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An Analysis of Response Pattern and Panel Attrition in KLIPS(Korean Labor and Income Panel Study)
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An Analysis of Response Pattern and Panel Attrition in KLIPS(Korean Labor and Income Panel Study)
Nam, Ki-Seong; Chun, Young-Min;
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 Abstract
In this paper we used the KLIPS(Korean Labor and Income Panel tudy) data that surveyed from 2006(wave 9) to 2009(wave 12). Other previous studies are concerned with the panel attrition in the early wave, but this study classifies the response pattern and investigates some factors that influence panel attrition when the panel tends to stabilize. It was revealed that panel attrition was influenced by relocation and housing type through the logit model. Besides it was appeared that panel attrition was affected by the monthly living expenses and the overall household income through the decision tree.
 Keywords
CAPI;decision tree;logit model;panel attrition;
 Language
Korean
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