"Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, sponsored by AAPOR and the American Statistical Association, will begin publishing in 2013. Its objective is to publish cutting edge scholarly articles on statistical and methodological issues for sample surveys, censuses, administrative record systems, and other related data. It aims to be the flagship journal for research on survey statistics and methodology. Topics of interest include survey sample design, statistical inference, nonresponse, measurement error, the effects of modes of data collection, paradata and responsive survey design, combining data from multiple sources, record linkage, disclosure limitation, and other issues in survey statistics and methodology. The journal will publish both theoretical and applied papers, provided the theory is motivated by an important applied problem and the applied papers report on research that contributes generalizable knowledge to the field. Review papers are also welcomed. Papers on a broad range of surveys are encouraged, including (but not limited to) surveys concerning business, economics, marketing research, social science, environment, epidemiology, biostatistics and official statistics." (From publisher's website)
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Sakshaug, J., A. Schmucker, F. Kreuter, Mick P. Couper, and Eleanor Singer. 2016. "Evaluating Active (Opt-In) and Passive (Opt-Out) Consent Bias in the Transfer of Federal Contact Data to a Third-Party Survey Agency." Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 4(3): 382-416.
Zhou, H., Michael R. Elliott, and Trivellore Raghunathan. 2016. "Multiple Imputation in Two-stage Cluster Samples Using the Weighted Finite Population Bayesian Bootstrap." Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 4(2): 139-170.
West, Brady T., James Wagner, Frost Hubbard, and Haoyu Gu. 2015. "The Utility of Alternative Commercial Data Sources for Survey Operations and Estimation: Evidence from the National Survey of Family Growth." Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 3(2): 240-264.
West, Brady T., Frauke Kreuter, and Mark Trappmann. 2014. "Is the Collection of Interviewer Observations Worthwhile in an Economic Panel Survey? New Evidence from the German Labor Market and Social Security (PASS) Study." Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 2(2): 159-181.
Mneimneh, Zeina N., Steven Heeringa, Roger Tourangeau, and Michael R. Elliott. 2014. "Bridging Psychometrics and Survey Methodology: Can Mixed Rasch Models Identify Socially Desirable Reporting Behavior?" Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 2(3): 257-282.