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ESRA 2023 Program


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Friday 21 July

09:00 - 14:30

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09:00 - 10:30

The International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) - data quality issues in cross-national perspective 2 (Room: U6-01a)

Session Organisers:
Professor Stephanie Steinmetz (FORS and University of Lausanne)
Dr René Bautista (NORC at the University of Chicago)
Dr Evi Scholz (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Professor Markus Hadler (University of Graz)

Evaluating the quality of the ISSP Occupational Commitment Scale (ISSP-OCC) across countries: Does economy have its price?
Julian Urban (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences) - Presenting Author
Isabelle Schmidt (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Katharina Groskurth (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Dynamics of Low-Effort Responding across ISSP Modules
Ondrej Buchel (Institute for Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences) - Presenting Author
Miloslav Bahna (Institute for Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)

Introducing Web-Based Surveys in the ISSP: Assessing Coverage and Measurement Biases in Mixed Online and Paper Data Collection
Annika Lindholm (University of Lausanne) - Presenting Author
Stephanie Steinmetz (University of Lausanne)
Marlène Sapin (FORS - Swiss Center of Expertise in the Social Sciences)

Why weights do not make a difference, but still cause harm
Harry Ganzeboom (VU University Amsterdam) - Presenting Author

Caring for data’s soul - An exploration of the effects of data curation activities on data quality
Insa Bechert (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences) - Presenting Author
Kerstin Beck (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)
Ivet Solanes Ros (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences)

09:00 - 10:30

Interviewer-Assisted or Not? Strengths and Drawbacks of Mode Transitions in Times of Crisis (Room: U6-01b)

Session Organiser: Dr Melike Sarac (Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies)

Online or Interviewer-Assisted? How Should We Conduct Surveys in Latin America? The Case of The Generation and Gender Survey in Uruguay
Wojciech Jablonski (Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute) - Presenting Author
Ignacio Pardo (University of the Republic)

Interviewer effects in competence assessment tests in a large-scale longitudinal educational survey: a replication using NEPS data
Laura Löwe (LIfBi) - Presenting Author
Andre Pirralha (LIfBi)

Implementing remote data collection methods in a survey of sexual health in the British population (National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles; Natsal)
Anne Conolly (University College London / NatCen Social Research)
Soazig Clifton (University College London / NatCen Social Research) - Presenting Author
Rebecca Light (NatCen Social Research)
Katharine Sadler (NatCen Social Research)
Nigel Field (University College London)
Clarissa Oeser (University College London)
Pam Sonnenberg (University College London)
Catherine Mercer (University College London)

Interviewers in Surveys with Refugees
Florian Heinritz (Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories & Universität Hamburg) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Surveying Ukrainian Refugees in Europe: Implementation, Methods, Challenges, and Exchange of Experiences 2 (Room: U6-01c)

Session Organisers:
Dr Jean Philippe Décieux (Federal Institure for Population Research)
Mrs Silvia Schwanhäuser (Institute for Employment Research)

How Shall We Address the Target Population? On the Use of the “Refugee” Label in Advertisement-Based Survey Recruitment of Refugees Through Social Media
Steffen Pötzschke (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences ) - Presenting Author
Bernd Weiß (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )

Challenges of selection bias in sampling Ukrainian migrants in Poland for a longitudinal panel study
Agata Górny (University of Warsaw) - Presenting Author
Katarzyna Porwit (University of Warsaw)

Voice of Ukraine
Yves Fradier (Kantar Public) - Presenting Author
Anne-Sarah Chekaf (Kantar Public)

09:00 - 10:30

Push-to-Web Surveys: Challenges and Opportunities 5 (Room: U6-01e)

Session Organisers:
Dr Olga Maslovskaya (University of Southampton)
Dr Peter Lugtig (Utrecht University)

Two Experiments in a Small Probability-Based Online Panel
Markus Hahn (Australian National University) - Presenting Author
Nicholas Biddle (Australian National University)

