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Logistic Propensity Models to Adjust for Nonresponse in Physician Surveys


  • Nuria Diaz-Tena
  • Frank Potter
  • Michael Sinclair
  • Stephen Williams


Looks at the advantages of using a different number of weighting cells or propensity scores to adjust for nonresponse in the Community Tracking Study physician survey.

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  • Nuria Diaz-Tena & Frank Potter & Michael Sinclair & Stephen Williams, "undated". "Logistic Propensity Models to Adjust for Nonresponse in Physician Surveys," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 9b05a530def14b9694a5a27e0, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:9b05a530def14b9694a5a27e039fbf94

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    Nonresponse weighting ; Propensity Modeling ; Weighting Classes ; Community Trackiing Study ; Physician Surveys;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare


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