Free workshop on “Tackling survey non-response: the role of geo-coded auxiliary data”, London
The ADDResponse Project is holding a workshop on “Tackling survey non-response: The role of geo-coded auxiliary data” in the London Art House on Thursday, 26 May 2016 (5pm-7:15pm).
ADDResponse capitalises on one of the major opportunities now available to social researchers – the growing availability of organically generated auxiliary data from commercial transactions, public administration and other sources – and explores the potential these data offer for overcoming one of the most significant challenges facing social surveys today – non-response bias. It focuses on understanding and overcoming nonresponse bias in the European Social Survey in the UK.
This is a free event hosted by the City University London and Ipsos MORI. Please register online through the ADDResponse homepage.