New experts appointed to advisory boards
The General Assembly of the European Social Survey (ESS) has appointed seven new members to serve on their methods and scientific advisory boards.
Four new senior social scientists have been appointed to serve on the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), to advise on survey matters of major or practical importance.
These new recruits join four other members to bring a wide range of expertise to the SAB, and will serve for a four-year term, culminating in 2023.
The first task for the new SAB members will be to help choose which questions will be included in Round 11 (2022/23) of our survey.
In each round of the ESS, researchers are invited to include around 30 questions on a single topic or policy concern - the deadline for Stage 1 applications is 17 January 2020.
The SAB will ultimately choose which proposals are successful following this open competition, and will work with the researchers to develop the questions.
Three new experts have been selected to serve the Methods Advisory Board (MAB), which advises the ESS on technical and methodological aspects of the survey.
The new members of the MAB - formally appointed in October - are Michael Bosnjak (Leibniz Institute for Psychology), Johan Martinsson (University of Gothenburg) and Caroline Roberts (FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences).
The MAB was involved in the design of the core questionnaire consultation with ESS data users and was integral in the implementation of a fieldwork management system during survey data collection.
Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)
- Professor Hajo Boomgaarden, University of Vienna, Austria
- Professor Patrizia Catellani, Catholic University of Milan, Italy
- Professor Dana Hamplová, Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
- Professor Karsten Hank, WISO, University of Cologne, Germany
- Dr. Pedro Magalhães, University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Professor Caroline Rapp, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Dr. Tom Smith, National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, USA
- Professor Christian Staerklé, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Methods Advisory Board (MAB)
- Professor Michael Bosnjak, Leibniz Institute for Psychology, Germany
- Professor Giancarlo Gasperoni, University of Bologna, Italy
- Professor Sylvia Kritzinger, University of Vienna, Austria
- Professor Edith de Leeuw, Utrecht University, Netherlands
- Professor Johan Martinsson, Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
- Professor Caroline Roberts, University of Lausanne and FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences, Switzerland