Survey Research Methods


Ulrich Kohler
University of Potsdam, Germany

Advisory Board

Mick Couper
University of Michigan, U.S.A.
Eldad Davidov
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Frauke Kreuter
University of Mannheim, Germany
Rainer Schnell
City University London, United Kingdom

Publication Officer

Andre Pirralha

2015 Impact Factor


Associate Editors

Dorothée Behr
GESIS, Germany
Mario Callegaro
Google UK, London
Ann Carton
Research Centre of the Flemish Government, Belgium
Debbie Collins
National Centre for Social Research, United Kingdom
Stephanie Eckman
IAB, Germany
Rory Fitzgerald
City University, United Kingdom
Gösta Forsman
Swedish Road Administration, Sweden
Annette Jäckle
University of Essex, United Kingdom
Dominique Joye
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Hans Kiesl
Regensburg University, Germany
Desirée Knoppen
EADA, Spain
Frauke Kreuter
JPSM, University of Maryland, United States
Martin Kroh
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Oliver Lipps
FORS, Switzerland
Geert Loosveldt
K.U. Leuven, Belgium
Katja Lozar Manfreda
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Ralf Münnich
University of Trier, Germany
Daniel Oberski
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Willem Saris
RECSM, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Peter Selb
Universität Konstanz, Germany
Patrick Sturgis
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Mariano Torcal
RECSM, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Vasja Vehovar
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Kees Zeelenberg
Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands
Fons van de Vijver
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Matthias Schonlau
University of Waterloo, Canada
James Wagner
University of Michigan, U.S.A.
Caroline Roberts
University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Survey Research Methods

Survey Research Methods is the official peer reviewed journal of the European Survey Research Association. The journal publishes articles in English which discuss methodological issues related to survey research. Two types of papers are in-scope:
  1. Papers discussing methodological issues in substantive research using survey data;
  2. Papers that discuss methodological issues that are more or less independent of the specific field of substantive research.
Topics of particular interest include survey design, sample design, question and questionnaire design, data collection, nonresponse, data capture, data processing, coding and editing, measurement errors, imputation, weighting and survey data analysis methods.

In general, papers based on students or on small sized experiments will not be published. We also don't publish mathematical papers or simulations. Survey Research Methods focus on data collection methods for large scale surveys.

Survey Research Methods is indexed by the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI). Impact Factor 2015: 1.469

Vol 9, No 2 (2015)

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