Supplementing [The Design of the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment] (R-2630), June 1980, this Note discusses some fifteen issues of experimental design raised in June 1973 by a design review panel selected jointly by RAND and HUD, and includes specific revisions of the May 1973 design proposal where appropriate. For each issue, the Note reviews RAND's original design plans and explains the panelists' concerns and recommendations. In each case, a specific "Design Proposal" is then offered that either amends the original views, confirms them, or indicates the nature of further work needed to resolve the problem.
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