Survey Methodology, June 2020
The June 2020 issue of Survey Methodology is available today. This issue contains six papers.
Are probability surveys bound to disappear for the production of official statistics?
Marius Stefan and Michael A. Hidiroglou
Local polynomial estimation for a small area mean under informative sampling
María Guadarrama, Isabel Molina and Yves Tillé
Small area estimation methods under cut-off sampling
Robert Graham Clark
Model-assisted sample design is minimax for model-based prediction
Stefan Zins and Jan Pablo Burgard
Considering interviewer and design effects when planning sample sizes
Yousung Park and Tae Yeon Kwon
A new double hot-deck imputation method for missing values under boundary conditions
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The June 2020 issue of Survey Methodology, Vol. 46, no. 1 (12-001-X), is now available.
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