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Dr. Julian Aichholzer: Desired personality traits in politicians (Talk in Englisch). 19.02. B2,8 (right) Mannheim, 1.00pm.

Prof. Dr. Liz Zechmeister:"Vote Buying, Norms, and Trust in Elections", 3.12., B2,1, Mannheim, 11am.

Jon Krosnick: "An Innovative Survey Approach to Gauging the Impact of Racism on the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election ," 31.10. Universität Mannheim, Raum B244, A5, 6 - jointly organised by GESIS, the Chair for Political Science, Data Science and the SFB884 (University of Mannheim)

Antje Rosebrock und Malte Schierholz: Berufskodierung im Interview," 8.10.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (right), 1pm.

Zoltan Fazekas: "Similar Citizen Portrayals? Exclusionary Media Populism in Tabloids and Broadsheets," 12.9.2019. Mannheim, B2,1, 1pm.

Achim Goerres: "Measurement Problem or Incomplete Political Integration? Analysing Patterns of Missing Values on Key Electoral Variables among Russian Germans and Germans of Turkish Descent in the Immigrant German Election Study," 2.7.2019. Mannheim, B2,8(right), 1pm.

Ruth Dassoneville: "Left-wing women and right-wing men? The Ideological gender gap over time," 26.6.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (left), 10:30am.

Markus Wagner: "Affective polarization in multiparty systems," 9.5.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (right), 1pm

Ineke Stoop: "Known knowns, known unknowns, and unknown unknowns about survey research," 3.4.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (right), 10:30am.

Christopher Starke: "The Social Glue of the EU? The Effects of Media Identity Framing on Individual European Solidarity," 2.4.2019. Köln, Konferenzraum (Ost), 1pm.

Timothy Johnson: "Examining Cultural Differences in Question Comprehension using Latent Variable Models," 26.3.2019. Mannheim, B2,1, 1pm.

Anne Elevelt: "Smartphone - Only Time Use Research: Nonresponse (Bias) and the Usefulness of GPS Locations," 26.2.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (left), 1pm.

Ben Roberts: "Incomparable gains: Conducting survey research in South Africa in national and cross-national perspective," 21.2.2019. Mannheim, B2,8 (right), 10:30am.

Eric Gunterman: "Following the Coalition? Coalitions and Policy Preferences in Germany," 24.1.2019. Mannheim, B2,1. 1pm.

Katrin Auspurg: "Werden Frauen in der Wissenschaft bevorteilt? Ergebnisse aktueller Studien zu Berufungsverfahren", 29.11.2018,  Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1pm.

Lena Zimmer: "Geschlechtsspezifische Ungleichheiten auf dem Karriereweg der Juniorprofessur", 29.11.2018,  Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 2pm.

Mark Franklin: "MEDem - monitoring electoral democracy: a proposed infrastructure: Why? When? How?", 28.11.2018. Köln.

Joseph Sakshaug: "Blending Probability and Nonprobability Samples for Survey Inference", 26.09.2018,  Mannheim (B2, 8), 1pm.

Florian Keusch: "Using Smartphone Technology for research on refugees in Germany", 18.09.2018, Mannheim (B2, 8), 1pm.

Stephanie Eckman: "Passive Data to Supplement Survey Data", 28.09.2018,  Mannheim (B2, 8), 1pm.

Diana Maynard: "Using language to save the world: Information extraction tools for social media and medical data analysis", 27.07.2018, Köln (Konferenzraum West I), 10am.

Don Dillman: "The Worldwide Challenge of Developing and Using Web-Push Methods for Conducting Household Surveys", 04.06.2018, Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Paul Walter: "Berechnung von Armutsgefährdungsquoten und Ungleichheitsindikatoren aus gruppierten Daten", 29.05.2018, Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Lori Wilkinson: "“Is this called home?” Resettlement of refugee children and youth in Canada", 26.04.2018, Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Uta Liebeskind: "Erfolgsbias in Datenbeständen der empirischen Bildungsforschung? Eine Analyse auf Basis der NEPS-Daten", 11.04.2018, Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Bella Struminskaya: "Augmenting surveys: willingness and consent to participation in additional tasks and mobile tracking studies", 22.03.2018, Mannheim (B2,8), 3pm.

