Presentation Title Presenter(s)/Author(s)
Framework to assess the “maximum” expected response rate for different survey designs and field conditions François Laflamme
Sylvie Bonhomme
LANGUAGE TO INTERVIEW – COMPARABILITY IN A MULTILINGUAL CONTEXT Anna Andeenkova
Methodological approach for the development of equivalent rating scales for comparative cross-national surveys Anna Andeenkova
Natalja Menold
The European working conditions survey series Agnès Parent-Thirion
Design Effects in a Geo-sampling Design Jennifer Unangst
Jeniffer Iriondo-Perez
Dr. Safaa Amer
Overview of 3 Qualitative Census Research Projects on Race and Tribal Enrollment Questions with American Indian/Alaska Native populations: American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Latin American Indigenous Immigrants Laurie Schwede
Rodney Terry
Aleia Clark Fobia
Leticia Fernandez
Challenges & Lessons-learned from conducting CAPI training – a national household panel survey in Ghana Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin
Using paradata to monitor interviewers’ instrument navigation behavior and inform instrument technical design: A case study from a national household survey in Ghana Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin
Kyle Kwaiser
Gina-Qian Cheung
Jennifer Kelley
Interviewer monitoring in the Saudi National Mental Health Survey (SNMHS) Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin
Zeina N. Mneimneh
Best practices of panel retention and tracking – Lessons learned from international case studies Yu-chieh (Jay) Lin
Zeina N. Mneimneh
Qualitative Research on Questions of Race, Tribe Identification, and Tribal Enrollment for Multicultural American Indians Rodney L. Terry
Leticia Fernandez
Laurie Schwede
Aleia Clark Fobia
Exploring Drivers of Acquiescent Responding Among Ethnically Diverse Latino Telephone Survey Respondents Sunghee Lee,
Tim Johnson
Ligia Reyes
Chris Werner
Jim Thrasher
Ken Resnicow
Fred Conrad
Karen Peterson
Too Much or Not Enough? Assessing Quality with Weighting Data in Cross-sectional SurveysInsights from the European Values Survey Frédéric GONTHIER
FROM MIXED METHODS TO INDICATORS: COMPARISON OF URBAN AREAS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Farah Purwaningrum
Dependence of Reported Height and Weight on Interviewers’ Characteristics Hayk Gyuzalyan
FACING THE FUTURE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR CROSSNATIONAL SURVEYS: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE Dr. Rory Fitzgerald
Translation, wording, question design, survey design: an empirical exploration of different challenges to the comparability of international survey data Michèle Ernst Stähli
Facebook advert isement s for crosscultura l survey recruitment : Insights from the 46-country World Relationships Study Robert Thomson
Masaki Yuki
2016 THE COLLECTION OF BIOMEASURES IN CROSS-NATIONAL STUDIES USING THE EXAMPLE OF DRIED BLOOD SPOTS IN SHARE Joseph W. Sakshaug
Luzia M. Weiss
Six cost-effective modules for improving master questionnaire prior to translation and adaptation Musab Hayatli
Manuel Souto Pico
TREND MEASUREMENT IN INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENT SURVEYS  
Cross-National Variation in Device Effects Between Smartphone and Computer-based Web Surveys Curtiss L. Cobb III
Design effect in small-scale anthropometric surveys: what parameters influence design effect, and how does this impact survey design? Erin N. Hulland
Curtis J. Blanton
Eva Z. Leidman
Oleg O. Bilukha
Cross-Cultural Comparability of Response Patterns of Subjective Probability Questions Sunghee Lee
Florian Keusch
Norbert Schwarz
MingnanLiu
Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin
Measurement Quality of Agree/Disagree and Item- Specific Response Options Natalja Menold
Matthias Bluemke
Anna Andreenkova
Calibrating Cross-National Panel Surveys Laura Wronski
Mingnan Liu
Mixed-Mode Surveys: An Overview of Design, Estimation and Adjustment Methods and Empirical Applications Z. Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin
Edith D. de Leeuw
Richard Valliant
Steven G. Heeringa
Ana Villar
UNECE International Statistical Framework for Measuring Quality of Employment Christian Wingerter
Estimating and Adjusting for Cross-Cultural Differences in Acquiescent and Extreme Response Styles Mingnan Liu
Z. Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin
Sunghee Lee
Between Letter and Spirit: Testing Survey Translations with Spanish Speaking Respondents Ilana Ventura
Rene Bautista, Ph.D.
