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Survey Methodology

Publications

2017

  • de Leeuw, E.D., Klausch, L.T. & Hox, J.J.C.M. (2017). Mixed Mode Research: Issues in Design and Analysis. In Paul Biemer (Eds.), Total Survey Error in Practice Willey.
  • Haan, M., Ongena, Y.P., Vannieuwenhuyze, J.T.A. & de Glopper, C.M. (2017). Response Behavior in a Video-Web Survey: A Mode Comparison Study. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology. 5:1, 48-69.

2016

  • Lugtig, P.J., Toepoel, V. & amin, alerk (2016). Mobile-Only Web Survey Respondents. Survey Practice, 9 (3), (pp. 1-8) (8 p.).
  • Lugtig, Peter & Toepoel, Vera (01.02.2016). The Use of PCs, Smartphones, and Tablets in a Probability-Based Panel Survey – Effects on Survey Measurement Error. Social Science Computer Review, 34 (1), (pp. 78-94) (17 p.).
  • Gallego, Aina, Buscha, Franz, Sturgis, Patrick & Oberski, Daniel (2016). Places and Preferences: A Longitudinal Analysis of Self-Selection and Contextual Effects. British Journal of Political Science, 46 (3), (pp. 529-550).
  • Toepoel, V. (2016). Doing Surveys Online. (280 p.). SAGE.
  • Vehovar, Vasja, Toepoel, V. & Steinmetz, Stephanie (2016). Non-Probability Sampling. In Christof Wolf, Dominique Joye, Tom W Smith & Yang-chih Fu (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology SAGE.
  • Toepoel, V. (2016). Buttons of balken, klikken of slepen – wat werkt er nu het beste op mobiele telefoons, tablets of PCs?. MOA Jaarboek (pp. 119-136) (18 p.). Spaar en Hout.
  • Ongena, Y.P. & Haan, M. (2016). Using Interviewer-respondent Interaction Coding as a Manipulation Check on Interviewer Behavior in Persuading CATI Respondents. Survey Practice, 9 (2).
  • de Leeuw, Edith D., Hox, Joop J. & Boevé, Anja (01.02.2016). Handling Do-Not-Know Answers – Exploring New Approaches in Online and Mixed-Mode Surveys. Social Science Computer Review, 34 (1), (pp. 116-132) (17 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2016). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2016. 41e Jaarboek van de MOA. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. & Berzelak, Necj (2016). Survey Mode or Survey Modes?. In Christof Wolf, Dominique Joy, Tom W Smith & Yang-chih Fu (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology (pp. 142-156). London: SAGE.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2016). Thirty years of survey methodology. Revised 2016. In Bruce Curtis & Cate Curtis (Eds.), Generating Data SAGE, Reprint of BMS, 120, 1, 47-59, 2013.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2016). Data science verenigt disciplines: Manusje van alles in de wetenschap. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, (pp. 20-21).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2016). General Online Research: Grenzeloos onderzoek en innovatie. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 77, (pp. 34).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2016). Mobile online-Lekker toch doen!. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 76, (pp. 36).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. & Matthijsse, Suzette (2016). Professional respondents: Threat or Blessing?. Alert!
  • E.D. de Leeuw (27.07.2016). How to design and implement Mixed-Mode surveys in cross-national surveys: An overview. Second International 3MC conference.
  • Jablonski, W. 2016. [in Polish] Wywiad telefoniczny ze wspomaganiem komputerowym (CATI). Dzialania ankieterskie w call centers [Computer Assisted Telephone Interview (CATI). Interviewers Action Strategies in Call Centers]. Lodz: Lodz University Press. 248 pages.

