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Using paradata to predict best times of contact, conditioning on household and interviewer influences

Gabriele B. Durrant, Julia D'Arrigo and Fiona Steele

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, 2011, vol. 174, issue 4, pages 1029-1049

Date: 2011
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