Seminar

METODOLOGÍA DE LAS ENCUESTAS LONGITUDINALES/ LUZETARAKO INKESTEN METODOLOGIA/ LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS METHODOLOGY

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CONTENTS

  1. WHAT IS A LONGITUDINAL SURVEY?
    1. Strengths of longitudinal surveys
      • Data collection strengths
      • Analysis strengths
    2. Weakness of longitudinal surveys
      • Data collection weaknesses
      • Analysis weaknesses
    3. Survey error framework
  2. SURVEY DESIGN AND SAMPLE DESIGN FOR LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS
    1. Fixed panel
    2. Fixed panel plus “births”
    3. Repeated panel
    4. Rotating panel
    5. Split panel
    6. Differences between designs
    7. Representing “births”
      • Coverage of new entrants
      • Coverage of short-term entrants
  3. NON-RESPONSE AND ATTRITION IN LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS
    1. Components of non-response
      • Reasons for non-contact
      • Reasons for refusal
    2. Special features of non-response on longitudinal surveys
      • Non-contact
      • Refusals
    3. Non-response patterns on longitudinal surveys
  4. MEASUREMENT ERROR ON LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS
    1. Introduction to measurement error
    2. Measurement error in estimates of change
    3. Seam effects
    4. Methods for reducing measurement error in longitudinal surveys
      • Dependent interviewing
      • Calendar and related methods
  5. WEIGHTING AND IMPUTATION IN LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS
    1. Introduction to weighting
    2. Longitudinal weights
    3. Which combinations of waves?
    4. Which variables?
    5. Introduction to imputation
    6. Longitudinal imputation
    7. Revision of imputations
  6. REFERENCES
  7. LIST OF TABLES
    • Table 1: Perceived benefits and drawbacks of survey participation
    • Table 2: Measurement Error in a Categorical Variable
    • Table 3: True transition matrix
    • Table 4: Observed transition matrix, with measures subject to measurement error
    • Table 5: Income: reporting at wave t conditional upon reporting at wave t-1
    • Table 6: Income receipt indicators from administrative and survey data
    • Table 7: Characteristics of independent and reactive reporters of income sources
    • Table 8: Percentage reporting change in employment characteristics
    • Table 9: Socio-demographic correlates of the effect of dependent interviewing on estimates of change
    • Table 10: Study populations and samples
  8. LIST OF FIGURES
    • Figure 1: Survey Error Framework
    • Figure 2: Errors of Non-Observation
    • Figure 3: Fixed Panel Design
    • Figure 4: Fixed Panel Design plus “Births”
    • Figure 5: Repeated Panel Design
    • Figure 6: Rotating Panel Design: 1-1-1 Rotation Pattern
    • Figure 7: Rotating Panel Design: 1-1-0-0-1-1 Rotation Pattern
    • Figure 8: Split Panel Design
    • Figure 9: Sampling New Births
    • Figure 10: Possible wave response patterns under policy 1: all units at every wave
    • Figure 11: Possible wave response patterns under policy 2: wave 1 respondents at every wave
    • Figure 12: Possible wave response patterns under policy 3: previous wave respondents only
    • Figure 13: Wave response patterns on the England and Wales Youth Cohort Study, Cohort 5
    • Figure 14: An event History Calendar

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