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Survey design and response behavior

  • Winter, J.: “Response bias in survey-based measures of household consumption.” Economics Bulletin, 3(9), 1-12 (2004).
    Available on the EB website (PDF, 144 kB)
  • McFadden, D., Bemmaor, A., Caro, F., Dominitz, J., Jun, B., Lewbel, A., Matzkin, R., Molinari, F., Schwarz, N., Willis, R., Winter, J.: “Statistical analysis of choice experiments and surveys.” Marketing Letters, 16(3-4), 183-196 (2005).
    Available online: doi:10.1007/s11002-005-5884-2
  • Couper, M. P., Kapteyn, A., Schonlau, M., Winter, J.: “Noncoverage and nonresponse in an internet survey.” Social Science Research, 36(1), 131-148 (2007).
    Available online: doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2005.10.002
  • Essig, L., Winter, J.: “Item nonresponse to financial questions in household surveys: An experimental study of interviewer and mode effects.” Fiscal Studies, 30(3/4), 367-390 (2009).
    Available online: doi:10.1111/j.1475-5890.2009.00100.x
  • Hoderlein, S., Winter, J.: “Structural measurement errors in nonseparable models.” Journal of Econometrics, 157, 432-440 (2010).
    Available online: doi:10.1016/j.jeconom.2010.03.044
  • Jürges, H., Winter, J.: “Are anchoring vignettes ratings sensitive to vignette age and sex?” Health Economics, 22, 1-13 (2013).
    Available online: doi:10.1002/hec.1806
  • Scheubel, B., Schunk, D., Winter, J.: “Strategic responses: A survey experiment on opposition to pension reforms.” Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 115, 549-576 (2013).
    Available online: doi:10.1111/sjoe.12009 (or try the journal webpage if the DOI does not work)
  • Crossley, T. F., Winter, J.: “Asking households about expenditures: What have we learned?” Forthcoming in: C. Carroll, T. F. Crossley, J. Sabelhaus, eds., Improving the Measurement of Consumer Expenditures. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press.
    Available online on the NBER website (PDF, 141 kB)
  • Ruud, P., Schunk, D., Winter, J.: “Uncertainty causes rounding: An experimental study.” Experimental Economics, 17, 391-413 (2014).
    Available online: doi:10.1007/s10683-013-9374-8
  • Crossley, T. F., de Bresser, J., Delaney, L., Winter, J. “Can survey participation alter household saving behavior?” Revise and resubmit, Economic Journal.
    Available online: IFS Working Paper No. 14/06