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A Generalized Ratio-cum-Product Estimator of Finite Population Mean in Stratified Random Sampling
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 Title & Authors
A Generalized Ratio-cum-Product Estimator of Finite Population Mean in Stratified Random Sampling
Tailor, Rajesh; Sharma, Balkishan; Kim, Jong-Min;
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 Abstract
This paper suggests a ratio-cum product estimator of a finite population mean using information on the coefficient of variation and the fcoefficient of kurtosis of auxiliary variate in stratified random sampling. Bias and MSE expressions of the suggested estimator are derived up to the first degree of approximation. The suggested estimator has been compared with the combined ratio estimator and several other estimators considered by Kadilar and Cingi (2003). In addition, an empirical study is also provided in support of theoretical findings.
 Keywords
Finite population mean;coefficient of variation;correlation coefficient;stratified random sampling;bias;mean squared error;
 Language
English
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