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Evaluating the quality of sampling frames used in European cross-national surveys

Inhalt This report addresses the quality of the population registers which are currently being used as sampling frames in countries participating in the four cross-European surveys cooperating in SERISS: the European Social Survey (ESS), the European Values Study (EVS), the Gender and Generations Program (GGP), and the Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE). It summarizes what efforts have been undertaken by register authorities to improve and update the registers and presents an inventory of the main problems encountered in the field by survey sampling experts. In addition, it discusses the quality of alternative methods of sampling and possible improvements. Finally, the report reflects on how the major problems in sampling frames affect survey research and how they could be tackled to jointly improve sampling practices.
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Angelica M. Maineri

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Dr. Annette Scherpenzeel

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Dr. Johanna Bristle

Melissa-Pflueger

Senta-Melissa Pflüger, M.Sc.

Sarah Butt

Stefan Zins

Tom Emery

Ruud Luijkx

2017
Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables
Deliverable 2.2 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221. Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables