Cover: The role of household survey data in the supply experiment

The role of household survey data in the supply experiment

Published 1981

by Adele Palmer

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Provides an analysis of the size and composition of the household survey samples required to address each of the major research questions within the charter of the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment. Discusses the following topics: sample design for residential properties and households; sampling for the supply-response analysis, mobility analysis, nonrecipient analysis, and comparability; designing a multipurpose household sample; and budgetary effects of reductions in the household sample size.

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