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Title Methodological considerations for a new household panel survey
Source Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40, 1-4, pp. 401-421
Year 2015
Database IOS Press
Access date 04.10.2015
Abstract

This paper identifies new opportunities for innovation and expansion on current survey practice in the design of a new household panel survey, including an increased use of new and mobile technologies, more frequent data collection, modified clustering, and use of non-traditional survey measures such as administrative data, planned missing/matrix sampling questionnaire design, real-time data collection, and biomarkers. These innovative data collection methods require rethinking traditional panel survey methods, but can help reduce respondent burden and expand on current social science knowledge. The paper concludes that a new household panel survey would improve knowledge about important social, economic and health issues facing the US, and would provide a useful test bed for new hypotheses and innovative methods of data collection.

Year of publication2015
Bibliographic typeJournal article
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