WILEY SERIES IN SURVEY METHODOLOGY

Established in Part by WALTER A. SHEWHART AND SAMUEL S. WILKS

Editors: Mick P. Couper, Graham Kalton, J. N. K. Rao, Norbert Schwarz,

Christopher Skinner

Editor Emeritus: Robert M. Groves

The Wiley Series in Survey Methodology covers topics of current research and practical interests in survey methodology and sampling. While the emphasis is on application, theoretical discussion is encouraged when it supports a broader understanding of the subject matter.

The authors are leading academics and researchers in survey methodology and sampling. The readership includes professionals in, and students of, the fields of applied statistics, biostatistics, public policy, and government and corporate enterprises.

  • ALWIN Margins of Error: A Study of Reliability in Survey Measurement
  • BETHLEHEM Applied Survey Methods: A Statistical Perspective
  • BETHLEHEM, COBBEN, and SCHOUTEN Handbook of Nonresponse in Household Surveys
  • BIEMER Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error
  • * BIEMER, GROVES, LYBERG, MATHIOWETZ, and SUDMAN Measurement Errors in Surveys
  • BIEMER and LYBERG Introduction to Survey Quality
  • BIEMER Latent Class Analysis of Survey Error
  • BRADBURN, SUDMAN, and WANSINK Asking Questions: The Definitive Guide to Questionnaire Design---For Market Research, Political Polls, and Social Health Questionnaires, Revised Edition
  • BRAVERMAN and SLATER Advances in Survey Research: New Directions for Evaluation, No. 70
  • CALLEGARO, BAKER, BETHLEHEM, GÖRITZ, KROSNICK, and LAVRAKAS ...

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