nsf.gov - NCSES Design Options for SESTAT for the Current Decade: Statistical Issues - US National Science Foundation (NSF)
text-only page produced automatically by LIFT Text
Transcoder Skip all navigation and go to page contentSkip top navigation and go to directorate navigationSkip top navigation and go to page navigation
National Science Foundation National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
Design Options for SESTAT for the Current Decade: Statistical Issues

Bibliography

 

Chu A, Brick J, Kalton G. 1999. Weights for combining surveys across time and space. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, Contributed Papers 2:103–4.

Collins M. 2001. Web-based data collection in two studies: individuals and institutions. Paper presented at Fed-CASIC conference, February 2001, Washington, DC.

Collins M, Tsapogas J. 2000. An experiment in Web-based data collection. Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Association of Public Opinion Research, May 2000, Portland, OR.

Couper MP. 2001. The promises and perils of Web surveys. Paper presented at conference of the Association for Survey Computing (The Challenge of the Internet); May 2001; London, England.

Deutschmann M, Faulbaum F. 2001. The recruitment of online samples by CATI-screening: problems of non-response. Paper presented at conference of the Association for Survey Computing (The Challenge of the Internet). May 2001, London, England.

Dillman DA. 2000. Mail and Internet Surveys. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Hansen M, Tepping B. 1985. Estimation of variance in NAEP. Unpublished manuscript. Rockville, MD: Westat.

Flatley J. 2001. The internet as a mode of data collection in government social surveys: issues and investigations. Paper presented at conference of the Association for Survey Computing (The Challenge of the Internet), May 2001, London, England.

McCarthy P. 1966. Replication: An approach to the analysis of data from complex surveys. Vital and Health Statistics 2(14). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

Meeks RL, Lanier AT, Fecso RS, Collins MA. 1998. Web-based data collection in National Science Foundation surveys. Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association.

National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Studies (NSF/SRS). 1999. SESTAT: A Tool for Studying Scientists and Engineers in the United States. NSF-99-337. Nirmala Kannankutty and R. Keith Wilkinson. Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Poynter R. 2001. A guide to best practice in online quantitative research. Paper presented at conference of the Association for Survey Computing (The Challenge of the Internet), May 2001, London, England.

U.S. Census Bureau. 1998. 1997 National Survey of College Graduates, Methodology Report.

U.S. Census Bureau. 2001. 1999 Survey of Doctorate Recipients, Methodology Report.

Westat. 1999. 1997 National Survey of Recent College Graduates, Methodology Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau.

Westat. 2000. WESVAR 4.0 User's Guide. Rockville, MD.

Wolter K. 1985. Introduction to Variance Estimation. New York: Springer-Verlag.


 
Design Options for SESTAT for the Current Decade: Statistical Issues
Working Paper | SRS 07-201 | June 2007