westat
8:50 AM Defining the Optimal Incentive Amount: Does Money Talk? Dhuly Chowdhury, RTI International ; Bridget Kelly, RTI International ; Lauren McCormack, RTI International ; Marjorie Margolis, RTI International ; Patricia LeBaron, RTI International
9:05 AM Interviewer Effects on Survey Questionnaire Response Times: A Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis of Multivariate Survival Paradata Hiroaki Minato, U.S. Energy Information Administration
9:20 AM Contacting Strategies and Incentives During the Field Period: Evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances Jesse Bricker, Federal Reserve Board ; Micah R. Sjoblom, NORC at the University of Chicago ; Richard Windle, Federal Reserve Board
9:35 AM Analyzing Potential Mode Effects in the National Crime Victimization Survey George Couzens, RTI International ; Christopher Krebs, RTI International ; Marcus Berzofsky, RTI International
9:50 AM An Investigation of Interviewer Effects on Measurement Error Denize Barbosa, University of Southampton ; Gabriele Durrant, University of Southampton ; Peter Smith, University of Southampton
10:05 AM A Simple Method of Exact Optimal Sample Allocation Under Stratification with Any Mixed Constraint Patterns Tommy Wright, U.S. Census Bureau

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