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The Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM) at the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona (Spain) is happy to announce the fourth edition of the Barcelona RECSM Summer School in Survey Methodology.

The Barcelona RECSM Summer School in Survey Methodology is a two-week intensive program covering diverse topics on survey methodology and advanced statistical analysis of survey data. Participants can create their own program choosing from 12 courses covering different topics.


FIRST WEEK (JUNE 26-30):

Latent trait and latent class analysis for cross-national surveys (12h) - Irini Moustaki; Social media research/Big data (12h) - Pablo Barberá; Applied Bayesian modelling for social sciences (12h) - Xavier Fernández-i-Marín; Dealing with missing data in regression models (8h) - Gerko Vink; Implementing high-quality web surveys (8h) - Katja Lozar-Manfreda; Correction for measurement errors (8h) - Diana Zavala-Rojas.

SECOND WEEK (JULY 3-7):

Practical multilevel modelling (12h) - Leonardo Grilli & Carla Rampichini; Probability sampling methods (12h) - Tarek Al Baghal; Panel data modelling (12h) - Anja Neundorf; Analyzing comparative longitudinal survey data using multilevel models (8h) – Malcom Fairbrother; Survey experiments (8h) - Thomas J. Leeper; Questionnaire designs (8h) - Mélanie Revilla.


This year we will also offer two introductory courses on the software Stata and R.


All courses are taught in English by leading experts.


For more info and registration: https://eventum.upf.edu/event_detail/7273/detail/barcelona-summer-school-in-survey-methodology-2017.html

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