2015

  • de Leeuw, E.D. & Lugtig, P.J. (18.12.2015). Dropouts in Longitudinal Surveys. Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online, (pp. 1-6).
  • Toepoel, V. & Lugtig, P.J. (18.12.2015). Online surveys are mixed-device surveys. Issues associated with the use of different (mobile) devices in web surveys. methods, data, analyses, 9 (2), (pp. 155-162) (8 p.).
  • Lugtig, P.J., Glasner, T.J. & Boeve, Anja (05.09.2015). Reducing underreports of behaviors in retrospective surveys – the effects of three different strategies. International Journal of Public Opinion Research
  • laurie, Heather, Buck, Nick, Burton, Jon, Parutis, Violeta, Bryan, Mark, Lugtig, P.J. & Brewer, Mike (13.03.2015). The feasibility of conducting a universal credit panel survey – UK department for Work and pensions.. (43 p.). London: Department of Work and Pensions.
  • Cieciuch, Jan, Davidov, Eldad, Oberski, Daniel L. & Algesheimer, René (01.12.2015). Testing for measurement invariance by detecting local misspecification and an illustration across online and paper-and-pencil samples. European Political Science, 14 (4), (pp. 521-538) (18 p.).
  • Bais, F., Schouten, Barry & Toepoel, V. (2015). Interbeoordelaar-Betrouwbaarheid – Het coderen van kenmerken van survey items voor de constructie van vragenlijstprofielen. STAtOR, 2, (pp. 18-21) (4 p.).
  • van ingen, erik, Toepoel, V. & Utz, Sonja (2015). Online Coping After Negative Life Events: – Measurement, Prevalence, and Relation With Internet Activities and Well-Being. Social Science Computer Review (19 p.).
  • Schonla, Matthias & Toepoel, Vera (04.08.2015). Straightlining in Web survey panels over time. Survey Research Methods, 9 (2), (pp. 125-137) (13 p.).
  • Haan, M. (2015). Mode Matters – Effects of Survey Modes on Participation and Answering Behavior (Doctoral Dissertation). (191 p.). Centre for Language and Cognition, University of Groningen.
  • Matthijsse, Suzette M., De Leeuw, Edith D. & Hox, Joop J. (01.10.2015). Internet panels, professional respondents, and data quality. Methodology, 11 (3), (pp. 81-88) (8 p.).
  • Hox, Joop, de Leeuw, Edith & Zijlmans, Eva (2015). Measurement equivalence in mixed mode surveys. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 (87) (11 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D., Struminskaya, Bella & Kaczmirek, Lars (2015). Mode system effects in an online panel study – Comparing a probability-based online panel with two face-to-face reference surveys. methods, data, analyses, 9 (1), (pp. 3-56) (54 p.).
  • Hox, Joop & de Leeuw, Edith (2015). Survey Mode and Mode Effects. In Uwe Engel, Ben Jann, Peter Lynn, Annette Scherpenzeel & Patrick Sturgis (Eds.), Improving Survey Methods – Lessons from recent research (pp. 22-34) (13 p.). Routledge, Taylor & Frances Group.
  • van Wijk, Nikil, de Leeuw, Edith & de Bruijn, Jeanne (03.03.2015). The Effectiveness of a Mixed-mode Survey on Domestic Violence in Curaçao – Response and Data Quality. Field Methods, 27 (1), (pp. 82-96) (15 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2015). Big data de hype voorbij. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 73.
  • de Leeuw, Edith (2015). Help…de mobiele respondent. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 71, (pp. 42).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2015). Innovatie langs de academische meetlat. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 72, (pp. 11) (1 p.).
  • Bronner, Fred, Dekker, Paul, de Leeuw, Edith, Paas, Leo, de Ruyter, Ko, Schmidts, Ale & Wieringa, Jaap (2015). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2015. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2015). Wedden op opinies? Peilingen en verkiezingen. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 75.

