Research Professor in the JPSM;
Research Professor in the
Survey Research Center
Institute for Social
Research, at the
University of Michigan.
JPSM; Survey Research Center, ISR; University of Michigan
Interests: survey non-response, design and
implementation of survey data collection, effects of
technology on the survey process, and computer-assisted
interviewing, including both interviewer-administered (CATI
and CAPI) and self-administered (Web, audio-CASI, IVR)
surveys. Many of his current projects focus on the design of
PhD Year and University:
1990, Rhodes University, Grahamstown
Groves, R.M. and Couper, M.P. (1998), Nonresponse in
Household Interview Surveys.
New York; Wiley.
Couper, M.P., Baker, R.P.,
Bethlehem, J., Clark, C.Z.F, Martin, J., Nichools, W.L.II,
and O'Reilly, J.M. (eds.) (1998), Computer Assisted Survey
Information Collection. New York: Wiley.