Developing the QCEW Business Supplement (QBS)
Sharon Stang (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Demetrio Scopelliti (Bureau of Labor Statistics) - Presenting Author

Study member preferences for questionnaire mode in the MRC National Survey of Health and Development
Maria Popham (MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL) - Presenting Author
Andrew Wong (MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing at UCL)

Adaptive design for sensitive surveys: the experience of a National Statistical Office (CSO, Ireland)
Jessica M Coyne (Central Statistics Office) - Presenting Author
Tony Kelleher (Central Statistics Office)

Now please do it like this: Pushing university administrators to an online, establishment-based census of student housing
Alfred Tuttle (none) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Using Internet Surveys in Cross-National Research (Room: U6-01f)

Session Organiser: Dr Tom W Smith (NORC at the University of Chicago)

Where are my completes? Leveraging different response modes in a German online probability panel.
Elena Babamova (Lifepanel)
Carsten Broich (Lifepanel) - Presenting Author

State of surveys: a comparison of NPS scores in 10 countries over 10 years
Laura Wronski (SurveyMonkey)
Sam Gutierrez (SurveyMonkey) - Presenting Author
Zoe Padgett (SurveyMonkey)

09:00 - 10:30

When and how to contact survey respondents (Room: U6-06)

Session Organiser: Dr Alessandra Gaia (University of Milano-Bicocca)

How to improve measurement of food insecurity? Implications of the recall period
Andrej Kveder (UNHCR) - Presenting Author
Imane Chaara (UNHCR)
Lorenza Rossi (UNHCR)

Targeted timing of mail invitation: impact on web surveys response rate and response speed
Annamaria Bianchi (University of Bergamo)
Peter Lynn (Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex)
Alessandra Gaia (University of Milano-Bicocca) - Presenting Author

Comparing Immediate Versus Later Contact for Follow-On Studies for a Push-to-Web Population Survey
Todd Hughes (University of California Los Angeles) - Presenting Author
Ninez Ponce (University of California Los Angeles)
Royce Park (University of California Los Angeles)
Jiangzhou Fu (University of California Los Angeles)
Kathy Langdale (SSRS)

Did the Pandemic Impact Nonresponse Error in a Cross-National Project? An Analysis of Contact Attempts in Five European Countries
Sofi Sinozich (Pew Research Center) - Presenting Author
Carolyn Lau (Pew Research Center)
Ashley Amaya (Pew Research Center)
Patrick Moynihan (Pew Research Center)

09:00 - 10:30

Tools and program developments for data analysis (Room: U6-07)

Session Organiser: Ms Xiaoyao Han (DIW Berlin)

Visualizing survey data with hammock plots
Matthias Schonlau (University of Waterloo) - Presenting Author

Identifying and Developing Methodological Approaches and Data Visualization Tools to Produce and Disseminate Model Based Early Estimates of Key Health Outcomes
Lauren Rossen (US National Center for Health Statistics)
Morgan Earp (US National Center for Health Statistics) - Presenting Author
Priyam Patel (US National Center for Health Statistics)
Chris Moriarity (US National Center for Health Statistics)
Diba Khan (US National Center for Health Statistics)

A metadata enriched Open Data Format across Statistical Programs
Caludia Saalbach (DIW Berlin)
Xiaoyao Han (DIW Berlin) - Presenting Author
Knut Wenzig (DIW Berlin)

SurveyHarmonies: Creating ex ante harmonised, multi-language surveys using DDI-compliant reproducible research tools in the R statistical environment
Adrian Dusa (University of Bucharest)
Daniel Antal (Reprex BV)
James Edwards (SINUS Markt- und Sozialforschung GmbH) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Scale design, attitude measurement, and cultural differences (Room: U6-08)

Session Organiser: Mr Lukas Schick (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Agree-disagree scales in cross-cultural surveys
Lukas Schick (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences ) - Presenting Author
Dorothée Behr (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )
Cornelia Neuert (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )
Clemens Lechner (GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences )

Split-Ballot Experiment On The Familiarity Of Answers In Surveys
Jozef Zagrapan (Institute for Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences) - Presenting Author

Design options of attitude scales in telephone surveys – New evidence on the influence of midpoint verbalization and exit options on response behavior
Hawal Shamon (Forschungszentrum Juelich) - Presenting Author
Diana Schumann (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
Gerrit Stöckigt (Forschungszentrum Juelich)

Conceptualizing and Measuring Religious Fundamentalism across the Abrahamic Faiths and Beyond
Mansoor Moaddel (University of Maryland) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Cross-national probability-based web or mixed mode panels 3 (Room: U6-09)

Session Organisers:
Dr Gianmaria Bottoni (ESS ERIC HQ, City University of London)
Professor Rory Fitzgerald (ESS ERIC HQ, City University of London)

Assessing Mode Effects in SC Approaches- Comparing F2F and Push-to-Web
Peter Grand (Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS)) - Presenting Author

Recruiting online panel through face-to-face and push-to-web surveys.
Vera Messing (Center for Social Sciences) - Presenting Author
Bence Ságvári (Center for Social Sciences, Corvinus University of Budapest)
Ádám Stefkovics (Center for Social Sciences)
Blanka Szeitl (Center for Social Sciences)

Comparing effectiveness in panel recruitment via piggyback on existing surveys versus direct recruitment in building an online European Probability panel
Carsten Broich (Lifepanel)
Elena Babamova Bozhinovska (Lifepanel)
Nadica Stankovikj (Sample Solutions)
Nikola Jovanovski (Lifepanel) - Presenting Author

KnowledgePanel Europe – A comparison of recruitment strategies and challenges
Joke Depraetere (Ipsos EPA)
Femke De Keulenaer (Ipsos EPA) - Presenting Author
Cristina Tudose (Ipsos EPA)
Christine Tresignie (Ipsos EPA)

Probability-Based Panel Performance Compared to Other Survey Methods: More Evidence from Australia
Samuel Slamowicz (The Social Research Centre) - Presenting Author
Benjamin Phillips (The Social Research Centre)
Dina Neiger (The Social Research Centre)
Darren Pennay (Australian National University)

09:00 - 10:30

Improving the representativeness, response rates and data quality of longitudinal surveys 6 (Room: U6-10)

Session Organisers:
Dr Jason Fields (US Census Bureau)
Dr Nicole Watson (University of Melbourne)

Use of Incentives in the DAB Panel Study
Sara Möser (University of Bern) - Presenting Author
David Glauser (University of Bern)
Rolf Becker (University of Bern)

Increasing the Value of the Early Bird Incentive in a Mixed-Mode Longitudinal Survey: Offer a Higher Incentive From the Start or Increase It at a Later Wave?
Pablo Cabrera-Álvarez (ISER, University of Essex) - Presenting Author
Peter Lynn (ISER, University of Essex)

The Impact of Monetary Incentives on Retention Rates in a Panel Study with Mixed Web- and Mail-Modes
Lisa Marie Natter (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law) - Presenting Author

Effects of different Incentives for different Response Propensity groups in Mature probability Web Panels
Oliver Lipps (FORS, Lausanne) - Presenting Author
Max Felder (FORS, Lausanne)
Lukas Lauener (FORS, Lausanne)
Anna Meisser (FORS, Lausanne)
Nicolas Pekari (FORS, Lausanne)
Line Rennwald (FORS, Lausanne)
Anke Tresch (FORS, Lausanne)

09:00 - 10:30

Boost that respondent motivation! 3 (Room: U6-11)

Session Organisers:
Dr Marieke Haan (University of Groningen)
Dr Yfke Ongena (University of Groningen)

Combining Closed-Based and Chatbot-Based Questions in Surveys: An Experiment with GPT-3
pierre petronin (Google ) - Presenting Author
Mario Callegaro (Google Cloud)

Does including guilt-free strategies in surveys decrease socially desirable responses? A replication study.
Emma Zaal (University of Groningen) - Presenting Author
Yfke Ongena (University of Groningen)
John Hoeks (Univiersity of Groningen)

Satisficing in questionnaires: an experimental study on the effects of agree-disagree versus construct-specific and fully versus end labelled answer scales on answer patterns leading to data quality reduction
Jeffry Frikken (University of Groningen) - Presenting Author
Yfke Ongena (University of Groningen)
Marieke Haan (University of Groningen)

Why content matters: Improving respondents’ survey experience by varying the content of questionnaires
Saskia Bartholomäus (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences) - Presenting Author
Tobias Gummer (GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Defining the informed consent needs of patients in radiological healthcare in a video vignette experiment.
Yfke Ongena (University of Groningen) - Presenting Author
Marieke Haan (University of Groningen)
Janina Wildfeuer (University of Groningen)

09:00 - 10:30

Item Nonresponse and Unit Nonresponse in Panel Studies 3 (Room: U6-20)

Session Organisers:
Dr Uta Landrock (LIfBi – Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)
Dr Ariane Würbach (LIfBi – Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)
Mr Michael Bergrab (LIfBi – Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)

Variable Selection Methods for Binary Variables and Missing Data
Michael Bergrab (LIfBi – Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsverläufe e.V.) - Presenting Author

Effects of Interviewer-Participant-Assignment on Unit Nonresponse in the Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Theresa Müller (infas Institut für angewandte Sozialwissenschaft GmbH (Institute for Applied Social Sciences)) - Presenting Author

Sarah Berndt (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg)
Annika Felix (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg)
Philipp Pohlenz (Otto von Guericke Universitaet) - Presenting Author

Does the placement of a consent question affect participation and consent?
Claudia Schmiedeberg (LMU Munich) - Presenting Author
Christiane Bozoyan (LMU Munich)
Jette Schröder (GESIS)
Katrin Auspurg (LMU Munich)

Approval of the Cooperation Continuum - Longitudinal Response Behavior in the NEPS Starting Cohort Adults
Ariane Würbach (Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi)) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Linking Survey Data with Geospatial Data: Potentials, Methods, and Challenges 2 (Room: U6-21)

Session Organisers:
Professor Simon Kühne (Bielefeld University)
Mr Dorian Tsolak (Bielefeld University)

Getting personal – Moving from regional to ego-centered provider density to capture healthcare availability in survey data
Barbara Stacherl (Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)) - Presenting Author

How Local Labor Markets Affect Refugees’ Chances of Returning to Their Trained Occupations
Dorian Tsolak (Bielefeld University)
Marvin Bürmann (Bielefeld University) - Presenting Author

Monitoring Internal Migration Flows Using Origin–Destination Data Based on Twitter User Locations
Long Nguyen (Bielefeld University) - Presenting Author

Linking Survey Data with OpenStreetMap and Geospatial Census Data to Contextualize Intergroup Relations at the Neighborhood Level: the Case of Belgian National Election Study 2019
Daria Dementeva (KU Leuven) - Presenting Author
Cecil Meeusen (KU Leuven)
Bart Meuleman (KU Leuven)

Determinants of Regional Mobility After Job Loss in Germany – Examining the Importance of Locational Factors in the Decision For or Against Residential Mobility
Katrin Rickmeier (Bielefeld University) - Presenting Author

09:00 - 10:30

Children and Youth cohort studies: developments and innovations 3 (Room: U6-23)

Session Organisers:
Professor Lisa Calderwood (UCL Cente for Longitudinal Studies )
Professor Gary Pollock (Manchester Metropolitan University )

Introducing GENERATION: a new longitudinal cohort survey of Australian youth
Ben Edwards (Australian National University) - Presenting Author
Daniel Edwards (Australian Council of Educational Research)
Nikki Honey (Social Research Centre)
Intifar Chowdhury (Australian National University)
Kylie Hillman (Australian Council of Educational Research)
Andrew Norton (Australian National University)
Matthew Gray (Australian National University)

