Editorial Board

The editors are very thankful to all the members of the Editorial Board who have accepted to support Survey Methods: Insights from the Field by collecting submission, contributing and reviewing articles.

The Editorial Board is composed of colleagues from all over Europe and from North America. Our members have different backgrounds (e.g., psychology, economics, education, statistics, sociology or politics) and position (e.g., professorship, PhD students, survey agency, non-profit institutions) to cover all aspects of survey methodology in the broad sense.

  • Urs Aellig/Massimo Sardi, LINK Switzerland
  • Johann Bacher, U Linz, Austria
  • Jelke Bethlehem, U Leiden, Netherlands
  • Annelies Blom, U Mannheim, Germany
  • René Brawand / Stefan Klug, DemoSCOPE, Switzerland
  • J. Michael Brick, U of Maryland, US
  • Mario Callegaro, Google UK, London
  • Ralph Carstens, IEA DPC, Germany
  • Mick Couper, U Michigan, USA
  • Andreas Diekmann, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Jean Dumais, Statistics Canada, Canada
  • Stephanie Eckman, IAB, Germany
  • Marc Höglinger, U Zurich, Switzerland
  • Andreas Horr, U Mannheim, Germany
  • Ben Jann, U Bern, Switzerland
  • Robert Kecskes, GfK, Germany
  • Tina Kogovšek, U Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Oyvind Langsrud, Statistics Norway
  • Edith de Leeuw, U Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Geert Loosveldt, KU Leuven, IMPALLA, Belgium
  • Ruud Luijkx, U Tilburg, The Netherlands
  • Annemieke Luiten, CBS, Statistics Netherlands, Heerlen
  • Peter Lundquist, Statistics Sweden, Stockholm
  • Hideko Matsuo, U Leuven, Belgium
  • Colleen A. McClain, U Michigan, USA
  • Sabine Meinck, IEA Data Processing and Research Center, Hamburg, Germany
  • Natalja Menold, GESIS, Germany
  • Bart Meuleman, U Leuven, Belgium
  • Christian Monseur, U Liege, Belgium
  • Christoph Müller, MIS Trend, Switzerland
  • Kristen Olson, U Nebraska- Lincoln, USA
  • Inge Pasteels, University of Antwerp, Belgiu,
  • Emilia Peytcheva, RTI International, USA
  • Alexandre Pollien, FORS, Switzerland
  • Stephen Quinlan, GESIS, Germany
  • Emanuela Sala, U of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
  • Nicolas Scharioth, Pollen
  • Annette Scherpenzeel, U Tilburg, The Netherlands
  • Malte Schierholz, U Mannheim, Germany
  • Barry Schouten, Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands
  • Mathias Shonlau, U of Waterloo, Canada
  • Tom W. Smith, U Chicago, USA
  • Stephanie Steinmetz, U Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Ineke Stoop, SCP The Hague
  • Vera Toepoel, U Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Gordon Willis, NIH, USA
  • Wander van der Vaart, U of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands

 The editors:

  • Henning Best, University of Kaiserslautern, formerly GESIS, Germany
  • Peter Farago, FORS, Switzerland
  • Dominique Joye, FORS, Switzerland
  • Lars Kaczmirek, GESIS, Germany
  • Caroline Vandenplas, KU Leuven, Belgium, formerly  FORS, Switzerland
  • Monika Vettovaglia, FORS, Switzerland
  • Christof Wolf, GESIS, Germany

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