2014

  • Lugtig, Peter & Jäckle, Annette (01.03.2014). Can i just check…? Effects of edit check questions on measurement error and survey estimates. Journal of Official Statistics, 30 (1), (pp. 45-62) (18 p.).
  • Lugtig, Peter & Lensvelt-Mulders, Gerty J L M (01.01.2014). Evaluating the Effect of Dependent Interviewing on the Quality of Measures of Change. Field Methods, 26 (2), (pp. 172-190) (19 p.).
  • Lugtig, Peter, Das, Marcel & Scherpenzeel, Annette (2014). Nonresponse and attrition in a probability-based online panel for the general population. In Mario Callegaro, Paul Lavrakas, Jon Krosnick, Reginald Baker, Jelke Bethlehem & Anja Goritz (Eds.), Online panel research – a data quality perspective (pp. 135-153). New York: Wiley.
  • Lugtig, Peter (2014). Panel Attrition – Separating Stayers, Fast Attriters, Gradual Attriters, and Lurkers. Sociological Methods and Research, 43 (4), (pp. 699-723) (25 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera & Lugtig, Peter (2014). What Happens if You Offer a Mobile Option to Your Web Panel? Evidence From a Probability-Based Panel of Internet Users. Social Science Computer Review, 32 (4), (pp. 544-560) (17 p.).
  • Oberski, Daniel (2014). lavaan.survey: An R Package for Complex Survey Analysis of Structural Equation Models. Journal of Statistical Software, 57 (1), (pp. 1-27).
  • scherpenzeel, annette & Toepoel, Vera (2014). Informing Panel Members about Study Results. In mario callegaro, reg baker, jelke bethlehem, anja goritz, jon krosnick & paul lavrakas (Eds.), Online Panel Research – A Data Quality Perspective (pp. 192) (214 p.). Wiley.
  • Haan, M., Ongena, Y.P. & Aarts, C.W.A.M. (2014). Reaching Hard-to-Survey Populations: Mode Choice and Mode Preference. Journal of Official Statistics, 30 (2), (pp. 355-379).
  • Haan, M. & Ongena, Y.P. (2014). Tailored and Targeted Designs for Hard-to-Survey Populations. In R. Tourangeau (Eds.), Hard to Survey Populations (pp. 555-574). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • de Leeuw, Edith (2014). Kanssteekproef, of toch maar de gemakssteekproef?. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 69, (pp. 37).
  • de Leeuw, Edith (2014). Mobieltjes en smartphones rijp voor surveys. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 70, (pp. 34).
  • de Leeuw, Edith & Bronner et al, Fred (2014). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2014 – 39eJaarboek van de MOA. (247 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • de Leeuw, Edith (2014). Wat iedere journalist moet weten van marktonderzoek – Doorvragen bij wie. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 68, (pp. 33).
  • Jablonski, W. 2014. Landline versus Cell Phone Surveys: Interviewers’ Experience. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique 123(1): 5–19

2013

  • van de Schoot, Rens, Kluytmans, Anouck, Tummers, Lars, Lugtig, Peter, Hox, Joop & Muthen, Bengt (23.10.2013). Facing off with Scylla and Charybdis – a comparison of scalar, partial, and the novel possibility of approximate measurement invariance. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 (15 p.).
  • Binswanger, J., Schunk, D. & Toepoel, V. (2013). Panel Conditioning in Difficult Attitudinal Questions. Public Opinion Quarterly, 77 (3), (pp. 783-797).
  • Haan, M., Ongena, Y.P. & Huiskes, M. (2013). Interviewer’s Question Rewording: Not Always a Bad Thing. Interviewers’ Deviations in Surveys. Impact, Reasons, Detection and Prevention. (pp. 173-194). Peter Lang International Academic Publishers.
  • Haan, M., Ongena, Y.P. & Aarts, C.W.A.M. (2013). The Effects of Mixed-Mode Approach Techniques and Mode Choice on Response Rates of Hard-to-Survey Populations – An Experiment in the European Social Survey. Stabiliteit en Verandering in Europa. – Proceedings vierde Nederlandse Workshop European Social Survey. Pallas Publications.
  • Mohorko, A, De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J. (2013). Coverage Bias in European Telephone Surveys: Developments of Landline and Mobile Phone Coverage across Countries and over Time. Survey Methods: Insights from the Field
  • Mohorko, Anja, de Leeuw, Edith & Hox, Joop (2013). Internet Coverage and Coverage Bias in Europe – Developments Across Countries and Over Time. Journal of Official Statistics, 29 (4), (pp. 609-622) (14 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2013). Thirty years of survey methodology. BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 120, (pp. 47-59) (13 p.).
  • Roberts, A, De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J., Klausch, L.T. & de Jongh, A. (2013). Leuker kunnen we het wel maken. Online vragenlijst design: standard matrix of scrollmatrix?. Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., de Leeuw, E., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A., Wieringa, J.E., (2013). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2012. 38eJaarboek van de MOA [In Dutch: Developments in Market Research] Jaarboek 2012 (pp. 133-148) (16 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2013). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2013, 38eJaarboek van de MOA. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • Roberts, A, De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J., Klausch, L.T. & de Jongh, A. (2013). Pret met panels [Fun online]. Insights in Market Intelligence.De basis van het vak, steekproeven en vragenlijsten (pp. 44-46) (3 p.). MOA.