Limor Peer: "Making Social Science More Reproducible (Starting with Data Curation and Code Review)", 13.03.2018, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1pm.

Markus Steinbrecher: "Cold War Revisited: Germany and the Renaissance of alliance defense", 06.03.2018, GESIS Mannheim (B2,1), 1pm.

Thorsten Faas: "Televised Debates, Second Screen, Filter Bubbles: Evidence from a German Lab and Survey Experiment", 28.02.2018, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Daniel D. Schnitzlein: "The relationship between trust, cognitive abilities, and democracy:Evidence from 30 countries around the world", 20.02.2018, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Berthold Rittberger: "Why didn’t anyone tell me this? An idiosyncratic guide to journal publishing
and being an academic citizen
", 06.02.2018, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1pm.

Felix Schönbrodt: "Open Science as an answer to science's credibility crisis", 05.12.2017, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1pm.

Peter Valet: "Umfragedaten vs. administrative Daten: Wie beeinflussen Item-Nonresponse, ungenaue Angaben und Erhebungsmodus Schlussfolgerungen zur Ungleichheit von Brutto-Einkommen?", 04.12.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2, 8 right), 1pm.

Channah Herschberg: "The Peril of Potential: Gender Practices in the Recruitment and Selection of Early-Career Researchers", 21.11.2017, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Jan Karem Höhne: "Question Format, Response Effort, and Response Quality: A Methodological Comparison of Agree/Disagree and Item-Specific Questions", 13.11.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2, 8 right), 1pm.

David Kaplan: "A Brief Introduction to Bayesian Statistics for Social Survey Analysis", 08.11.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2, 8 left), 1pm.

Seung-Un Cha: "Never Enough Sleep in Middle-age?: Decade Trends of Gender Gap in Sleep Hour based on Korean Time Use Survey", 11.07.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1pm.

Hans-Peter Blossfeld: "Nehmen die Chancen beim Berufseinstieg und in der Berufskarriere im Strukturwandel tatsächlich ab? Eine Längsschnittanalyse der Entwicklung von 1945–2008", 04.07.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2,1), 1pm.

Brady T. West: "New Directions for Extending Research on Interviewer Effects in Surveys", 12.06.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8), 1pm.

Christian Hunkler: "Lost Potentials: The Rights and Lives of the Excluded", 04.04.2017, GESIS Mannheim (B2,1), 1:45pm.

Jon Krosnick: "Are Elections in America Unfair? Exploring the Impact of Candidate Name Order", 30.03.2017, 3pm, jointly organized by GESIS and MZES, University of Mannheim, Mannheim MZES, A5,6 (Raum A231)

Tobias Stark: "Collecting Data of Whole and Ego-Centered Networks", 08.03.2017, bei GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1pm.

Elisabeth Liebau: "IAB-BAMF-SOEP-Befragung Geflüchteter in Deutschland- Diskussion am Beispiel der Studie ReGES", 07.03.2017 bei GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 left), 1:45pm.

Gisela Will: "Herausforderung der quantitative Befragung von Geflüchteten - Diskussion am Beispiel der Studie ReGES", 07.02.2017 bei GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Ulrich Herb: "Open Science in den Sozialwissenschaften und der Soziologie"
24.01.2017, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Kathrin Zippel: "Passport to Global Science: Gender and International Research Collaborations",
12.12.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Kai Geschuhn: "Open Access 2020 – The Final Road to Open Access",
06.12.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Nicolas Merz: "The Manifesto Corpus - a Digital Corpus of Electoral Programs",
01.12.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Fons J. R. van de Vijver: "Response Styles Across Cultures: What Do We Know?",
23.11.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Marco Tullney: "Herausforderungen der Open-Access-Transformation",
08.11.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Kristen Miller: "Cognitive Interviewing Methodology to Examine Survey Question Comparability",
27.10.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Nataliya Reshestova: "Ethno-Linguistic effects on the Satisfaction with Democracy in Ukraine",
25.10.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45 pm.

