Aug. 10, 2016
Philadelphia Marriott Wednesday 31 August 2016
Svend-Erik Skaaning and Pippa Norris
Expert surveys have become increasingly common in comparative social science, in risk analysis by private sector organizations, in evaluation research, and among NGOs and policy makers (Meyer & Booker 1991). Expert surveys are often used to deepen understanding of, among others, the left-right position of political parties and news media outlets, the perceived extent of corruption or bribe-paying, and the quality of democratic governance. Expert surveys increasingly supplement alternative sources of information, such as citizen mass surveys, event analysis of media reports, and official statistics.
This workshop features sessions and papers covering the following topics:
All details are available on the workshop web page http://bit.ly/1HGMcOs
The registration form for attendees is available at: https://form.jotform.co/61587392325866.
The draft program is also available at: https://sites.google.com/site/electoralintegrityproject4/events-1/philadelphia-31-aug-2016