2012

  • Van de Schoot, R., Lugtig, P.J. & Hox, J.J. (2012). A checklist for testing measurement invariance. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 9 (4), (pp. 486-492) (7 p.).
  • Lugtig, P.J., Boeije, H.R. & Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. (2012). Change? What change? An exploration of the use of mixed-methods research to understand longitudinal measurement variance. Methodology, 8 (3), (pp. 115-123) (8 p.).
  • Lugtig, P.J. (2012). Luiaards en trouwe deelnemers. Classificatie van respondenten in een panelstudie. In Bronner, F. (Eds.), Ontwikkelingen in het Jaarboek van de Markt Onderzoeks Associatie (pp. 123-137) (15 p.). Haarlem: Spaar en Hout.
  • Toepoel, V. (2012). Building Your Own Online Panel via Email and Other Digital Media. In Gideon (Eds.), Handbook of Survey Methodology for the Social Sciences, (pp. 345-360) (16 p.). New York: Springer.
  • Toepoel, V. (2012). Effects of Incentives in Surveys. In Gideon (Eds.), Handbook of Survey Methodology for the Social Sciences, (pp. 209-227) (19 p.). New York: Springer.
  • Scherpenzeel, A. & Toepoel, V. (2012). Recruiting a Probability Sample for an Online Panel: Effects of contact mode, incentives, and information. Public Opinion Quarterly, 76, (pp. 470-490) (21 p.).
  • Hox, J.J., De Leeuw, E.D., Brinkhuis, M.J..S. & Ooms, J. (2012). Multigroup and multilevel approaches to measurement equivalence. In S. Salzborn, E. Davidov & J. Reinecke (Eds.), Methods, Theories, and Empirical Applications in the Social Sciences. (pp. 91-96) (6 p.). NY: Springer.
  • Hox, J.J., De Leeuw, E.D. & Chang, H.T. (2012). Nonresponse versus measurement error: Are reluctant respondents worth pursuing?. BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 113 (5), (pp. 5-19) (15 p.).
  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2012). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2012. 37eJaarboek van de MOA [In Dutch: Developments in Market Research] Jaarboek 2012. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2012). The quality of Internet surveys. BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 114, (pp. 68-78) (11 p.).
  • Matthijsse, S., De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2012). Professionele respondenten in online panels: Een bedreiging voor de data kwaliteit? De NOPVO-data nader geanalyseerd. In A.E. Bronner, P. Dekker, E. De Leeuw, L.J. Paas, K. De Ruyter, A. Smidts &
  • J.E. Wieringa (Eds.), Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2012. 37eJaarboek van de MOA [In Dutch: Developments in Market Research] Jaarboek 2012 (pp. 89-106) (18 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2012). “Bad boy Matrix”. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 58, (pp. 29) (1 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2012). Meten met Duitsland. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 57, (pp. 33) (1 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2012). Over het verschil tussen zeggen en doen. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 59, (pp. 29) (1 p.).
  • Jablonski, W. 2012. Stressful Situations in Telephone Interviews. Survey Practice 5(4): 1–6
  • Jablonski, W. 2012. CATI Interviewers’ Job Satisfaction Level. American Statistical Association Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings, pp. 5739–5746

