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Reducing attrition in panel studies in developing countries

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In panel studies, respondents are lost when they die, decide to drop out of the study, or when they cannot be traced during later rounds of data collection. Much has been written about attrition, the loss of individuals over time, in developed countries, but literature from developing countries is scarce. The experiences from developed countries may not be relevant for developing countries as the main reasons for attrition differ. While attrition in developed country contexts largely arises f...

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Updated Publisher's version

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Institution:
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Research group:
Young Lives
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Funding agency for:
Zelee Hill
Series:
Young Lives Working Paper 5, Part 2
Publication date:
2002
URN:
uuid:a7b753be-1b68-4911-a5a3-253796f28368
Local pid:
ora:1603
ISBN:
1-904427-04-9

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