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Sampling Surveys: Methods and Applications

In: Statistics for Business and Financial Economics

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  • Cheng F. Lee

    (Rutgers University, USA)

  • John C. Lee

    (The Chase Manhattan Bank, USA)

  • Alice C. Lee

    (MicroStrategy, Inc., USA)

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    AbstractThe following sections are included:INTRODUCTIONSAMPLING AND NONSAMPLING ERRORSSIMPLE AND STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLINGDesigning the Sampling StudyStatistical Inferences in Terms of Simple Random SamplingStratified Random SamplingDETERMINING THE SAMPLE SIZESample Size for Simple Random SamplingSample Size for Stratified Random SamplingTWO-STAGE CLUSTER SAMPLINGPopulation Mean Estimate for Average Family IncomeRATIO ESTIMATES VERSUS REGRESSION ESTIMATESRatio MethodRegression MethodComparison of the Ratio and Regression MethodsBUSINESS AND ECONOMIC APPLICATIONSSampling in an IRS AuditSampling Survey for 1977 Generic Drug Substitution Law in Wisconsin7Acceptance Quality Sampling for Quality InspectionSummaryAppendix 20A The Jackknife Method for Removing Bias from a Sample EstimateRemoving the Bias of Accounts Receivable EstimatesQuestions and Problems

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  • Cheng F Lee & John C Lee & Alice C Lee, 1999. "Statistics for Business and Financial Economics," World Scientific Books, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., number 3803, June.
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