The GGP launched the GGP-Connect seminar series to showcase the work of the national teams and provide insights into the new round of GGS data collection. The webinars recurs on a monthly basis. Information on the coming webinars and the registration is sent around via the monthly GGP-newsletter.
This is the twelfth webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 31st of May at 13:00 (CEST). In this webinar, fieldwork coordinators Arieke Rijken and Siyang Kong from the GGP Central Hub talk about ‘Questionnaire length, completion time and break offs in GGS-II, Wave 1’. The result presented are based on survey data and paradata from GGS-II conducted in Norway, Finland and Estonia.
This is the eleventh webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 26th of April at 13:00 (CEST). In this webinar Tiia Sorsa & Miika Mäki (Population Research Institute of the Family Federation of Finland ) talk about GGS in Finland: ‘From adapting the questionnaire to the Finnish context to linking the data to national registers.’ Finland joined GGP for the GGS2020. Fieldwork operations were finalized at the end of March 2022.
This is the tenth webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 22nd of March 2022 at 14h00 (CEST). In this webinar, Ignacio Pardo and Wanda Cabella talk about the lessons they learnt and the challenges they face while conducting a GGS in Uruguay. The insights presented during this webinar are a valuable source of information for researchers planning to conduct large-scale survey research in other Latin-American countries.
This is the ninth webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 22nd of February at 13h00 (CEST). Martin Bujard and Detlev Lück talk about the organization of the GGS survey in Germany and its integration into FReDA. They also share deliberations and decisions about how fieldwork was adapted as a consequence of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in Germany.
This is eight webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 25th of January at 13h00. Laurent Toulemon and Milan Bouchet-Valat talked about the organization of the GGS pilot survey in France and provided insights on response rates through internet and telephone combined with different incentives. They also presented preliminary results on drop-off rates
This is seventh webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 23th of November at 13h00. Lisbeth Loft talked about the GGS in Denmark and provided insights on data collection, data access, and the quality of the data. In addition, the speaker presented some research questions the Danish team hopes to answer using the GGS.
This is sixth webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 26th of October at 13h00. Tiina Tambaum talked about the organisation of the pilot survey and the specificities of the Estonian GGS. She also introduced the incentive scheme that was used during the pilot survey and talked about the respective plans for the upcoming full survey. In addition, Martin Klesment presented some preliminary findings in response to the pilot survey, with a focus on the effectiveness of incentives. Some insights were also provided on how the local survey agency managed reminders to respondents and whether this may have had an effect on response rate.
This is the fifth webinar of the GGP-connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 28th of September at 14h30 (Amsterdam time). Gunnar Andersson (Stockholm University) presented the GGS data collection carried out over 2020-2021 in Sweden. The speaker provided insights on the preparation of the Swedish data collection. The GGS was collected in Sweden to understand the rapid fertility decline that cannot be explained by conventional structural factors or other sources of data. The new round of the Swedish GGS included a shortened version of the GGS questionnaire, as well as new modules on perceived uncertainty, Covid-19 questions, and intensive parenting. A random sample of N = 30,000 people, ages 18-59, were approached. Apart from surveying the national sample, an additional immigrant sub-sample was collected among the five largest immigrant communities in the country.
This is fourth webinar of the GGP-Connect seminar series. The webinar was held on the 29th of June at 13h00 (Amsterdam time). Stuart Gietel-Basten (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) and Christian Joy Pattawi Cruz (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) talked about the GGS data collection in Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong SAR). The speakers provided insights on the survey methodology and lessons learnt from designing a GGS pilot in Asia. Preliminary results from the incentive experiments were also presented.
This is the third webinar of the GGP-Connect series. The webinar was held on the 25th of May at 13h00 (Amsterdam time). Lars Dommermuth (Statistics Norway) and Trude Lappegard (University of Oslo) talked about the GGS data collection in Norway. A unique aspect of the data collection is that it was completed using web-only. Moreover, the survey includes specific module on uncertainty in order to study the declining fertility visible in Nordic countries. The speakers provided some insights on the survey methodology and the lessons learnt.
This is the second webinar of the GGP-Connect webinar series! The webinar was held on the 26th of April at 13h00 (Amsterdam time). Aliona Cristei (UNFPA country office Moldova) and Aliona Cretu (Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Moldova) talked about the GGS survey in Moldova. The survey is particularly interesting since about half of the data was collected before the start of the pandemic, and about half during it. In addition, Covid-19 questions were included.
This is the first webinar of the GGP-Connect webinar series! The webinar was held on the 30th of March at 12h30. Martin Kreidl (Masaryk University) talked about the GGS Covid-Pilot survey carried out last December in Czechia.