Christoph Bruch: "Das Zweitveröffentlichungsrecht im deutschen Urheberrecht",
13.10.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

John Aldrich: "Estimating the Effects of Institutions on Behavior: Correcting for Selection Effects Using CSES Data", 
11.10.2016, Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Fabian Ochsenfeld: "Preferences, Constraints, and the Process of Sex Segregation in College Majors: A Choice Analysis", 
04.10.2016, Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Ruth Ditlmann: "When do elected officials help immigrants become citizens? Answers from a field experiment in Germany", 
27.09.2016, Mannheim (B2,8 left), 1:45pm.

Catherine Bolzendahl: "Measuring Women’s Political Empowerment across the Globe: Strategies, Challenges and Future Research", 
06.07.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Theresa Büchler: "Structure of the education system and educational inequality", 
05.07.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Irene Pimminger: "Wie Gleichstellung messen? Konzeptionelle Grundlagen zur Operationalisierung von Geschlechtergerechtigkeit", 
22.06.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum West II), 1:45pm.

Holger Döring:  "Party Facts: A new platform for collaborative data collection and a global mapping of party system evolution", 
14.06.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Alexander Schmidt-Catran „Immigration and Welfare Support in Germany“
07.06.2016, GESIS Mannheim ( B2,1), 1:45pm.

Tenko Raykov „On Latent Change Model Choice in Longitudinal Studies“
01.06.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Roberto Stefan Foa “The Return of Secularization: New Data and Evidence”
31.05.2016, GESIS Köln (Konferenzraum Ost), 1:45pm.

Jon Krosnick „Can Surveys Measure Informed Public Preferences Regarding Government Policies? An Evaluation of the Contingent Valuation Method“
06.05.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Mark Trappmann „Item Sum: A New Technique for Asking Quantitative Sensitive Questions“
03.05.2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,1) 1:45pm.

Daniela Rohrbach-Schmidt „Premature dissolutions of apprenticeship contracts in the German dual system“
19.04.2016 GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right), 1:45pm.

Barry Schouten „Does balancing survey response reduce nonresponse bias?“
18. April 2016, GESIS Mannheim (B2,1), 1:45pm.

Ludger Wößmann: „The Political Economy of Education Policy: Results from the Ifo Education Survey“
01.03.2016, 13:45 Uhr, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right)

Jennifer Sinibaldi: "The Effect of Rest Period on Response Likelihood"
19.02.2016, 13:45 Uhr, GESIS Mannheim (KB2,1)

David Schiefer: "Studying life circumstances of refugees in Germany: A feasibility analysis"
02.02.2016, 13.45 Uhr, GESIS Mannheim (B2,8 right)

Tenko Raykov
"Maximal Reliability or Composite Reliability: A Simple Method for Examining Their Difference With Unidimensional Scales"

Vincenzo Bollettino
"Building community-based disaster resilience by improving grassroots preparedness and response"

Frauke Kreuter 
"Big Data in Survey Research and Official Statistics"

Roger Tourangeau 
"Nonresponse Bias: Three Paradoxes"

Brad Edwards 
"Survey Operations Management: Monitoring Production, Cost, and Quality"

PD Brian Kleiner
"FORSbase and SMTlite: new tools for a new age"

 Dr. Nikos Askitas 
"Internet Data in the Social Sciences"

PD Dr. Simon Hegelich 
"Social Botnets im Ukraine-Konflikt"

Elica Krajčeva
"Translation Design and Linguistic Quality Assurance in Multilingual Data Collection Instruments: Theory and Practice Meet" 

Prof. Dr. Katrin Auspurg
"The vagaries of the vignette world revisited: Method effects in factorial surveys“

Dr. Christiane Gross
Geschlechtsspezifische Berufungschancen von Habilitierten

Dr. Ingeborg Jahn
Geschlechtergerechte und geschlechtersensible Forschung – das Beispiel Gesundheitsforschung
3.6. 2015

Christopher Parker
Identifying the Roots of the Reactionary Right: A Comparative Perspective
2.6. 2015

Dr. Evelyn Bytzek 
Election promises and political trust

Prof. Dr. Tenko Raykov 
Measurement invariance in longitudinal social and behavioral research
28.5. 2015

