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Survey of Consumer Finances, 1970
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Nonresponse in field surveys is the joint outcome of the decision of survey staff to apply effort to inform and persuade respondents, and the evaluation of such inputs by respondents. In most such surveys, the field staff are under great pressure to produce completed interviews. Thus, as discussed in Kennickell  , they have an incentive to apply effort to cases that are most likely, in their view, to be completed with least effort. To the extent that interviewers' perceptions aredoi:10.3886/icpsr07450.v1 fatcat:sbmxf2xq2fdi7f4y2653l4iuoa