Randomized response techniques: a review

Chaudhuri, A. ; Mukerjee, R. (1987) Randomized response techniques: a review Statistica Neerlandica, 41 (1). pp. 27-44. ISSN 0039-0402

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Randomized response techniques (RRT) are well-known as tools to procure trustworthy survey data on confidential issues. A review is attempted here of mostly published accounts on RRT covering qualitative and quantitative characters. Conflicting criteria of efficient estimation and protection of privacy are discussed. Infinite hypothetical and concrete finite population set-ups are treated separately.

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Keywords:Confidential Characters;finite and Infinite Populations; Mixtures; Privacy; Qualitative and Quantitative Data; Sample Surveys
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