Reconsidering Neyman on Experimentation and Sampling:
Controversies and Fundamental Contributions
Stephen E. Fienberg and Judith M. Tanur
1994 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Jerzy
Neyman, one of the most important statistical figures of the
20th century. In this paper, we revisit his early and seminal
work in the related areas of randomized experiments and
sample surveys and describe its importance to the evolution
of these two related statistical fields.
Keywords: Agricultural experimentation; Clustering;
Randomization; Sampling from a finite population;
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