Social Statistics Seminar - 7 December 2021
|Starts:||16:00 7 Dec 2021|
|Ends:||17:00 7 Dec 2021|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|Who is it for:||University staff, External researchers, Adults, Alumni, Current University students|
Social Statistics Seminars 2021/22 – December Session
New measures for assessing non-ignorable selection bias in non-probability samples and low response rate probability samples
Brady West (University of Michigan)
Join us at 4pm (GMT) on 7 December 2021!
Registration link: http://bit.ly/socialstats1221
Please register using your full name and your email address.
Recent developments in survey statistics have yielded simple, novel measures of the non-ignorable selection bias in estimates of means, proportions, and regression coefficients that may arise due to deviations from ignorable sample selection, where these deviations might be introduced by the sampling mechanism (e.g., non-probability sampling) or survey nonresponse. This presentation will review the computation of these indicators, the data required to compute them, software tools for computing them, and examples of their use and interpretation based on real survey data. Future directions for research in this area, including ongoing work to assess selection bias in the 2020 presidential election polls, will be provided in conclusion.
About the speaker
Brady West is a research associate professor at the Survey Research Center of the University of Michigan (USA). He is a world-leading survey methodologist with expertise in interviewer effects, survey paradata, nonresponse error, and adaptive/responsive survey designs, among others. He is (co-)author of two recent books: Linear Mixed Models and Applied Survey Data Analysis.
For regular updates on our events, sign up to our seminar mailing list on JiscMail: bit.ly/socialstatslist
Travel and Contact Information