The analytic potential of a comparative longitudinal survey of children: How GUIDE will contribute to better science and policy making
Gary Pollock (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Jennifer Symonds (University College Dublin)
Seaneen Sloan (University College Dublin) - Presenting Author

Developing an innovative new birth cohort study in the UK: the Early Life Cohort Feasibility Study (ELC-FS)
Lisa Calderwood (UCL Cente for Longitudinal Studies ) - Presenting Author
Alissa Goodman (UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies)
Pasco Fearon (UCL and University of Cambridge)
Karen Dennison (UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies)
Erica Wong (UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies)
Alyce Raybould (UCL Centre for Longitudinal Studies)

Developing an innovative new birth cohort study in England: Children of the 2020s
Sarah Knibbs (Ipsos)
Laurel Fish (University College London)
Marialivia Bernardi (University College London) - Presenting Author
Pasco Fearon (University College London)
Lisa Calderwood (University College London)
Alissa Goodman (University College London)
Kavita Deepchand (Ipsos)
Chris Ferguson (Ipsos)
Tania Borges (Ipsos)
Konstantina Vosnaki (Ipsos)

Establishing the Generation Victoria (GenV) cohort: Achieving inclusion and intervention capabilities for a very large, whole-of-state cohort of parents and newborns
Elizabeth Hughes (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)
Susan Clifford (Murdoch Children's Research Institute) - Presenting Author
Suzanne Long (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)
Jatender Mohal (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)
Richard Saffery (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)
Sharon Goldfeld (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)
Melissa Wake (Murdoch Children's Research Institute)

09:00 - 10:30

Digital technologies for the data lifecycle of large-scale surveys 2 (Room: U6-28)

Session Organisers:
Dr Diana Zavala-Rojas (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, European Social Survey ERIC, RECSM )
Mr Niccolò Ghirelli (European Social Survey ERIC HQ, City, University of London )

myESS: virtual collaborative environment
Diana Zavala (European Social Survey ERIC, Universitat Pompeu Fabra) - Presenting Author
Danielly Sorato (RECSM - Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

LIfBi Study Manager: Current Status and Future Vision of Digitized Study Management in the NEPS
Nils Lerch (Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)
Lea Rauh (Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories) - Presenting Author

Developing an indicator system to compare survey designs: quantifying survey infrastructure work.
Roman Auriga (LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajcetories) - Presenting Author

Designing a sample and survey management service to support quality methods for the ESS CRONOS 2 online panel
Baptiste Rouxel (SciencesPo)
Malaury Lemaître-Salmon (SciencesPo)
Geneviève Michaud (SciencesPo, CNRS) - Presenting Author
Tom Villette (SciencesPo)

09:00 - 10:30

Human-like communication forms in web surveys (Room: U6-02)

Session Organisers:
Dr Jan Karem Höhne (University of Duisburg-Essen)
Professor Frederick Conrad (University of Michigan)

Interviewer Effects in Live Video and Prerecorded Video Interviewing
Brady West (University of Michigan-Ann Arbor) - Presenting Author

Combining Dictation and/or Voice Recordings with Text to Answer Narrative Open-ended Survey Questions
Melanie Revilla (IBEI) - Presenting Author
Mick P. Couper (Survey Research Center, University of Michigan)

Innovating web probing: Comparing written and oral answers to open-ended probing questions in a smartphone survey
Jan Karem Höhne (University of Duisburg-Essen) - Presenting Author
Timo Lenzner (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)
Konstantin Gavras (Nesto Software GmbH)

Mode-Specific Discomfort Answering a Sensitive Question in a Live Video Interview
Shlomit Okon (The New School) - Presenting Author
Michael Schober (The New School)
Rebecca Dolgin (The New School)

Sentiment Analysis in the Wild
Denis Bonnay (Université Paris Nanterre) - Presenting Author
Orkan Dolay (Bilendi)

09:00 - 10:30

Recent Developments in Privacy Research (Room: U6-03)

