Incentive Strategies for Minorities: Results of an experiment

Patrick Fick & Claudia Diehl
Mail surveys are under certain conditions a cost-effective mode of data collection in the generally cost-intensive research on ethnic minorities. Compared to other survey modes they make financial resources available that can be invested into strategies to increase survey response rates. Based on these assumptions, we study general as well as sub-group specific effects of various forms of incentives on response rates and sampling bias. We start out by presenting theoretical considerations about the use...
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