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
1292010
Linking survey and administrative records: Mechanisms of consent
JW Sakshaug, MP Couper, MB Ofstedal, DR Weir
Sociological Methods & Research 41 (4), 535-569, 2012
1102012
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
992012
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
572017
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
552013
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
512010
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
422020
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
322014
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
322013
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
302014
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
282016
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
262014
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
252012
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
242016
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
222017
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
212016
Synthetic data for small area estimation
JW Sakshaug, TE Raghunathan
International Conference on Privacy in Statistical Databases, 162-173, 2010
212010
Classifying open-ended reports: Factors affecting the reliability of occupation codes
FG Conrad, MP Couper, JW Sakshaug
Journal of Official Statistics 32 (1), 75, 2016
202016
Errors in linking survey and administrative data
JW Sakshaug, M Antoni
Total survey error in practice, 557-573, 2017
182017
Accounting for Complex Sampling in Survey Estimation: A Review of Current Software Tools.
BT West, JW Sakshaug, GAS Aurelien
Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) 34 (3), 2018
162018
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