David Gleicher
Lisa Lee, Ph.D.
Samuel C. Haffer, Ph.D.
Paul Guerino
Effects of Field Interviewer GenSdmeor koin gDataf rom a Global Household Survey on Tobacco Use Jeremy Morton
Luhua Zhao
Krishna Palipudi
Setting up the Cognitive Interview Task for non-English Speaking Participants: Exploratory Research in the U.S. context Hyunjoo Park
Patricia Goerman
Improving Cross-national/cultural Comparability Using the Total Survey Error Paradigm Tom W. Smith
Total Survey Error and Survey Quality in Multinational, Multiregional, and Multicultural (3MC) Surveys Beth-Ellen Pennell
Kristen Cibelli Hibben (presenting author)
Lars Lyberg
Peter Mohler
Gelaye Worku
Word frequency effect and response quality: A comparison of four questionnaire versions on a web panel Ana Slavec
Vasja Vehovar
Cross-National Comparison on Measurement Quality of Response Scales Pei-shan Liao
Willem E. Saris
Diana Zavala-Rojas
Collecting rich paradata to monitor data collection quality Gina-Qian Cheung
Beth-Ellen Pennell
Answers to standardized questions: Recognizing “codable” answers and maintaining standardization and rapport” Nora Cate Schaeffer
Jennifer Dykema
Dana Garbarski
Collecting and using representative data of the German general public Michael Bosnjak
Facilitating multinational, multiregional and multicultural research  
LISS Panel: Collecting representative data for the Netherlands Marcel Das
UNDERSTANDING RACIAL/ETHNIC DIFFERENCES IN PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT Tianshu Zhao
Timothy P. Johnson
Advantages and Limitations of Documentation of a Survey Translation and Monitoring Process Dorothée Behr
Steve Dept
Elica Krajčeva
Explaining cross-national inequivalence A Bayesian Multilevel SEM approach Bart Meuleman
Elmar Schlüter
The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology Christoff Wolf
Dominique Joye
Tom W. Smith
Yang-chih Fu
ADAPTING THE AUSTRALIAN STANDARD CLASSIFICATION OF CULTURAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS (ASCCEG) FOR THE ESS Sarah Butt
Anthony Heath
Silke Schneider
The challenges and solutions of telephone interviewing in Africa, a view from the frontline Jain Dharmendra
Mariam Fagbeni
Hayk Gyuzalyan
Finding the Best Fit: A Comparison of CAWI Testing to CATI-Trended Data for General Population Research in Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland Gallup
THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL SURVEY’S EXPANDED FRAMEWORK FOR QUALITY ASSESSMENT Koen Beullens
Geert Loosveldt
Katrijn Denies
Third-party presence in multinational interviews: Determinants and implications in SHARE Galit Gordoni
Howard Litwin
Noam Damri
Does Corruption Reduce Political Trust? Testing Moderating Effects in Diverse Regime types with Multilevel SEM Irena Schneider
The Consumer Pyramids Survey Mahesh Vyas
Cross-national and cross-contextual analysis: controlling for sample composition and survey characteristics in comparative analysis Ahu Alanya
Femke De Keulenaer
Ethical Considerations in the Total Survey Error Context Julie de Jong
Examples, Instructions, and Belonging: Alaska Native Social Organization and the Race Question Aleia Clark Fobia
Laurel Schwede
Leticia Fernandez
Rodney Terry
Developing a mobile fieldwork management and monitoring system (FMMS) – Challenges of cross-national implementation Elena Sommer
Sarah Butt
Lennard Kuijten
