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%T Multiple imputation for unit-nonresponse versus weighting including a comparison with a nonresponse follow-up study
%A Rässler, Susanne
%A Schnell, Rainer
%P 21
%D 2003
%K multiple imputation; unit-nonresponse; missing data; complex surveys
%= 2012-03-30T11:31:00Z
%~ USB Köln
%> https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-121697
%X "The results of a national fear of crime survey are compared with results following the use of different nonresponse correction procedures. We compared naive estimates, weighted estimates, estimates after a thorough nonresponse follow-up and estimates after multiple imputation. A strong similarity between the MI and the follow-up-estimates was found. This
suggests, that if the assumptions of MAR hold, carefully selected and collected additional data applied in a MI could yield similar estimates to a nonresponse
follow-up at a much lower price and respondent burden." (author's abstract)
%C Konstanz
%G en
%9 Arbeitspapier
%W GESIS - http://www.gesis.org
%~ SSOAR - http://www.ssoar.info