Missing Data in Longitudinal and Linked Surveys: Day 2

Date & Time

11 December 2020




Online only



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Longitudinal surveys are crucial resources for analysing and understanding how economic and social behaviour change over time. Because they provide repeated observations of the same observational units over time, they enable researchers to answer a host of questions about how individual heterogeneous units respond to economic and social factors.

Please note you are booking for this day of the conference, not Day 1.

Presentations from the workshop

Non-response bias prevention and adjustment in a national longitudinal COVID-19 survey

Handling non-response in COVID-19 surveys across five national longitudinal studies

Missing data in linked administrative registers