2011

  • Lugtig, P.J., Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M., Frerichs, R. & Greven, A. (2011). Estimating nonresponse bias and mode effects in a mixed mode survey. International Journal of Market Research, 53 (5), (pp. 669-686) (18 p.).
  • Lugtig, P.J. & Jäckle, A. (2011). In-Interview edit checks: effects on measurement error in non-labour income and estimates of household income and poverty. ISER Working Paper Series, 2011-23.
  • Toepoel, Vera & Couper, Mick P. (01.03.2011). Can verbal instructions counteract visual context effects in web surveys?. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75 (1), (pp. 1-18) (18 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera & Dillman, Don A. (2011). How visual design affects the interpretability of survey questions. Social and behavioral research and the Internet. Advances in applied methods and research strategies (pp. 165-190) (35 p.). Routledge.
  • Das, Marcel, Toepoel, Vera & van Soest, Arthur (01.02.2011). Nonparametric tests of panel conditioning and attrition bias in panel surveys. Sociological Methods and Research, 40 (1), (pp. 32-56) (25 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera & Dillman, Don A. (01.05.2011). Words, numbers, and visual heuristics in web surveys – Is there a hierarchy of importance?. Social Science Computer Review, 29 (2), (pp. 193-207) (15 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2011). Internet Surveys as Part of a Mixed Mode Design. In M. Das, P. Ester & L. Kaczmirek (Eds.), Social and Behavioral Research and the Internet: Advances in Applied Methods and Research Strategies (pp. 45-76) (32 p.). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Frances Group.
  • Blom, A.G., de Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2011). Interviewer effects on nonresponse in the European social survey. Journal of Official Statistics, 27 (2), (pp. 359-377) (19 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Scherpenzeel, A. (2011). Mode Effect or Question Wording? Measurement Error in Mixed Mode Surveys. Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section of the American Statistical Association 2010 (pp. 5959-5967) (9 p.). Alexandria: VA: American Statistical Association.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2011). De crisis voorbij? Niet als het aan SPSS ligt. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 51, (pp. 29) (1 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2011). Representativiteit versus datakwaliteit. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 53, (pp. 39) (1 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2011). Terug bij af? Surveys en schermresoluties. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 52, (pp. 29) (1 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D., Matthijsse, S. & Hox, J.J. (2011). Uit op plezier en geld: De professionele respondent 2.0. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 55, (pp. 33) (1 p.).

2010

  • Hox, J.J., De Leeuw, E.D. & brinkhuis, M.J.S. (2010). Analysis models for comparative surveys. In J. Harkness, M. Braun, B. Edwards, T. Johnson, L. Lyberg, P. Mohler, B. E. Pennell & T. W. Smith (Eds.), Survey Methods in Multicultural, Multinational, and Multiregional Context. (pp. 395-418) (24 p.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Scherpenzeel, A. (2010). Emulating Interviewers in an Online Survey: Experimental Manipulation of ‘Do-Not-Know’ over the Phone and on the Web. Proceedings of the Survey Research Methods Section of the Americal Statistical Association 2010 Alexandria: VA: American Statistical Association.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2010). Goed meten met online-vragenlijsten: ja het kan!. STAtOR, 11 (2), (pp. 12-15) (4 p.).
  • Blom, A.G., De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2010). Interviewer effects on nonresponse in the European Social Survey. Institute for Social & Economic Research, ESRC. ISER Working paper Series.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2010). Mixed-Mode Surveys and the internet. Survey Practice
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2010). Passen en meten online: de kwaliteit van Internet-enquetes. In A. E. Bronner, P. Dekker, E. de Leeuw, L. J. Paas, K. de Ruyter, A. Smidts & J. E. Wieringa (Eds.), Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek 2010. 35e Jaarboek van de MOA (pp. 9-23) (15 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2010). De ballade van marktonderzoek en wetenschap. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 49, (pp. 29) (1 p.).
  • de Leeuw, E.D. (2010). Representativiteit of relevantie?. CLOU : voor marketing, informatie en research, 50, (pp. 39) (1 p.).