Session Organisers:
Professor Peter Graeff (Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel )
Dr Zoltán Kmetty (Centre for Social Sciences - Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Professor Guido Mehlkop (University of Erfurt)
Dr Robert Neumann (Technische Universität Dresden)

Using Survey Experiments to Longitudinally Study Privacy as Contextual Integrity
Frederic Gerdon (Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), University of Mannheim) - Presenting Author
Leah von der Heyde (Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland)
Frauke Kreuter (Department of Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Maryland)

Dimensions of Vertical and Horizontal Information Privacy Concerns on the Internet: A Qualitative Analysis of Users’ Perceptions
Jošt Bartol (Centre for Social Informatics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana) - Presenting Author
Vasja Vehovar (Centre for Social Informatics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana)
Andraž Petrovčič (Centre for Social Informatics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana)

Privacy concerns – a measurement proposal and validation study using data from the U.S., India and Germany
Guido Mehlkop (University of Erfurt)
Robert Neumann (Technische Universität Dresden) - Presenting Author
Hagen von Hermanni (State Statistical Office of the Free State of Saxony)

09:00 - 10:30

Sources of resistance to digital data collection: Privacy concerns, digital trust and data literacy (Room: U6-05)

Session Organiser: Dr Caroline Roberts (University of Lausanne)

To what extent do data privacy concerns and digital distrust act as barriers to smartphone sensor data collection in general population surveys and what can be done to mitigate them?
Caroline Roberts (University of Lausanne) - Presenting Author
Marc Asensio Manjon (University of Lausanne)
Nicolas Pekari (FORS)

UNDP Comparative Digital Readiness Assessment
Hayk Gyuzalyan (Highgate Consultancy) - Presenting Author

Response rates and attrition in a longitudinal app-based study conducted in Switzerland
Caroline Winkler (Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich) - Presenting Author
Adrian Meister (Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich)
Basil Schmid (Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich)
Kay W. Axhausen (Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich)

Sources of resistance to digital incentives: can electronic money replace cash?
Michèle Ernst Stähli (FORS (Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)) - Presenting Author
Alexandre Pollien (FORS (Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences))
Michael Ochsner (FORS (Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences))

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 - 12:30

Open Science & Open Data: Challenges and Innovations (Room: Aula Magna)

Session Organisers:
Professor Jochen Mayerl (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Mr Manuel Holz (University of Technology, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Institute for Sociology)
Dr Henrik Andersen (Chemnitz University of Technology, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Institute for Sociology)

Overcoming the Futility of Scientific Dispute? Introducing Pre-registered Adversarial Collaborations
Alexander Wuttke (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich) - Presenting Author

Future-proofing European RIs for the social sciences
Angelica Maria Maineri (Erasmus University Rotterdam) - Presenting Author
Kasia Karpinska (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Tom Emery (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Lucas van der Meer (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Open data: new opportunities and ethical challenges
Sonia Stefanizzi (University of Milano-Bicocca) - Presenting Author

11:00 - 12:30

Strategic session on the future of survey practices: How has the pandemic affected survey practices - which are worth keeping in the long term? (Room: Martini U6-4)

Session Organisers:
Mr Andrew Phelps (Office for National Statistics UK)
Miss Laura Wilson (Office for National Statistics UK)

Pandemic impact upon survey activity in organisations
Laura Wilson (Principal Researcher and Data Collection Lead in the UK Government Data Quality Hub) - Presenting Author
Andrew Phelps (Principal Researcher and Survey Strategy Lead in the ONS Surveys Directorate, UK)

Pandemic impact upon current and future field interviewing
Karen Blanke (Senior Researcher and Head of Section on Survey Methodology and Pretesting at the Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis)) - Presenting Author

Pandemic impact upon survey methods and practices
Nicholas Gilby (Research Director, Probability Surveys Unit, Ipsos UK) - Presenting Author

The future and our preparation for what’s next
Peter Lugtig (Associate Professor of Survey Methodology at Utrecht University, Netherlands) - Presenting Author