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Effects of Incentive Amount and Type of Web Survey Response Rates

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  • Jared Coopersmith
  • Lisa Klein Vogel
  • Timothy Bruursema
  • Kathleen Feeney

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Providing meaningful incentives demonstrates to respondents that researchers understand the competing demands on their time and value their input.

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  • Jared Coopersmith & Lisa Klein Vogel & Timothy Bruursema & Kathleen Feeney, "undated". "Effects of Incentive Amount and Type of Web Survey Response Rates," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 439a67c5eb9946b98018bcf6a, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:439a67c5eb9946b98018bcf6a294cf48
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