2009

  • Lugtig, P.J., Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & Hubregste, M. (2009). Seperating selection bias and non-coverage in Internet Panels using propensity Matching. Survey Practice, 2009 (september), (pp. 1-5) (5 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera, Das, Marcel & Van Soest, Arthur (01.12.2009). Design of web questionnaires – The effect of layout in rating scales. Journal of Official Statistics, 25 (4), (pp. 509-528) (20 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera, Das, Marcel & Van Soest, Arthur (18.06.2009). Design of web questionnaires – The effects of the number of items per screen. Field Methods, 21 (2), (pp. 200-213) (14 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera, Vis, Corrie, Das, Marcel & Van Soest, Arthur (01.02.2009). Design of web questionnaires – An information-processing perspective for the effect of response categories. Sociological Methods and Research, 37 (3), (pp. 371-392) (22 p.).
  • Toepoel, Vera (2009). Ik zie, ik zie, wat jij niet ziet. Het belang van visueel design in online onderzoek. Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek (pp. 43-60) (17 p.). Spaar en Hout.
  • Toepoel, Vera, Das, Marcel & Van Soest, Arthur (01.01.2009). Relating question type to panel conditioning – Comparing trained and fresh respondents. Survey Research Methods, 3 (2), (pp. 73-80) (8 p.).
  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2009). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek [In Dutch: Developments in Market Research] Jaarboek 2008. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • Sikkel, D., Hox, J.J. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2009). Using auxiliary data for adjustment in longitudinal research. In P. Lynn (Eds.), Methodology of Longitudinal surveys. Wiley series in survey methodology (pp. 141-155) (15 p.). New York: Wiley.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (02.12.2009). Passen en meten online : de kwaliteit van internet enquêtes. (13 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.

2008

  • Toepoel, Vera (2008). A Closer Look at Web Questionnaire Design. (155 p.). Center Dissertation Series.
  • Toepoel, Vera, Das, Marcel & Van Soest, Arthur (01.10.2008). Effects of design in web surveys – Comparing trained and fresh respondents. Public Opinion Quarterly, 72 (5), (pp. 985-1007) (23 p.).
  • Lepkowski, James M., Tucker, C., Brick, J.M., De Leeuw, E.D., Japec, L., Lavrakas, P.J., Link, M.W. & Sangster, R.L. (2008). Advances in Telephone Survey Methodology. New York: Wiley.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2008). Choosing the method of data collection. In E.D. Leeuw, J.J. Hox & D.A. Dillman (Eds.), International Handbook Of Survey Methodology (pp. 113-135) (22 p.). New York: Taylor & Francis, Prychology Press, EAM series.
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Dillman, D.A. (2008). International Handbook Of Survey Methodology (2008). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Taylor & Francis Group, EAM series (European Association of Methodology Series).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2008). Missing data. In P. Lavrakas (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methods. (pp. 467-471) (5 p.). Thousands Oaks Ca.: SAGE.
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Dillman, D.A. (2008). Mixed mode surveys: When and why. In E.D. de Leeuw, J.J. Hox & D.A. Dillman (Eds.), The International Handbook of Survey Methodology (pp. 299-316) (18 p.). New York/London: Erlbaum/Taylor & Francis.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2008). Mixing Data Collection Methods: Lessons from Social Survey Research. In M. Bergman (Eds.), Advances in Mixed Methods Research. (pp. 138-149) (12 p.). London: SAGE.
  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2008). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek ( Developments in Market Research ) Jaarboek 2008. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2008). Self-administered questionnaires and standardized interviews. In Pertti Alasuutari, Leonard Bickman & Julia Brannon (Eds.), Handbook of Social Research Methods (pp. 313-327) (15 p.). London: SAGE.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2008). Self-administered questionnaires: mail surveys and other applications. In E. D. de Leeuw, J. J. Hox & D. A. Dillman (Eds.), The International Handbook of Survey Methodology (pp. 239-263) (25 p.). New York/London: Erlbaum/Taylor & Francis.
  • Hox, J.J., De Leeuw, E.D. & Dillman, D.A. (2008). The cornerstones of survey research. In E.D. de Leeuw, J.J. Hox & D.A. Dillman (Eds.), The International Handbook of Survey Methodology (pp. 1-17) (17 p.). New York/London: Erlbaum/Taylor & Francis.

