Estimation of population mean in presence of random non-response in sample surveys
AbstractThis paper measures the effect of random non-response (I) on the study as well as the auxiliary variables [Situation 1], and (II) on the study variable only [Situation 2] by considering a class of estimators for population mean. it has been shown that the class of estimators defined under situation 1 is more efficient as well as more non-response robust than the class of estimators defined under situation 2. This study also generalized the work of Tracy and Osahan (1994).
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Singh, H. P., & Tracy, D. S. (2001). Estimation of population mean in presence of random non-response in sample surveys. Statistica, 61(2), 231–248. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-2201/1176