Comparative Analysis Of The Effects Of Proxy Respondents And Self-Respondents On Household Surveys
This study analyzed the effects of proxy respondents -a source of measurement error- on the results of the household surveys, by using the data set of the Household Labor Force Survey conducted in NUTS-2 TRBI Region, Turkey. It was found out that use of proxy respondent method increased and use of self-respondent method decreased the simple response variance and inconsistency index of the data set.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (March) ()
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