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Journal of Official Statistics, Vol.4, No.4, 1988. pp. 349362

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CATI and Touchtone Self-Response Applications for Establishment Surveys

Abstract:
Computer-assisted collection methods offer the implementation of nontraditional approaches to the control of response and nonresponse errors in establishment surveys. Recent research for an establishment survey of 300 000 monthly reporters has focused on developing (1) an ongoing record check program using computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) for controlling response error and (2) a fully automated touchtone data collection system for employers to quickly and easily self-report their data.

Keywords:
Nonsampling error; data editing; CATI; self-response.

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