ITSEW 2010

Sunday, June 13, 2010 - 6:00pm to Thursday, June 17, 2010 - 12:59pm

The theme of the 2010 International Total Survey Error Workshop is The Ongoing Evolution of Survey Methodology and the Impact on Total Survey Error.

ITSEW 2010 is co-sponsored by NISS, RTI International, and Westat, Inc., and is ARA eligible!

Schedule for 2010 Workshop:
Registration and Dinner: Sunday evening, June 13, 2010 (specific time TBD)
Workshop meetings: Monday AM, June 14 - mid-day Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Program Committee: Paul Biemer (RTI), Fred Conrad (Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan), Edith de Leeuw (Utrecht University), David Dolson (Statistics Canada), Brad Edwards (Westat, co-chair), Wendy Hicks (Westat, co-chair), Alan Karr (NISS), Lars Lyberg (Statistics Sweden), Andy Peytchev (RTI)

ITSEW 2010 Program

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

6:00-8:00pm Welcoming Remarks and Dinner


Monday, June 14, 2010

7:00-8:00 a.m. Breakfast
8:00-10:20 Session 1: Mode, Nonresponse and Measurement Error
Chair: Wendy Hicks
  Mode Effect or Question Wording? Source of Measurement Error in Mixed Mode Surveys
Joop Hox, Edith de Leeuw, Annette Scherpenzeel, Stephanie Stam, Robbert Zandvliet
  Measurement Differences Between Internet and Mail in Mixed-Mode Surveys
Don A. Dillman, Benjamin Messer and Morgan M. Millar
  Nonresponse Error, Measurement Error and Mode of Data Collection: Tradeoffs in a Multi-Mode Survey
Joseph W. Sakshaug, Ting Yan and Roger Tourangeau
  Comparison of Estimates from an Address-Based Mail Survey and a RDD Telephone Survey
David Cantor, and Brett McBride
  Elaborated Evaluation of Mode Effect in Mixed Mode Data
Jorre Vannieuwenhuyze and Geert Loosveldt
10:20-10:35 Break
10:35-12:00 Session 2: Assessing the Quality of Response
Chair: Brad Edwards
  Wireless Household in the U.S.: Estimates from the Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey
Brian Meekins, Scott Fricker and Clyde Tucker
  Far Off or Close By? Validating German SHARE Data with Administrative Records
Julie Korbmacher and Mathis Schröder
  Errors in the Reporting of Activities on the American Time Use Survey
Kathy Downey, Brian Meekins and Scott Fricker
12:15-1:30pm Lunch
1:45-3:15 Session 3: Using Operational Data in Evaluating Measurement and Nonresponse Error
Chair: David Dolson
  Response representativeness, proxy report and measurement error in the LFS
Barry Schouten and Kasper Leufkens
  Burden and Loss: The Role of Panel Survey Record Keeping in Self-report Quality and Nonresponse
Ryan Hubbard and Brad Edwards
  Unobserved Common Causes of Measurement and Nonresponse Error on the 2008 ANES Panel Survey
Caroline Roberts, Patrick Sturgis and Nick Allum
3:15-3:30 Break
3:30-5:00 Session 4: The Role of Interviewers in Survey Error
Chair: Wendy Hicks
  Neighborhood Characteristics and Participation in Household Surveys
Caroline Casas-Cordero Valencia
  How Much of Interviewer Variance is Really Nonresponse Error Variance
Brady T. West and Kristen Olson
  Comparing the Influence Factors of Nonresponse Between Landline and Cell Phone Survey in China
Yan Jiang
5:30-7:00 Poster Presentations and Social
Hosted by Westat and NISS
  The Concept of a "95% Confidence Envelope" of a Total Load Curve Estimation by Survey Sampling
Alain Dessertaine
  Variance Estimation in a Systematic Sampling Design (SYS) with Repetition Proportional to the Size
Jean-Marie Dawagne and Robert Milano
  High Dimension Multiple Imputation: Missing Blood Glucose Values in the Epidemiology of Diabetes Interventions and Complications Study
Michael D. Larsen and John M. Lachlin
  Improving Data Quality through Audio and Image Recording
M. Rita Thissen, Sherry Thorpe, Emilia Peytcheva, Candice Barnes, Hyunjoo Park and Carl Fisher
  The Pros and Cons of an Effective Recruitment Question for a Cell Phone Panel Survey
Marek Fuchs
  Measurement Error in Dual Frame Estimation
Lynne Stokes and Dong Lin
7:00-8:00 Dinner


Tuesday, June 15, 2010

7:15-8:00 Breakfast
8:00-10:00 Session 5: Statistical Approaches for Assessing and Reducing Error Components
Chair: Paul Biemer
  Correcting for Common Causes of Nonresponse and Measurement Error in Surveys
Andy Peytchev
  An Assessment of the Impact of Two Distinct Survey Design Modification on Insurance Coverage Estimates in a National Health Care Survey
Steven B. Cohen, Trena Ezzati-Rice and Marc Zodet
  Assessing Nonresponse Bias and Measurement Error Using Statistical Matching
John Dixon
  Evaluation of Multiple Components of Error in the Collection and Integration of Survey and Administrative Record Data
John Eltinge
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-11:45 Session 6: Survey Design, Survey Error
Chair: Edith de Leeuw
  Collection Research for Household Surveys at Statistics Canada
Hélène Bérard, Milana Karaganis, François Laflamme
  Does Inclusion of Both Partial and Complete Interviews from the Source Sampling Frame Have an Effect on Nonresponse Error and Measurement Error in a National Health Survey
Trena Ezzati-Rice, Frederick Rohde, and Steven B. Cohen
  Examining the Trade Off Between Sampling and Nonresponse Error in a Targeted Nonresponse Follow-up; (short paper)
Sarah Tipping, Jennifer Sinibaldi
12:00-1:15 Lunch
1:30-3:30 Session 7: Decomposing Error in Surveys and the Census
Chair: Andy Peytchev
  To Misreport or Not to Report? The case of the Italian Survey on Household Income and Wealth
Andrea Neri and M. Giovanna Ranalli
  The Structure of Error Components in 2010 Census Coverage Error Estimation
Mary H. Mulry and Bruce D. Spencer
  Using Multiple Methods to Reduce Errors in Survey Estimation: The Case of US Farm Numbers
Jaki S. McCarthy, Denise Abreu, Mark Apodaca, Leslee Lohrenz
  Improvements to Economic Survey Methodology in Order to Reduce the Amount of Revisions to Published Estimations
François Brisebois
3:30-6:00 Break
6:00-9:00 Dinner

Old Dogs, New Tricks: Survey Innovations to Reduce Measurement Error
Brad Edwards, Wendy Hicks and Michelle Carlson

"Open Mike" led by Paul Biemer


Wednesday, June 16, 2010

7:30-8:30 Breakfast
8:30-10:00 Session 8: The Total Survey Error Concept - Continuing the Evolution
Chair: Brian Harris-Kojetin
  Rethinking Leverage Saliency Theory and Causes of Survey Error: Integrating Emotions, Mood and Affect into Theory of Nonresponse and Measurement Error
Matt Jans and Rachel Levenstein
  International Standards for Survey Quality
Paul Biemer and Lars Lyberg
  Course Development: Optimal Adaptive Survey Design
Lars Lyberg, Frauke Kreuter, James Wagner
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 Session 10: Wrap-up of ITSEW 2010 and Planning for ITSEW 2011
Chair: David Dolson

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