Author: Jack Vowles Date: 09 May 2012 Seminar/workshop
Comparative Cross-National Electoral Research (CCNER)
- Start date: 01 July 2010
- End date: 30 December 2014
Large scale comparative cross-national data collection efforts present new challenges for social scientists in the development of survey questions, sampling and case selection, data linkages and statistical analysis. While such data collection enhances and broadens the capacity of cross-national researchers to examine issues such as the interaction of institutions, culture and individual political behaviour, cross national researchers too rarely have the luxury of stepping back from their data and asking fundamental questions about data quality and analysis.
The focus of this project is on doing precisely that, thus developing capacity and good practice in the analysis of large scale cross-national data sets. This will be accomplished by convening a series of workshops at national and international conferences and publishing and disseminating materials from them.
The workshops will focus on one of the most important substantive issues in comparative cross-national electoral research: the interactions between political institutions, electoral competition, and political attitudes and behaviour as it illustrates many of the problematic issues of this type of research.
- Outputs (7)
Author: Susan Banducci Date: 23 March 2012 Conference paper/presentation
Author: Bolleyer Nicole Date: 23 March 2012 Conference paper/presentation
Author: Daniel Stevens Date: 23 March 2012 Conference paper/presentation
Author: Jeffrey Karp Date: 23 March 2012 Conference paper/presentation
Author: Jeffrey Karp Date: 23 March 2012 Book chapter
Author: Jeffrey Karp Date: 15 March 2012 Journal article