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Survey Methodology

Who is who

Frank Bais
PhD Candidate
Frank Bais is a PhD candidate in survey methodology at Utrecht University and Statistics Netherlands. His project is about; 1) trying to construct questionnaire profiles and respondent profiles, consisting of the characteristics of surveys and their items, and the characteristics... Read more
Anne Elevelt
PhD candidate
Anne Elevelt is a PhD candidate in survey methodology. Her PhD project, which she started in September 2016, focuses on smartphone-only surveys. More specifically she aims to generate fundamental methodological knowledge about smartphone-only surveys (f.e. non-response and data quality) and... Read more
Marieke Haan
Post-doctoral Researcher
Marieke Haan currently works as a post-doctoral researcher at the department of 'Methodology and Statistics' at Utrecht University, where she specializes in survey methodology and the communication process of the survey interview. More specifically, her work is focused on mixed-mode... Read more
Wojciech Jablonski
Postdoctoral Researcher
Wojciech is a postdoctoral researcher in survey methodology. He graduated from University of Lodz, Poland (with a MA in sociology), did his PhD there – the thesis focuses on telephone surveys and CATI interviewers – and started as assistant professor.... Read more
Edith de Leeuw
Professor of Survey Methodology
Edith Desiree de Leeuw is a full professor of survey methodology at the department of methodology and statistics at Utrecht University. She was a Fulbright scholar with Don Dillman at Washington State University and visiting scholar with Jan de Leeuw... Read more
Peter Lugtig
Associate Professor in Survey Methodology
Peter is an associate professor in survey methodology. His research interest lie in the interplay of three areas: 1. Doing survey-research on mobile devices 2. Methodology of panel studies and 3. The statistical estimation of data quality in surveys. Peter... Read more
dr. Daniel Oberski
Associate Professor
My research focuses on the problem of measurement in the social sciences. To draw accurate substantive conclusions, social scientists need to measure human behaviour and opinions reliably and validly. Where this ideal is unattainable, the extent of the problem should... Read more
Bella Struminskaya
Assistant Professor
Bella is an assistant professor in methods and statistics. Her research focuses on the design and implementation of mixed-mode and smartphone surveys. She has published on various aspects of data quality, nonresponse and measurement error, including panel conditioning and device... Read more
Vera Toepoel
Assistant Professor
Vera Toepoel is an assistant professor in survey methodology. Her research interest lie in everything related to survey methodology and online surveys in particular: from recruiting respondents, designing the survey instrument, correcting for bias etc. Current topics include data chunking... Read more