Does the Effect of Incentive Payments on Survey Response Rates Differ by Income Support History?
This article asks which subgroups of the population are affected by the payment of a small cash incentive to respond to a telephone survey with a listed sample. We find that a promised incentive improves response rates primarily amongst those individuals
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