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1. Can calibration be used to adjust for "nonignorable" nonresponse? (id:21035)

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2. Categorizing nonresponse in Phase III of the 2006 Agricultural Resource Management Survey in Washington State (id:43571)

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3. Categorizing nonresponse occurring in the 2007 June area survey (California, Kansas, New York, Virginia, and Washington) (id:43342)

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4. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2005 ARMS phase III sample using 2002 census of agriculture data (id:43570)

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5. Assessing the effect of calibration on nonresponse bias in the 2006 ARMS phase III sample using census 2002 data (id:21033)

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6. Nonresponse in phase III of the Agricultural Resource Management Survey in Louisiana (id:21034)

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7. Pre-recorded telephone messages as an alternative to follow-up survey reminder postcards II : the effectiveness of automated telephone reminder messages used during the 2007 Pennsylvania County Estimates Survey (id:21037)

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8. The effect of incentives on response in 2005 ARMS Phase III interviews (id:43572)

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9. Indirect monetary incentives for the 2004 ARMS Phase III core (id:43526)

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10. Modification of FCRS nonresponse adjustment procedures (id:43262)

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11. Identifying and classifying reasons for nonresponse on the 1991 farm costs and returns survey (id:43202)

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12. Identifying and classifying reasons for nonresponse on the 1990 farm costs and returns survey (id:43205)

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13. Adjusting for nonresponse in the December enumerative survey (id:42792)

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14. Procedures to adjust for nonresponse to the June enumerative survey (id:43263)

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15. A general overview of the missing data problem (id:31909)

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16. A theory of minimum mean square estimation in surveys with nonresponse (id:42791)

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17. Missing data procedures : a comparative study (id:43251)