Sample Design in Business Research
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List price: $179.00
Copyright year: 1960
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/25/1990
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Responsibilities in Planning a Survey|
|Some Remarks on the Theory of Sampling|
|The Frame and Elements of a Sampling Plan|
|Operational Definitions of Expected Value and of Standard Error|
|Uncertainties Not Attributable to Sampling|
|Some Simple Replicated Designs|
|A Survey of Business Establishments with Correction for Nonresponse|
|Examples in Sampling Accounts|
|Evaluation of Inventory of Materials|
|Exercise in a Replicated Survey of a Small Urban Area|
|General Theory and Procedure for Replicated Sampling of a Large Area|
|Field Procedure for the Creation of Segments and for the Selection of People Within Families|
|A Statistical Aid to Supervision|
|Sampling New Material|
|Evaluation of Expected Value and of Bias in Sampling Procedures|
|Theory of Variances|
|The Poisson Series and the Square-Root Transformation|
|Optimum Number of Segments Per Block|
|Theory for the Formation of Strata|
|Choice of Zoning Interval and Number of Subsamples|