Issues Associated with Recruiting Multiple Studies Simultaneously
from the Same Sampling Frame
Deciding upon the appropriate group to interview is a major factor in getting quality research results. Sometimes research is done looking for a number of sub-samples of a larger group. When doing these types of projects some large cost efficiencies can be gained by simultaneously screening the respondents. As HIRI learned in such a situation, there are also downsides in biasing the results.
This free white paper, developed by The University of Georgia Terry College of Business in conjunction with HIRI, explores these issues and outlines an alternative approach that may help out in many projects.
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