Ruben L. Bach
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Acceptability of App-Based Contact Tracing for COVID-19: Cross-Country Survey Study
S Altmann, L Milsom, H Zillessen, R Blasone, F Gerdon, R Bach, F Kreuter, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (8), e19857, 2020
Participating in a panel survey changes respondents’ labour market behaviour
RL Bach, S Eckman
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2019
New data sources in social science research: Things to know before working with Reddit data
A Amaya, R Bach, F Keusch, F Kreuter
Social Science Computer Review, 0894439319893305, 2019
Motivated misreporting in web panels
RL Bach, S Eckman
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 6 (3), 418-430, 2018
Predicting voting behavior using digital trace data
RL Bach, C Kern, A Amaya, F Keusch, F Kreuter, J Hecht, J Heinemann
Social Science Computer Review, 0894439319882896, 2019
Misreporting among reluctant respondents
RL Bach, S Eckman, J Daikeler
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 8 (3), 566-588, 2020
Studying health-related internet and mobile device use using web logs and smartphone records
RL Bach, A Wenz
PloS one 15 (6), e0234663, 2020
Acceptability of app-based contact tracing for COVID-19: Cross-country survey evidence; 2020
S Altmann, L Milsom, H Zillessen, R Blasone, F Gerdon, R Bach, J Abeler
Preprint medRciv doi. org/10.1101/2020.05 5, 0
Rotation group bias in reporting of household purchases in the US Consumer Expenditure Survey
RL Bach, S Eckman
Economics Letters 187, 108889, 2020
A Methodological Framework for the Analysis of Panel Conditioning Effects
RL Bach
Measurement Error in Longitudinal Data. In Measurement Error in Longitudinal …, 2021
Measuring the strength of attitudes in social media data
A Amaya, R Bach, F Kreuter, F Keusch
Big Data Meets Survey Science: A Collection of Innovative Methods, 163-192, 2020
Motivated misreporting in smartphone surveys
J Daikeler, RL Bach, H Silber, S Eckman
Social Science Computer Review, 0894439319900936, 2020
Unintended behavioral consequences due to repeated measurement
RL Bach
Does participating in a panel survey change respondents' labor market behavior?
R Bach, S Eckman
IAB Discussion Paper, 2017
The relationship between response probabilities and data quality in grid questions
T Gummer, R Bach, J Daikeler, S Eckman
Survey Research Methods 15 (1), 65-77, 2021
Individual acceptance of using health data for private and public benefit: Changes during the COVID-19 pandemic
F Gerdon, H Nissenbaum, RL Bach, F Kreuter, S Zins
Harvard Data Science Review, 2021
Panel Conditioning in the US Consumer Expenditure Survey.
S Eckman, R Bach
Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) 37 (1), 2021
Exploring impacts of artificial intelligence on urban societies with social simulations
F Gerdon, CK Theil, C Kern, RL Bach, F Kreuter, H Stuckenschmidt, ...
Augmenting Survey Data with Web Content from Digital Traces to Study Political Behavior
C Kern, RL Bach, D Bonnay
Motivated Misreporting Over Waves in the Consumer Expenditure Survey
S Eckman, R Bach
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