A new method to improve the randomized response model due to Bar-Lev, Bobovitch and Boukai (2004) is suggested. It has been observed that if two sensitive (or non sensitive) variables exist that are related to the main study sensitive variable, then those variables could be used to construct ratio type adjustments to the usual estimator of the population mean of a sensitive variable due to Bar-Lev, Bobovitch and Boukai (2004).The relative efficiency of the proposed estimators is studied with respect to the Bar-Lev, Bobovitch and Boukai (2004) models under different situations.
Odumade, Oluseun and Singh, Sarjinder
"Use of Two Variables Having Common Mean to Improve the Bar-Lev, Bobovitch and Boukai Randomized Response Model,"
Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods: Vol. 9
, Article 10.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/jmasm/vol9/iss2/10