Provisional Programme

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

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09:00-10:40

Session 1

Administrative data (Chair: Hans Kiesl) (contributed papers)LTB8

Analysing the longitudinal aspects of the UK Structural Earnings Survey

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  • Pete Brodie - Office for National Statistics, UK
  • Markus Sova - Office for National Statistics, UK
  • Vahe Nafilyan - Office for National Statistics, UK
  • Gary Brown - Office for National Statistics, UK

Fitting statistical models for longitudinal survey data under informative sampling

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  • Abdulhakeem Eideh - Department of Mathematics, Al-Quds University, Palestine

Weight sharing methods to address changes in observational units in panel surveys

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  • Dramane Bako - Consultant researcher in agricultural statistcs

Editable summary screens for improving income measurement in household surveys

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  • Paul Fisher - University of Essex
  • Tom Crossley - University of Essex
  • Alessandra Gaia - City, University of London

Consent and interviewer effects (Chair: Gundi Knies) (monograph papers)LTB2

Identifying interviewer effects in panel surveys

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  • Simon Kühne - Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) at DIW Berlin
  • Martin Kroh - Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) at DIW Berlin

Consent to data linkage: Experimental evidence on sensitivity of linkages, length of linkages and complexity of consent process.

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

Discussion

  • Douglas Currivan - RTI International

Switching modes (Chair: Brendan Read) (contributed papers)LTB7

Moving the UK Household Longitudinal Study to mixed mode: implications for response

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  • Hannah Carpenter – Kantar Public

Use of mixed methods for follow-up survey implementation in five large geographically dispersed cohorts in Canada: successes and challenges in the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project

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  • Jennifer Vena - Alberta’s Tomorrow Project, CancerControl Alberta, Alberta Health Services
  • Amanda Davison - Alberta’s Tomorrow Project, CancerControl Alberta, Alberta Health Services
  • Heather Chappell - Alberta’s Tomorrow Project, CancerControl Alberta, Alberta Health Services
  • Trevor Dummer - BC Generations Project, Centre of Excellence in Cancer Prevention, School of Population and Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia
  • Nhu Le - BC Generations Project, Cancer Control Research, BC Cancer
  • Jessica Chu - BC Generations Project, Cancer Control Research, BC Cancer
  • Calvin Lai - BC Generations Project, Cancer Control Research, BC Cancer
  • Jason Hicks - Atlantic PATH, Population Cancer Research Program, Dalhousie University
  • Ellen Sweeney - Atlantic PATH, Population Cancer Research Program, Dalhousie University
  • Melanie Keats - Atlantic PATH, Population Cancer Research Program, Dalhousie University
  • Phillip Awadalla - Ontario Health Study, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
  • Kelly McDonald - Ontario Health Study, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
  • Sébastien Jacquemont - CARTaGENE – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Ste-Justine;
  • Alexandra Obadia - CARTaGENE – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Ste-Justine;
  • Nolwenn Noisel - CARTaGENE – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Ste-Justine
  • Nataliya Dragieva - Maelstrom Research, Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
  • Isabel Fortier - Maelstrom Research; Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre

Do we lose panel participants when switch to online mode? Evidence from Russian Panel Study “Trajectories in Education and Career”

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  • Valeriya Malik - National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

Responsive designs in practice

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  • Roger Tourangeau - Westat
  • Tammy Cook - Westat
  • Brad Edwards - Westat
  • Gonzalo Rivero - Westat
10:40-11:00

BreakLTB foyer & LTB4

11:00-12:15

Session 2

Adaptive design 2 (Chair: Valerija Kolbas) (contributed papers)LTB2

Can a responsive fieldwork design increase response rates and decrease response bias in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)?

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  • Michael Bergmann - 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
  • Annette Scherpenzeel - 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

Using case prioritization to reduce moving attritors and increase representation for the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)

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  • Kevin Tolliver – US Census Bureau
  • Jason Fields - US Census Bureau

Experimental Comparison of Two Data Collection Protocols for Previous Wave Nonrespondents

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  • Emilia Peytcheva, RTI International
  • Antje Kirchner, RTI International
  • Jennifer Cooney, RTI International

Improvements in design (Chair: Jonathan Burton) (contributed papers)LTB7

The development of volunteering citizens led survey: Improvements in the survey data quality over time

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  • Nadia Siddiqui – Durham University

A review and evaluation of the use of longitudinal approaches in business surveys

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  • Paul A. Smith - University of Southampton
  • Wesley Yung - Statistics Canada

Developing the NatCen panel

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  • Curtis Jessop – NatCen Social Research
11:00-12:15

ESRC Longitudinal Studies Review: Consultation Session 2LTB6

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12:20-13:00

Plenary and closing sessionLTB6

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13:00-14:00

LunchLTB foyer & LTB4

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