2007

  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2007). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek Jaarboek 2007. Haarlem: Spaarenhout.
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Callegaro, M., Hox, J.J., Korendijk, E. & Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. (2007). The influence of advance letters on response in telephone surveys: a meta-analysis. Public Opinion Quarterly, 71 (3), (pp. 1-31) (31 p.).

2006

  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2006). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek (Developments in Market Research). (248 p.). Haarlem: Spaarenhout.

2005

  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2005). Dropouts in Longitudinal Data. In B.S. Everitt & D.C. Howell (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science. (pp. 515-518) (4 p.). Chichester: Wiley.
  • de Leeuw, E.D. & Japec, L. (2005). Equating response rates in cross-cultural surveys: A Swedish-Dutch Example. In De Leeuw, E. & Hox, J. (Eds.), JOBS: Journal of Obnoxious Statistics. (pp. 48-50) (3 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam: TT-publikaties.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2005). JOBS: Journal of Obnoxious Statistics. Amsterdam: Amsterdam TT-Publikaties.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2005). Mixed-Mode: De toekomst in survey onderzoek?. Facta, 113 (4), (pp. 15-16) (2 p.).
  • Bronner, A.E., Dekker, P., De Leeuw, E.D., Paas, L.J., de Ruyter, K., Smidts, A. & Wieringa, J.E. (2005). Ontwikkelingen in het Marktonderzoek Jaarboek 2005. Haarlem: De Vrieseborch.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2005). Surveying Children. In S.J. Best & B. Radcliff (Eds.), Polling America: An Encyclopedia of Public Opinion. (pp. 831-835) (5 p.). Westport: CT. Greenwood Press,.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2005). To mix or not to mix data collection modes in surveys. Journal of Official Statistics, 21 (5), (pp. 233-255) (23 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J., Korendijk, E., Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & Callegaro, M. (2005). The influence of advanced letters on response in telephone surveys: a meta-analysis. In C van Dijkum, J Blasius & C Durand (Eds.), Recent Developments and Applications in Social Research Methodology (31 p.). Leverkusen-Opladen: Verlag Barbara Budrich /Rammington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishers [CD-ROM]., RC 33 Sixth International Conference on Social Sciences Methodology, Amsterdam 2004.

2004

  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2004). Een brief helpt! vooraankondigingen bij enquetes [A prenotification letter helps!. Facta, oktober 04, (pp. 24-25) (2 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2004). I am not selling anything: 29 experiments in telephone introductions. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 16, (pp. 0954-2892) (1939 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2004). Nonresponse en panelonderzoek: Voorkomen is beter dan genezen. [Nonresponse and drop out in panel studies: Prevention is the better cure]. Facta, dec.2004, (pp. 28-30) (3 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Borgers, N. & Smits, A. (2004). Pretesting questionnaires for children and adolescents. In S. Presser, J.M. Rothgeb, M.P. Couper, J.T. Lessler, E. Martin, J. Martin & E. Singer (Eds.), Methods for testing and evaluating survey questionnaires (pp. 409-429) (21 p.). New York: Wiley.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2004). What is the current status of telephone surveys?. Survey Statistician, 50, (pp. 16-17) (2 p.).

