Weber, Wiebke

Head of the Advanced Survey Quality Methods (ASQME) research group
Faculty of Political and Social Sciences

+34 93 542 1163
[email protected]
Mercè Rodoreda 24, Office 24.405


Biography

Wiebke Weber is the head of the Advanced Survey Quality Methods (ASQME) research group and head of the Core Scientific Team of the European Social Survey (ESS) ERIC at the Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM), of  Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain). Within the ESS she is mainly focused on measurement quality and cross-national measurement equivalence and within the Horizon 2020 SERISS project, Wiebke studies web survey panelists’ responding behavior as well as strategies to improve this behavior. Finally, as a survey consultant, she advices on questionnaire design and survey data analyses with correction for measurement error (see some examples here: Expertise projects).

Wiebke received her PhD from UPF in 2013, in the areas of political science and survey methodology, under the supervision of Willem Saris (UPF) and Mariano Torcal (UPF). Her dissertation deals with measurement equivalence and the meaning of left-right orientation using data from the ESS.

Previously, she was a member of the Scientific Advisory Panel of SAHWA (2014-2017), publication officer of the online journal Survey Research Methods (SRM, 2009-2014) and held the position of General Secretary of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA, 2009-2011).

 

Publications 

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Research projects (most recent)

"Entrepreneurship education". (June 2016-June 2017). PI: Dr. Wiebke Weber. Additional information  

"European Social Survey (ESS)-ERIC (ESS-ERIC)". (2008-ongoing). PI: Dr. Wiebke Weber. Additional information

"Sahwa Youth Survey 2016". (January 2014-March 2017). PI: Dr. Wiebke Weber. Additional information 

"Survey Quality Predictor (SQP)". (2008-ongoing). PI: Dr. Wiebke Weber. Additional information 

"Synergies for Europe's Research Infrastructures in the Social Sciences (SERISS)". (June 2015-May 2018). PI: Dr. Wiebke Weber. Additional information