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A Study on the Weight Adjustment Method for Household Panel Survey
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Weight Adjustment Method for Household Panel Survey
NamKung, Pyong; Byun, Jong-Seok; Lim, Chan-Soo;
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 Abstract
The panel survey is need to have a more concern about a response due to a secession and non-response of a sample. And generally a population is not fixed and continuously changed. Thus, the rotation sample design can be used by the method replacing the panel research. This paper is the study of comparison to equal weight method, Duncan weight, Design weight method, weight share method in rotation sample design. More specifically, this paper compared variance estimators about the existing each method for the efficiency comparison, and to compare the precision using the relative efficiency gain by the Coefficient Variance(CV) after getting the design weight from the actual data.
 Keywords
Rotation sample design;shared weight method;longitudinal weight;cross-sectional weight;
 Language
Korean
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