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Why mixed modes are here to stay
Data collection

In a blog for CLOSER, Annette Jäckle explores the benefits of mixed mode data collection for longitudinal studies in addressing the triple challenges of falling response rates, increasing fieldwork costs, and a squeeze on the budgets available for long-term surveys.

Where does the money go?
Better household management

Dr Annette Jäckle, Professor Thomas Crossley and an international interdisciplinary team are working on a new ESRC/NCRM research project to develop new ways of collecting information on household finances

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