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Datta A. Rupa, Ugarte Gabriel, Resnick Dean M., 2020
Reports & Papers

For most data quality assessments, we wish to determine the suitability of the data for a particular substantive analysis. In this study, we had three objectives for data quality assessment: 1) What can we learn about bias or other error in the…

Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Yan Ting, 31 January, 2010
Methods
A description of a proposed design for a study on the functions of supply and demand in the child care market, including a discussion of public policy questions addressed through the implementation of the proposed study
Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Yan Ting, 31 January, 2010
Executive Summary
A summary of a description of a proposed design for a study on the functions of supply and demand in the child care market, including a discussion of public policy questions addressed through the implementation of the proposed study
Wolter Kirk, Bowman Marietta, Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Welch, Jr. Vince, Yan Ting, 31 January, 2010
Methods

A presentation of alternate designs of sampling methods for achieving a representative number of sample respondents for the assessment of the supply and demand of the national child care market

Datta A. Rupa, Bowman Marietta, 31 January, 2010
Methods
A discussion of the methodology of the design and content of a questionnaire to survey center-based child care providers for their participation in the assessment of the national supply of child care
Bowman Marietta, Datta A. Rupa, 31 January, 2010
Methods
A discussion of the methodology of the design and content of a questionnaire to survey home-based child care providers for their participation in the assessment of the national supply of child care
Bowman Marietta, Datta A. Rupa, Yan Ting, 31 January, 2010
Methods
A presentation of the development and content of a survey for the assessment of parental demand
Datta A. Rupa, Bowman Marietta, 31 January, 2010
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion of the methodology of the design and content of a questionnaire to survey center-based child care providers for their participation in the assessment of the national supply of child care
Bowman Marietta, Datta A. Rupa, 31 January, 2010
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion of the methodology of the design and content of a questionnaire to survey home-based child care providers for their participation in the assessment of the national supply of child care
Bowman Marietta, Datta A. Rupa, Yan Ting, 31 January, 2010
Executive Summary
A summary of a presentation of the development and content of a survey for the assessment of parental demand
Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Witte Ann D., 31 January, 2010
Methods
Recommendations for the improvement of the design and content of a survey instrument for the assessment of the national supply of center-based child care services
Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Witte Ann D., 31 January, 2010
Methods
Recommendations for the improvement of the design and content of a survey instrument for the assessment of the national supply of home-based child care services, including comments of changes to the actual survey
Datta A. Rupa, Goerge Robert, Yan Ting, Bowman Marietta, 31 January, 2010
Methods
Recommendations for the improvement of the design and content of a survey instrument for the assessment of the parents' demand for child care services across the United States