Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
June 1, 2021
'Advances in Longitudinal Survey Methodology' delivers a thorough review of the most current knowledge in the implementation of longitudinal surveys. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the many advances that have been made in the field of longitudinal survey methodology over the past fifteen years, as well as extending the topic coverage of the earlier volume, “Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys”, published in 2009. This new edited volume covers subjects like dependent interviewing, interviewer effects, panel conditioning, rotation group bias, measurement of cognition, and weighting.
New chapters discussing the recent shift to mixed-mode data collection and obtaining respondents’ consent to data linkage add to the book’s relevance to students and social scientists seeking to understand modern challenges facing data collectors today.