ISER survey experts present at Canada Methodology event

ISER’s Professor of Survey Methodology Peter Lynn, is the keynote speaker at the 2009 Statistics Canada Methodology Symposium this week. And ISER Director and former Survey Manager, Heather Laurie, has also been invited to present a paper on the transition from the British Household Panel Survey to Understanding Society.

The annual event, held this week Ottawa in October is one of the world’s leading regular survey methods events and is well-attended by government, academic and private-sector researchers from around the globe.

The International Methodology Symposium, which marked its 25th anniversary event this year, is entitled “Longitudinal Surveys: from Design to Analysis”. Topics to be covered will range from sampling frames and data collection methods, through measurement errors, attrition and non response, to longitudinal analysis methods.


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