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Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA)

Deadline

Friday, January 14, 2011

Presentation

The fourth Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) will be held in Lausanne, Switzerland, from the 18th to the 22nd of July, 2011.

Conference Program

Prior to the conference itself two short courses as well as the welcome reception will take place on Monday (July 18th 2011). The conference officially begins on Tuesday morning (July 19th 2011) at 9:00. The conference will end on Friday (July 22nd 2011) at 12:30.

The day-by-day program gives you an overview when each session is scheduled. (pdf)

Click here for more information on the scientific program.

Call for proposals

The call for presentation proposals is now open. Read the call for proposals (PDF).

List of sessions/online conference program

To submit a presentation, you must sign up or log in to the ESRA website in the top left corner of this page. After logging in with your account, click “Propose a new presentation” to start submitting.

Organising committee

  • Patrick Sturgis, University of Southampton: conference chair
  • Eldad Davidov, University of Zurich: conference vice-chair
  • Marieke Voorpostel, FORS: local organizer
  • Kathrin Kissau, FORS: local organizer

The organising team can be contacted at the conference email address: conference@surveymethodology.eu

Deadlines

December 2010 Conference registration possible on ESRA website
14 January 2011 Deadline for presentation proposals
18 July 2011 Opening of the conference
22 July 2011 Closing of the conference

Host institutions

ESRA 2011 is organized by FORS the Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences and the University of Lausanne.

FORS is a national centre of expertise in the social sciences and was established in 2008. Its primary activities consist of:

  • production of survey data, including national and international surveys;
  • dissemination of data for use in secondary analysis;
  • research in empirical social sciences, with focus on survey methodology;
  • consulting services for researchers in Switzerland and abroad.

FORS collaborates with researchers and research institutes in the social sciences in Switzerland and internationally.

Founded in 1537, the University of Lausanne is composed of seven faculties where approximately 11,500 students and 2,300 researchers work and study. Emphasis is placed on an interdisciplinary approach, with close cooperation between students, professors and teaching staff.

The University of Lausanne is situated at the heart of the French-speaking region of Switzerland, in the middle of Europe – close to France, Germany, Italy, and Austria.

The UNIL campus is spread across three locations, the largest of which is in Dorigny, on the shores of Lake Geneva. This picturesque landscape, with views of the Alps and the lake, provides the ideal setting for study and research.

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