Joseph W. Sakshaug
Joseph W. Sakshaug
Professor at IAB; Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich; University of Mannheim
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Nonresponse error, measurement error, and mode of data collection: Tradeoffs in a multi-mode survey of sensitive and non-sensitive items
JW Sakshaug, T Yan, R Tourangeau
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (5), 907-933, 2010
Linking survey and administrative records: Mechanisms of consent
JW Sakshaug, MP Couper, MB Ofstedal, DR Weir
Sociological Methods & Research 41 (4), 535-569, 2012
Assessing the magnitude of non-consent biases in linked survey and administrative data
JW Sakshaug, F Kreuter
Survey Research Methods 6 (2), 113-122, 2012
Does the recruitment of offline households increase the sample representativeness of probability-based online panels? Evidence from the German Internet Panel
AG Blom, JME Herzing, C Cornesse, JW Sakshaug, U Krieger, D Bossert
Social Science Computer Review 35 (4), 498-520, 2017
Placement, wording, and interviewers: Identifying correlates of consent to link survey and administrative data
J Sakshaug, V Tutz, F Kreuter
Survey Research Methods 7 (2), 133-144, 2013
Characteristics of physical measurement consent in a population-based survey of older adults
JW Sakshaug, MP Couper, MB Ofstedal
Medical care 48 (1), 64, 2010
A review of conceptual approaches and empirical evidence on probability and nonprobability sample survey research
C Cornesse, AG Blom, D Dutwin, JA Krosnick, ED De Leeuw, S Legleye, ...
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 8 (1), 4-36, 2020
Identifying diabetics in Medicare claims and survey data: implications for health services research
JW Sakshaug, DR Weir, LH Nicholas
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-6, 2014
Readiness of primary care practices for medical home certification
JS Zickafoose, SJ Clark, JW Sakshaug, LM Chen, JM Hollingsworth
Pediatrics 131 (3), 473-482, 2013
The effect of benefit wording on consent to link survey and administrative records in a web survey
JW Sakshaug, F Kreuter
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (1), 166-176, 2014
The framing of the record linkage consent question
F Kreuter, JW Sakshaug, R Tourangeau
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (1), 142-152, 2016
Important considerations when analyzing health survey data collected using a complex sample design
JW Sakshaug, BT West
American journal of public health 104 (1), 15-16, 2014
Physician practices and readiness for medical home reforms: policy, pitfalls, and possibilities
JM Hollingsworth, S Saint, JW Sakshaug, RA Hayward, L Zhang, ...
Health services research 47 (1pt2), 2012
How big of a problem is analytic error in secondary analyses of survey data?
BT West, JW Sakshaug, GAS Aurelien
PloS one 11 (6), e0158120, 2016
Exploring the effects of interviewer-and self-administered survey modes on record linkage consent rates and bias
JW Sakshaug, S Hülle, A Schmucker, S Liebig
Survey Research Methods 11 (2), 2017
Synthetic data for small area estimation
JW Sakshaug, TE Raghunathan
International Conference on Privacy in Statistical Databases, 162-173, 2010
An evaluation of panel nonresponse and linkage consent bias in a survey of employees in Germany
JW Sakshaug, M Huber
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 4 (1), 71-93, 2016
Classifying open-ended reports: Factors affecting the reliability of occupation codes
FG Conrad, MP Couper, JW Sakshaug
Journal of Official Statistics 32 (1), 75-92, 2016
Errors in linking survey and administrative data
JW Sakshaug, M Antoni
Total survey error in practice, 557-573, 2017
Accounting for complex sampling in survey estimation: a review of current software tools
BT West, JW Sakshaug, GAS Aurelien
Journal of Official Statistics 34 (3), 721-752, 2018
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