Why every survey is a 3MC survey or What we should know about # what we could learn from comparative surveys Ineke Stoop
Interviewer/Respondent Interactions Yfke Ongena
Marieke Haan
Cross-Cultural Use of Behavior Coding: An Update Timothy P. Johnson
Allyson Holbrook
Young Ik Cho
Sharon Shavitt
Noel Chávez
Saul Weiner
CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARABILITY OF BEHAVIOR CODING Timothy P. Johnson
Allyson Holbrook
Young Ik Cho
Sharon Shavitt
Noel Chávez
Saul Weiner
International Program in Survey and Data Science Frauke Kreuter
Do Response Effects Generalize Across Countries? Henning Silber
Jon Krosnick
Tobias Stark
Annelies Blom
Language Differences between Interviewers and Respondents in Sub- Saharan African Surveys Charles Q. Lau
SMS Surveys in Africa Charles Q. Lau
Development of a coding platform MAURICE MARTENS
Telephone Sampling in the MENA: Issues and Advancements Carsten Broich
Mobile Data Collection and Reporting Across Multiple Developing African Countries Rick Mitchell
NON-RESPONSE IN THE 6TH EUROPEAN WORKING CONDITIONS SURVEY Aleksandra Wilzcynska
Gijs van Houten
Mathijn Wilkens
Between and Within Country Measurement Invariance Testing in a EU Comparative Research on School Dropout Ward Nouwen
LINKING AUXILIARY DATA TO SURVEY DATA ETHICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES IN EUROPE AND THE US Kirstine Kolsrud
Linn-Merethe Rød
Katrine Utaaker Segadal
When does adding a survey language make sense? Representation bias, response rates, and strategic considerations Michael Ochsner
Sven E. Hug
MULTINATIONAL EVENT HISTORY CALENDAR INTERVIEWING Yfke Ongena
Marieke Haan
Wil Dijkstra
Addressing Equivalence and Bias in Cross-Cultural Survey Research within a Mixed Methods Research Framework José-Luis Padilla
Isabel Benítez
Fons van de Vijver
What They Say and What They Do: Comparing Physical Activity Across US, UK, and The Netherlands Arie Kapteyn
JOB INSECURITY AND INDIVIDUAL WELL-BEING: MODERATION BY LABOUR MARKET POLICIES ACROSS EUROPEA MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS IN A CROSS-COUNTRY PERSPECTIVE  
Quantile Regression as a Tool for Cross-National and Comparative Survey Research ROBERT A. PETRIN
JOSEPH ZAPPA
MEGHANA RAJA
Assessing the feasibility of using SMS Surveys in Eastern Europe to conduct a cross-country comparison of attitudes with regard to Europe’s migration crisis Sara Gjoshevska
Carsten Broich
PREVENTING DIFFERENCES IN TRANSLATED SURVEY ITEMS USING SURVEY QUALITY PREDICTION (SQP 2.1) Diana Zavala-Rojas
Willem Saris
Irmtraud Gallhofer
SURVEY QUALITY PREDICTOR 2.1 Diana Zavala-Rojas
Survey at the crossroads: implementing electronic data collection on a large infrastructure survey in Kenya Sarah M. Hughes
The Use of SMS Pre-Notices for CATI Interviews and Their Impact on Response Rates and Non-Respondents by Age and Gender Gallup
‘What’s Past is Prologue’:The Origin, Development, and Forming of Cross-national, Survey Research Tom W. Smith
Managing translations for cross national surveys Maurice Martens
Translation methodology: Double revision Oscar Rivière
Understanding America Study Arie Kapteyn
Using Real-Time Algorithms to Improve Field Data Collection FINCA
Within-household selection of respondents: The last step of sampling in household surveys Achim Koch
Timothy P. Johnson
Comparing Scale Direction Effects among Hispanics vs Non-Hispanic Respondents Ting Yan
Mengyao Hu