Does Weighting for Nonresponse Increase the Variance of Survey Means?
AbstractPresented at Conference of Statistics and Operations Research of North Portugal and the Galicia region held at the University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal.
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- Rod Little & Sonya Vartivarian, 2004. "Does Weighting for Nonresponse Increase the Variance of Survey Means?," The University of Michigan Department of Biostatistics Working Paper Series 1034, Berkeley Electronic Press.
- Roderick J.A. Little & Sonya Vartivarian, 2005. "Does Weighting for Nonresponse Increase the Variance of Survey Means?," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 4937, Mathematica Policy Research.
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