Prof. Nicholas J. Belkin 
Usefulness as the Evaluation Criterion for Interactive Information Retrieval
26.5. 2015

Simon Munzert
Measuring political knowledge in web-based surveys: An experimental validation of visual versus verbal instruments

Prof. Peter Lugtig
Attrition in panel surveys

Prof. Joachim Winter
Panel Conditioning

Johannes Bauer
Selection Errors of Random Route Samples

Prof. Tenko Raykov
How to Shorten Multi-Components Measuring Instruments? – A Method Based on Latent Variable Modeling

Dr. David Richter
SOEP Innovations Panel

Dr. Thomas Krichel
Adapting the Ernad system for sowiport

Dr. Jonas Bertling
Anchoring Vignettes

Stefan Bender
Linking mit Erwerbsstatistiken

Prof. Anabel Quan Haase
Serendipity and Search in Digital Environments: Design Features and User Preferences

Dr. Peter Kruyen
What’s wrong with manipulating test length?

Prof. Olaf Köller
Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Kompetenzen von Jugendlichen in der beruflichen Erstausbildung

Prof. Dr. Frank Spinath 
TWINLIFE - Eine genetische Längsschnittstudie zu sozialer Ungleichheit und Lebenschancen 

Dr. Döhling-Wölm
"Überleben an der Spitze" - Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler in Spitzenpositionen der Wissenschaft

Michael Weinhardt
Durchführung einer nachgelagerten Betriebsbefragung im Rahmen des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels (SOEP-LEE)

Prof. Dr. Matthias Schonlau
Semi-automated categorization of open-ended questions

Ahu Alanya
Multiple Imputation: A better alternative to Propensity Score Weighting in Unit Nonresponse Adjustment?
(03 December 2013)

Dr. Katja Scharenberg
Transitionen von der Erstausbildung ins Erwerbsleben – Ziele, Ergebnisse und Herausforderungen des Schweizer Übergangspanels TREE
(12 November 2013)

Mark Dang-Anh
Mediatisierte politische Kommunikation: Twitter im Wahlkampf – Methoden und Ergebnisse des DFG-Forschungsprojekts „Deliberation im Netz“
(23 July 2013)

Diana Zavala Rojas
Measurement error, quality of survey questions and the software SQP
(25 June 2013)

Dr. Rainer Frietsch
Vergleich der beiden bibliometrischen Datenbanken Web of Science und Scopus
(4 June 2013)

Prof. Dr. Andrea D. Bührmann
Un/gleich besser - Zur Dialektik von Forschung und Praxis im Umgang mit Diversität
(2 May 2013)

Prof. Dr. Eldad Davidov, Dr. Jan Cieciuch
Cross-cultural equivalence tests of the new values measurement instrument PVQ5X
(12 March 2013)

Dr. Boris Traue
Neuer Kontinent oder Alltagsmedium? Ansätze und Potentiale qualitativer Forschung „im” und „mit dem” Internet
(5 March 2013) 

Dr. Nikos Askitas
Enabling Computing against any data from everywhere with JoSuA
(5 February 2013) 

Prof. Dr. Christoph Neuberger
Analyse von Diskursen im Internet
(18 January 2013)

Darina Peycheva
The Self-Assessment as a Method for Survey Quality Assessment
(11 December 2012)

Dr. Sandra Beaufays
Wissenschaftliche Lebensführung als distinktive Praxis
(29  November 2012)

Prof. Dr. Susanne Rässler
Synthetische Datensätze
(6 November 2012)

Fabian Pfeffer, PhD
Education’s Role in Social Class Mobility
(25 September 2012)

Aigul Mavletova, PhD
Data Quality in Mobile Web Surveys
(03 July 2012)

Satoshi Miwa
Intergenerational Class Mobility and Late-Industrialization
(12 June 2012)

Prof. Dr. Öztas Ayhan
Estimation of Response Errors in Complex Sample Surveys
(8 May 2012)

Prof. Dr. Elmar Brähler
Rechtsextreme Einstellungen in Deutschland - Ergebnisse einer repräsentativen Befragung 2010 im Vergleich zu 2002, 2004, 2006 und 2008
(25 January 2012)