New Frontiers in Preventing, Detecting, and Remediating Fabrication in Survey Research

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Livestream: The livestream can be viewed here. A video of the proceedings will be posted at a later date.

Location: The event location is as follows (view map).

Center for Government and International Studies, Harvard University
Belfer Case Study Room [S -020]
1730 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

Materials: Abstracts can be downloaded here.

Schedule: The schedule is as follows. Please note we will be starting with a 30 minute delay to allow for travel in the snow-bound Boston

8:30-9:00         Breakfast and Networking
9:00-9:10          Welcoming remarks
9:10-9:25          Fritz Scheuren, NORC — Framing remarks
9:25-9:50          Gina Faranda, US Department of State “The Cheater Problem Revisited: Lessons from Six Decades of State Department Polling”
9:50-10:15        Rita Thissen, RTI International “Systems and Processes for Assuring Data Quality”
10:15-10:40      Michael Robbins, Arab Barometer “Preventing Data Falsification in Survey Research: Lessons from the Arab Barometer”
10:40-10:50     Break
10:50-11:05       Alan Zaslavsky, Harvard — discussion
11:05-11:20        Fritz Scheuren, NORC — discussion
11:20-11:55         Q&A with panel, discussants

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