Jonathan Eggleston

Jonathan Eggleston: Does Encouraging Record Use for Financial Assets Improve Data Accuracy? Evidence from Administrative Data

Jonathan Eggleston, Economist at the U.S. Census Bureau Friday, April 21st 12-1pm 398 New Cabell Hall Lunch Does Encouraging Record Use for Financial Assets Improve Data Accuracy? Evidence from Administrative Data Abstract Many surveys ask respondents to look at financial records in order to improve data accuracy. However, the assumption that record use reduces measurement error…

Tom Guterbock Modeling the Costs of RDD Telephone Interviewing in the United States

Tom Guterbock: Modeling the Costs of RDD Telephone Interviewing in the United States

Lunch will be provided Fri, Feb 24 12:00—1:00 New Cabell 398 This talk will describe a way of decomposing the per-interview cost of telephone interview data collection into distinct components. We will first review recent work by Dutwin and Lavrakas that probes the recent declines in telephone response rates and the associated increases in telephone…

Spring Seminar: Data Gathering Methodology Study Group “Generalized Structured Component Analysis”

Announcing the first in our Spring series: The Data Gathering Methodology Study Group We will meet on: Friday, February 5, 2016 12:00-1:00 pm Wilson Hall Room 134 Lunch will be provided. Generalized Structured Component Analysis presented by Ji Hoon Ryoo, Ph.D. Department of Educational Leadership, Foundations, and Policy We would love to have you join…