One-day workshop in Clement House (Rooms CLM 5.02 and CLM 6.02) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Monday 15 December 2014, 10:00-17:30 (exact times to be confirmed)
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This workshop is free but places are limited and registration is essential
Cross-national surveys such as the European Social Survey (ESS) are one of the most important resources of comparative social science. Their design and analysis raises many distinctive methodological challenges, especially ones related to questions of comparison and comparability between countries. This one-day workshop examines the state of the art and recent developments in the design and statistical analysis of cross-national surveys. The topics covered include critical steps in the design and implementation of such surveys, methodological innovation in the ESS, cross-national equivalence of measurement in survey questions, modelling of survey nonresponse across countries, and statistical modelling of cross-national survey data.
The workshop will include talks by the following speakers:
Rory Fitzgerald (City University London; Director of ESS ERIC) (to be confirmed)
Jouni Kuha (LSE)
Lars Lyberg (University of Stockholm)
Irini Moustaki (LSE)
Bart Meuleman (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Daniel Oberski (Tilburg University)
The workshop is sponsored by the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods under its Methodological Innovations Projects programme.
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