1995 Annual Meeting in Montréal

1995 Annual Meeting in Montreal

Arora, V. and Lahiri, P. (1995) On the Superiority of the Bayesian Method over the BLUP in Small Area Estimation Problems

Bell, W. (1995) Bayesian Sampling Error Modelling with Application

Chaubey, Y.P. (1995) Adjustment of the Inclusion Probabilities in Case of Nonresponse

Chun, B. (1995) Impact of Income Stratification on the Efficiency of Income Estimates: An Evaluation

Cyr, A. (1995) Interviewer Burden: Experiences with the Cultural Labour Force Survey at Statistics Canada

Durbin, J. and Quenneville, B. (1995) Benchmarking Monthly Time Series with Structural Time Series Models

Farrell, P. (1995) A Hierarchical Bayes Approach for Estimating Small Area Proportions

Mach, L. (1995) Imputation vs. Reweighting for Total Nonresponse in a Business Survey

Mantel, H., Singh, A.C. and Yu, M. (1995) Mass Imputation for Two Phase Sampling: Use of Small Area Estimation and Calibration Techniques

Pandher, G. (1995) Identifying an Optimal Sampling Design in Surveys of Skewed Populations with Application to the Local Government Finance Survey

Rao, J.N.K. (1995) Discussion of Papers by Arora/Lahiri and Rivest

Rivest, L-P. (1995) A Composite Estimator for Provincial Undercoverage in the Canadian Census

Schiopu-Kratina, I. (1995) An Algorithm that Maximizes the Conditional Overlap of Samples from Two Consecutive Surveys: Application to the Canadian Labour Force Survey

Singh, A. (1995) Discussion of Papers by Durbin/Quenneville and Bel

Smith, T.M. (1995) Social Surveys and Social Science

Wu, S. (1995) Adjusting for Nonresponse in the Reverse Record Check Using Logistic Regression and Clustering