Program

Organizers: Arie Kapteyn, Lila Rabinovich, and Joanne Yoong, University of Southern California

Thursday February 21st, 2019

Location: George Washington University (Elliott School of International Affairs - City View Room) 1957 E Street NW Washington, DC 20052. 

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9 am

Welcome Address by Arie Kapteyn (USC)

SESSION 1

9.10 - 10.30 am

 

Recruiting and Retention

Session Chair: Jill Darling (USC)

Canceled due to illness 

Tania Gutsche (CESR USC)
Co-authors: Jill Darling and Bas Weerman

Panel Engagement: Or why our phones keep ringing (UAS)

9.40 - 9.55 am

Mansour Fahimi (Chief Statistician and SVP at Ipsos)
Co-authors:  Ge Tang, and Frances M. Barlas

Comparisons of Probability and Nonprobability Samples from Online Panels

Mario Xavier Carrasco (USC and ThinkNow)

The Changing Face of Hispanic Online Panels (ThinkNow)

10.10 - 10.30 am

Discussion

10.30 - 10.45 am

Break

SESSION 2

10.45 - 12 pm

Innovations In Measurement and Data Collection

Session Chair: Jeremy Burke (USC)

Marco Angrisani (USC)
Co-authors: Arie Kapyteyn, Swaroop Samek

Real Time Measurement of Household Electronic Financial Transactions in a Population Representative Panel (UAS)

Arie Kapteyn (USC)
Co-author: Jill Darling

Integration of Surveys, Wearables and Mobile Devices (UAS)

Gema Zamarro (University of Arkansas)
Co-authors: James Soland, Albert Cheng & Collin Hitt 

Identifying Naturally-occurring Direct Assessments of Character Skills: The Promise of Survey Metadata (UAS)

Jill Darling (USC)
Co-authors: Margaret Gatz, Ying Liu

Platform differences in assessing cognitive response time (UAS)

11.45 - 12 pm

Discussion

12 pm - 1 pm

Lunch Keynote: Courtney Kennedy, Pew Research Center

Introduction: Arie Kapteyn

SESSION 3

1 - 2.20 pm

Panel Management

Session Chair: Arie Kapteyn

Ipek Bilgen (NORC)
Co-authors: J. Michael Dennis, N. Ganesh 

Examination of Nonresponse Follow-up Impact on AmeriSpeak Panel Data Quality

Elodie Perodin (Sciences Po)

ELIPSS : how to maintain participation in a probability based internet panel

Chintan Turakhia (SSRS)
Co-authors: Jennifer Su, Jennifer Schmidt, Kyle Berta, Jonathan Best

Response Patterns in Probability based Web Panel (SSRS Panel)

1.45 - 2 pm

Frances M. Barlas (IPSOS)
Co-authors: Mansour Fahimi, Randall K. Thomas, Ge Tang(IPSOS)

Are Panel Effects a Concern with Online Panels?  

2 - 2.15 pm

Discussion

2.15 - 2.30 pm

Break

SESSION 4

2.40 - 3.40 pm

 

Surveys and Experiments to Inform Policy and Practice – Socioeconomic Well-Being

Session Chair: Joanne Yoong (USC)

Kyla Thomas (USC)

The Psychology of Distinction: How Cultural Tastes Shape Person Perception in the United States (UAS)

John Sabelhaus(Federal Reserve)
 

Subjective Expectations and Risky Household Decisions: Results from an On-Line Experiment (SCE)

Kristi Scott (SSA)
Co-authors: Richard Chard, Matt Messel, David Rogofsky

Lifetime Migration among Retired, Disabled, and Working Populations (UAS)

Discussion

3.40 - 3.55 pm

Break

 

 

SESSION 5

 

3.55 - 4.55 pm

 

Surveys and Experiments Inform Policy and Practice – Financial Decisionmaking

Session Chair: Gary Mottola, FINRA

Andrew Dunn (CFSI)
 

The US Financial Health Pulse (UAS)  

Angela Fontes (NORC)

Collecting household financial data online: A comparison of the Financial Well-being and Literacy survey with federal data benchmarks (AmeriSpeak)

4.25 - 4.40 pm

Angela Hung (RAND)

Co-Authors:  Julie Agnew, Nicole Montgomery, and Susan Thorp

White Label Funds in Retirement Plans (UAS)

Discussion

Closing Address by Annamaria Lusardi, GFLEC, George Washington University

5 - 6 pm Reception sponsored by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation