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Title Telephone presurveys, self-selection, and non-response bias to mail and Internet surveys in economic research
Author Hudson, D., Seah, L. H., Hite, D., Haab, T.
Source Applied Economics Letters, 11, 4, pp. 237-240
Access date 09.06.2004
Abstract A telephone presurvey is used in conjunction with mail and Internet follow-up surveys to assess self-selection and item nonresponse bias. Findings suggest that self-selection is present, but item nonresponse bias is limited. The Internet version exhibited no item nonresponse bias.
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Year of publication2004
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - Applied Economics Letters (2)
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