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Scoping study of the auxiliary data sources and its potential to reduce nonresponse bias

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Melissa-Pflueger

Senta-Melissa Pflüger, M.Sc.

Bergmann-2

Dr. Michael Bergmann

Bristle-2

Dr. Johanna Bristle

2018
Deliverable 2.7 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221. Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables