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Advances in Longitudinal Survey Methodology

Lynn, Peter (Herausgeber)

Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics

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1. Auflage April 2021
544 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-37693-4
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the many advances that have been made in the field of longitudinal survey methodology over the past twelve years, as well as slightly extending the topic coverage of the earlier volume, "Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys." As such, it describes the state of the art in designing, implementing, and analysing longitudinal surveys.

The greatly expanded enthusiasm for longitudinal surveys has brought with it a thirst for knowledge about the best ways to design and implement such surveys. Considerable advances in knowledge have been made in recent years in areas that are covered in this book that encompasses all stages of the design and implementation of longitudinal surveys.

Topics include:
* Dynamic sampling for the representation of dynamic populations;
* Methods for tracking mobile sample members over time;
* Methods for maintaining co-operation over time;
* Targeted design features for response maximisation;
* The use of longitudinal survey paradata for field management;
* Advances in dependent interviewing techniques;

This book is an invaluable resource providing deeper insight into longitudinal surveys.

List of contributors

Preface by Peter Lynn

About the companion website

1. Refreshment Sampling for Longitudinal Surveys

Nicole Watson and Peter Lynn

2. Collecting Biomarker Data in Longitudinal Surveys

Meena Kumari and Michaela Benzeval

3. Innovations in Participant Engagement and Tracking in Longitudinal Surveys

Lisa Calderwood, Matt Brown, Emily Gilbert and Erica Wong

4. Effects on Panel Attrition and Fieldwork Outcomes from Selection for a Supplemental Study: Evidence from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics

Narayan Sastry, Paula Fomby and Katherine A. McGonagle

5. The Effects of Biological Data Collection in Longitudinal Surveys on Subsequent Wave Co-operation

Fiona Pashazadeh, Alexandru Cernat and Joseph W. Sakshaug

6. Understanding Data Linkage Consent in Longitudinal Surveys

Annette Jäckle, Kelsey Beninger, Jonathan Burton and Mick P. Couper

7. Determinants of Consent to Administrative Records Linkage in longitudinal Surveys: Evidence from Next Steps

Darina Peycheva, George Ploubidis and Lisa Calderwood

8. Consent to Data Linkage: Experimental Evidence from an Online Panel

Ben Edwards and Nicholas Biddle

9. Mixing Modes in Household Panel Surveys: Recent Developments and New Findings

Marieke Voorpostel, Oliver Lipps and Caroline Roberts

10. Estimating the Measurement Effects of Mixed Modes in Longitudinal Studies: Current Practice and Issues

Alexandru Cernat and Joseph W. Sakshaug

11. Measuring Cognition in a Multi-mode Context

Mary Beth Ofstedal, Colleen A. McClain and Mick P. Couper

12. Panel conditioning: Types, causes and empirical evidence of what we know so far

Bella Struminskaya and Michael Bosnjak

13. Interviewer Effects in Panel Surveys

Simon Kühne and Martin Kroh

14. Improving Survey Measurement of Household Finances: A Review of New Data Sources and Technologies

Annette Jäckle, Mick P. Couper, Alessandra Gaia and Carli Lessof

15. How to Pop the Question? Interviewer and Respondent Behaviours when Measuring Change with Dependent Interviewing

Annette Jäckle, Tarek Al Baghal, Stephanie Eckman and Emanuela Sala

16. Assessing Discontinuities and Rotation Group Bias in Rotating Panel Designs

Jan A. van den Brakel, Paul A. Smith, Duncan Elliott, Sabine Krieg, Timo Schmid and Nikos Tzavidis

17. Proper Multiple Imputation of Clustered or Panel Data

Martin Spiess, Kristian Kleinke and Jost Reinecke

18. Issues in Weighting for Longitudinal Surveys

Peter Lynn and Nicole Watson

19. Small-Area Estimation of Cross-Classified Gross Flows Using Longitudinal Survey Data

Yves Thibaudeau, Eric Slud and Yang Cheng

20. Non-Parametric Estimation for Longitudinal Data with Informative Missingness

Zahoor Ahmad and Li-Chun Zhang
Peter Lynn is Professor of Survey Methodology and Director of the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Essex, UK. ISER is one of the leading research centres in the world for longitudinal survey methods and Professor Lynn has headed the survey methods programme at ISER since he joined Essex in 2001. Professor Lynn has published more than 60 articles on survey methods topics in top scientific journals, mostly on topics specific to longitudinal surveys, in addition to numerous book chapters, reports and other articles. He is Editor of the 2009 Wiley book, Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys, to which the current book is intended as a sequel, as well as the 2015 Routledge book, Improving Survey Methods. Professor Lynn has worked in the field of survey methods for over 30 years and has specialised in longitudinal surveys for more than half of that time. He is currently co-investigator of Understanding Society: the UK Longitudinal Household Study, a major data resource in which the UK Economic and Social Research Council has to date invested nearly £100M, and is past President of the International Association of Survey Statisticians. He has extensive editorial experience with both books and journals and in 2005 was the founding editor of Survey Research Methods, which is now one of the leading journals in the field. His full CV can be found at www.iser.essex.ac.uk/people/plynn.

P. Lynn, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, UK