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2012 | 13 | nr 2 | 243--260
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Application of Rotation Methods in Sample Surveys in Poland

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The author reviews theory and application of rotation methods in sample surveys in Poland. He begins with reviewing designs of the surveys across time, depending on different objectives, focusing on partial rotation of sub-samples, and considers estimation problems and data quality issues generally. Next, he refers to some articles and books about surveys published over time, starting with Wilks (1940), Patterson (1950), Eckler (1955), Woodruff (1963), Rao and Graham (1964), Bailar (1975), Duncan and Kalton (1987) and Kalton and Citro (1993). He mentions also early Polish papers on rotation methods (Kordos (1966, 1967, 1971, 1982); Lednicki, 1982; Szarkowski and Witkowski, 1994), and concentrates on Polish household surveys, mainly Household Budget Survey (HBS), Labour Force Survey (LFS) and EU Statistics on Living Conditions and Income (EU-SILC). Special attention is devoted to last research on rotation sampling done by Polish sampling statisticians: Ciepiela et al. (2012), Kordos (2002), Kowalczyk (2002, 2003, 2004), Kowalski (2006, 2009), Kowalski and Wesołowski (2012) and Wesołowski (2010). Concluding remarks are given at the end. (original abstract)
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