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The Effect of Survey Refusal and Noncontact on Nonresponse Error: For Economically Active Population Survey
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The Effect of Survey Refusal and Noncontact on Nonresponse Error: For Economically Active Population Survey
Kim, Seo-Young; Kwon, Soon-Pil;
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This study investigates the effect of survey refusal and noncontact on the nonresponse error in the household survey. For this purpose we analyzed the data of the interviewer's field work report. The survey data quality is affected by nonresponse rate and nonresponse error, and also nonresponse rate measures the reliability of the survey data. The household survey mainly contains two types of nonresponses of refusals and noncontacts. These refusals and noncontacts have different effect on the nonresponse error. This could be a venue for future research interested in decreasing the error due to noncontacts and refusals.
Refusal;noncontact;nonresponse rate;nonresponse error;
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