Obtaining numerically consistent estimates from a mix of administrative data and surveys

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de Waal, A.G.;
  • Subject: Administrative data, data integration, imputation, macro-integration, weighting, survey data

National statistical institutes (NSIs) fulfil an important role as providers of objective and undisputed statistical information on many different aspects of society. To this end NSIs try to construct data sets that are rich in information content and that can be used t... View more
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