Journal of Official Statistics, Vol.9, No.1, 1993. pp. 233–243
Statistical Research in a Large-Scale Private Survey Research Organization
David Morganstein, J. Michael Brick, John Burke, David Cantor, and David Judkins
Abstract:This article describes a number of recent research projects on survey issues conducted by the statistical group in a nongovernmental statistical company in the United States. We begin with a brief overview of the group and its functions, in particular, the functions related to statistical research. Recent research is then presented in two categories: methodological variations in sample design: and, basic research on other aspects of survey methodology. In the final section, we discuss our efforts to improve the quality of our work using the contemporary approach to quality management.
Keywords:Sample design; cognitive research; response errors.
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