Provisional Programme

Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys II
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08:00-09:30

Day 1 registrationLTB foyer

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09:30-09:50

Welcome and Student Paper AwardLTB6

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09:55-11:10

Session 1

Retention through incentives (Chair: Matt Brown) (contributed papers)LTB2

The effect of incentives in survey experiments on panel stability and sample composition

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  • Barbara Felderer - German Internet Panel, SFB 884, University of Mannheim
  • Ulrich Krieger - German Internet Panel, SFB 884, University of Mannheim

Maintaining co-operation over time: Gift Giving in the Longitudinal Survey in Israel

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  • Nerdit Stein-Kapach – Israel Central Bureau of Statistics

Addressing differential attrition through the use of targeted financial incentives on the Growing Up in Scotland study

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  • Line Knudsen - ScotCen Social Research
  • Paul Bradshaw - ScotCen Social Research
  • Eilidh Currie - ScotCen Social Research

Measurement (Chair: Keith Bolling) (contributed papers)LTB7

Questionnaire design for a cross-national European cohort survey: findings from the European Cohort Development Project

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  • Gary Pollock - Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Haridhan Goswami - Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Jessica Ozan - Manchester Metropolitan University

Prevalence and magnitude of question order effects in panel surveys

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  • David Richter & Martin Kroh – DIW Berlin

Changes in cohabitation question on its answers: evidence from a panel study of Taiwan

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  • Ruoh-rong Yu - Research Fellow, Center for Survey Research, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Imputation and estimation (Chair: Kristian Kleinke) (contributed papers)LTB8

Composite regression estimation for repeated business surveys with zero-inflated variables

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  • Hans Kiesl - Regensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Joerg Drechsler - Institute for Employment Research, Germany

Experimental Bayesian methods for imputation and estimation in monthly trade surveys

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  • Martin Klein - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Joanna Fane Lineback - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Joseph L Schafer - U.S. Census Bureau

Using survey information for longitudinal income imputation in household panel surveys

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  • Oliver Lipps - FORS, Switzerland
  • Ursina Kuhn - FORS, Switzerland
11:10-11:30

BreakLTB foyer & LTB4

11:30-12:45

Session 2

Data Linkage (Chair: Birgitta Rabe) (contributed papers)LTB7

Extending the relevance of longitudinal surveys through record linkage

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  • Caroline Pelletier - Statistics Canada, Canada
  • Richard Trudeau - Statistics Canada, Canada
  • Cathy Trainor - Statistics Canada, Canada

Analysis of linked longitudinal data for socially defined population: Methods and examples from Australia

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  • Nicholas Biddle - Associate Professor and Deputy Director, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods
  • Ben Edwards - Associate Professor, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods

Consent to data linkages in a child cohort study: The role of survey methodology, participant characteristics and public concerns about personal data security

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  • Dinusha Bandara - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Galina Daraganova - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Jatender Mohal - Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Ben Edwards - ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods, Australian National University

Recruitment (Chair: Alison Park) (contributed papers)LTB2

Community-Based Longitudinal Panel for Social Justice in Denver, Colorado among Communities of Color: recruitment and maintenance techniques to optimize success

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  • Lynn M. VanderWielen - Research and Evaluation, The Center for African American Health
  • Deidre Johnson - The Center for African American Health
  • Wivine Ngongo - The Center for African American Health
  • Heidi Grunwald - Public Health Law Research Program, Beasley School of Law, Temple University
  • Rickey Tolliver - Health Surveys and Evaluation Branch, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Short CATI-questionnaire as foot-in-the-door technique to refresh a CAPI establishment panel study

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  • Christian Gerhards - German Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)

Interviewer effects and data collection (Chair: Paul Biemer) (contributed papers)LTB6

Collecting biomeasures in a social survey: comparing a nurse-only approach with an interviewer>nurse approach in BCS70.

