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DC-AAPOR Respondent Burden Workshop

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Bureau of Labor Statistics Conference Center (Rooms 1, 2, & 3)

2 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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Respondent Burden Workshop

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There have long been concerns about the burden that surveys place on respondents in the survey field. However, there is little consensus among researchers on how to define and measure respondent burden. This workshop will offer presentations by public- and private-sector researchers to explore the conceptual framework of respondent burden and to present some recent findings on this topic.

  • James Dahlhamer (NCHS): Does Reducing the Length Matter? An Assessment of Respondent Burden with the Redesigned U.S. National Health Interview Survey
  • Morgan Earp (BLS): Exploring the Relationship between Burden Factors and Survey Response
  • Stephanie Eckman (RTI International): Changes in Reporting over Waves in the Consumer Expenditure Survey
  • Jessica Holzberg (Census): Assessing the Burden of the American Community Survey
  • Robin Kaplan (BLS): What Does it Mean to be Burdened?: Exploring Subjective Perceptions of Burden
  • Yezzi Lee (BLS): Exploring the monetary incentives and respondent burden in the Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey
  • Ting Yan (Westat): A Conceptual Framework of Response Burden

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Bureau of Labor Statistics Conference Center (Rooms 1, 2, & 3)

2 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast

Washington, DC 20002

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