Survey Sampling

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Wiley, 1965 - Mathematics - 643 pages
Fundamentals of survey sampling; A taxonomy of survey units and concepts; Statistical inference in surveys; Mechanical selection, randomization, and frames; Basic concepts of sampling; Stratified sampling; Sistematic sampling - stratification techniques; Cluster sampling and subsampling; Unequal cluster; Selection with probabilities proportional to size measures (PPS); The economic design of surveys; Special problems and techniques; Area sampling; Multistage sampling; Sampling from imperfect frames; Some selection techniques; Related concepts; Biases and nonsampling errors; Some issues of inference from survey data; Summary of symbols and terms; Unit analysis of statistical formulas; Table of Random numbers.

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Basic Concepts of Sampling
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Leslie Kish, PhD, was a Professor at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. He was President of the American Statistical Association in 1977 and was a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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