Office of Survey Methods Research


John Dixon (2008) "Sensitivity Analysis of Nonresponse Bias in the Current Population Survey"

Survey nonresponse bias is difficult to assess since the difference between responders and nonresponders are rarely measurable. Sensitivity analysis is increasingly used to explore the impact of nonresponse. Date from the Current Population Survey are used to study different types of sensitivity analysis in reporting the potential for bias.

Last Modified Date: June 4, 2009

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