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  • Matt Brown - UCL Institute of Education
  • Emily Gilbert - UCL Institute of Education
  • Kate Taylor - NatCen
  • Hannah Morgan - NatCen

Identifying fake interviews in a panel study

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  • Michael Bergmann
  • Frederic Malter
  • Karin Schuller - Chair for the Economics of Aging, Technical University of Munich, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA), Max-Planck-Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (MPISOC), Germany

Does the laptop always help? Non-compliance and interviewer effects in cognitive tests

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  • Nadine Geiger - Munich Graduate School of Economics
12:45-13:45

LunchLTB foyer & LTB4

13:45-15:25

Session 3

Sampling and weighting (Chair: Tom Crossley) (monograph papers)LTB2

Issues in weighting for longitudinal surveys

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  • Peter Lynn - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Nicole Watson - University of Melbourne

Refreshment sampling for longitudinal surveys

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  • Nicole Watson - University of Melbourne
  • Peter Lynn - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex

Discussion

  • Martin Spiess - University of Hamburg

Mixed mode effects (Chair: Annette Jackle) (monograph papers)LTB6

Measuring cognition in a multi-mode context

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  • Mary Beth Ofstedal - Survey Research Center, University of Michigan
  • Colleen McClain - Survey Research Center, University of Michigan
  • Mick P. Couper - Survey Research Center, University of Michigan

Estimating the measurement effects of mixed modes in longitudinal studies: Current practice and issues.

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  • Alexandru Cernat - University of Manchester
  • Joseph Sakshaug - University of Manchester

Discussion

  • Michaela Benzeval - University of Essex

Retention techniques through engagement and cooperation (Chair: Peter Lugtig) (contributed papers)LTB7

Keeping them on: Retention of panel members through engagement and co-creation

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  • Chia Shih Paveena Seah - National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Institute of Policy Studies
  • Natalie Pang - National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Institute of Policy Studies
  • Chan Hoong Leong - National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Institute of Policy Studies

Motivating male respondents to stay in a panel

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  • Olena Kaminska – Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex

Thank you, sample members! Reframing a prenotification message to encourage response in a longitudinal survey

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  • Ashley Griggs - RTI International
  • Rebecca Powell - RTI International
  • Jennifer Keeney - RTI International
  • Kathie Harris - Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Carolyn Halpern - Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Sarah Dean - Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The transition of an in- person panel survey to a web-mail mixed mode design

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  • Paul Biemer – RTI international
  • Kathleen Harris - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Brian Burke – RTI international
  • Kathleen Considine – RTI international
  • Carolyn Tucker Halpern - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Chirayath Suchindran - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
15:25-15:45

BreakLTB foyer & LTB4

15:45-17:25

Session 4

Measurement and estimation (Chair: Susana Cabaco) (monograph papers)LTB2

Improving survey measurement of household finances: A review of new technologies and data sources

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  • Annette Jäckle - Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
  • Alessandra Gaia - City, University of London
  • Carli Lessof - University of Southampton
  • Mick P. Couper - University of Michigan

Log-linear modeling for estimation of small areas in longitudinal surveys

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  • Yves Thibaudeau - U.S. Census Bureau
  • Eric Slud - U.S. Census Bureau and University of Maryland
  • Yang Cheng - U.S Census Bureau

Discussion

  • Jouni Kuha - London School of Economics and Political Science

Sample design and weighting (Chair: Michael Bergmann) (contributed papers)LTB7

Integrating the sample designs of ONS household finance surveys

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  • Salah Merad - Office for National Statistics
  • Chris L White - Office for National Statistics
  • Andy Fallows - Office for National Statistics
  • Steven Dunstan - Office for National Statistics

An application of the generalized weight share method in the French Structural Business Statistics survey

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  • Arnaud Fizzala - INSEE (France)

Sample design of panel surveys from the perspective of both survey errors and survey costs: the case of longitudinal social protection surveys in Latin America

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  • Joaquin Prieto - Department of Social Policy at London School of Economics and Political Sciences

Attrition in rotating and supplemental studies (Chair: Emilia Peytcheva) (monograph papers)LTB8

Assessing discontinuities and rotation group bias in rotating panel and longitudinal designs

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  • Jan Van den Brakel - Statistics Netherlands and Maastricht University
  • Paul Smith - Southampton University
  • Nikos Tzavidis - Southampton University
  • Timo Schmid - Freie Universität Berlin
  • Duncan Elliott - Office for National Statistics

Effects on attrition and fieldwork effort of participation in a supplemental study: evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics

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  • Narayan Sastry - University of Michigan
  • Paula Fomby - University of Michigan
  • Katherine McGonagle - University of Michigan

Discussion

  • Alexandru Cernat - University of Manchester
17:25-18:25

ESRC Longitudinal Studies Review: Consultation Session 1LTB6

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18:30-19:30

Drinks ReceptionSilberrad

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