2003

  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Kef, S. (2003). Computer-assisted self-interviewing tailored for special populations and topics. Field Methods, 15, (pp. 223-251) (29 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2003). Computer-gestuurd interviewen bij kinderen en adolescenten. Tienertijd: Communicatie, opvoeding en welzijn in context: 10-18 jarigen, ouders en leerkrachten bevraagd (pp. 65-74) (10 p.). Antwerpen: Garant, GBGS Publicatie.
  • Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2003). Current best methods voor de dataverzameling van regelovertredend gedrag. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, onderzoeksschool IOPS (afd. Utrecht).
  • Van der Heijden, P.G.M. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2003). Gevoelige vragen, dobbelstenen, en de statistiek. Facta, 11, (pp. 24-26) (3 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. (2003). Kinderen als respondent. Facta, Juni 2003, (pp. 28-29) (2 p.).
  • Couper, M.P. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2003). Nonresponse in cross-cultural and cross-national surveys. In J.A. Harkness, F.J.R. van de Vijver & P. Mohler (Eds.), Cross-cultural survey methods (pp. 157-177) (21 p.). New York: Wiley.
  • Hox, J.J., De Leeuw, E.D. & Snijkers, G.J.M.E. (2003). Nonresponse in surveys: determining the research agenda for the future. BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique, 79, (pp. 47-60) (14 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Huisman, M. (2003). Prevention and treatment of item nonresponse. Journal of Official Statistics, 19, (pp. 153-176) (24 p.).
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & Hox, J.J. (2003). The use of meta-analysis in cross-national studies. In J.A. Harkness, F.J.R. van de Vijver & P. Mohler (Eds.), Cross-Cultural Survey Methods (pp. 329-345) (17 p.). New York: Wiley.

2002

  • De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J., Kef, S. & van Hattum, M. (2002). Overcoming the problems of special interviews on sensitive topics: Computer assisted self-interviewing tailored for special populations. In J. Blassius, J. Hox, E. Leeuw de & P. Schmidt (Eds.), Social Science Methodology in the New Millenium. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Logic and Methodology. Second expanded edition. Opladen: Leske & Budrich, Boek op CD-rom.
  • Hox, J.J. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2002). The influence of interviewers’ attitude and behaviour on household survey nonresponse: an international comparison. In R.M. Groves, D.A. Dillman, J.L. Eltinge & R.J.A. Little (Eds.), Survey Nonresponse (pp. 103-120) (18 p.). New York: Wiley.
  • De Leeuw, E.D. & de Heer, W. (2002). Trends in household survey nonresponse: a longitudinal and international comparison. In R.M. Groves, D.A. Dillman, J.L. Eltinge & R.J.A. Little (Eds.), Survey Nonresponse (pp. 41-54) (14 p.). New York: Wiley.
  • Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M., De Leeuw, E.D., Hox, J.J. & Junger, M. (2002). Dataverzameling. In P.G.M. Heijden, J. Hox & H. Elffers (Eds.), Het meten van regelnaleving. Een voorstudie. (pp. 3-17) (15 p.). Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
  • Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2002). Beschermd door de dobbelsteen. Facta, 10-5, (pp. 28-30) (3 p.).
  • Lensvelt-Mulders, G.J.L.M. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2002). Vragen naar gevoelige informatie. Facta, 10-3, (pp. 34-35) (2 p.).

2001

  • Blasius, J., Hox, J.J. & De Leeuw, E.D. (2001). Social Science Methodology in the New Millennium. Opladen: Leske & Budrich, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Logic and Methodology.