Dr. Johanna Bristle (Survey Methodology)

Adresse:  Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
Munich Center for the Economics of Aging
Amalienstraße 33
80799 Munich, Germany
Raum:331
Telefon:+49-89-38602-331
Fax:+49-89-38602-390
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+-Curriculum Vitae

Position
 
Mar. 2012 - present
Researcher at the Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA), Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy. Unit: SHARE-Survey Methodology
 
Education
 
Nov 2017
Doctoral degree (summa cum laude), Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.
Thesis: Health Inequalities in Europe with Insights from Survey Practice. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Monika Jungbauer-Gans.
 
Dec. 2011
Master of Arts, Sociology at University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany. Thesis: Social Disparities in Disease Prevention across Europe
 
Sep. 2009- May 2010
Visiting Graduate Student at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA
 
Jul. 2009
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, Minor: Psychology at University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany. Thesis: Explaining Health Inequalities in Old Age
 
Research Interests
 
Health Sociology, Social Inequalities, Preventive Health Behavior
Survey Methodology, Paradata, Data Quality, Nonresponse

+-Publikationen

Beitrag in Zeitschrift
  • Bergmann, Michael; Bristle, Johanna (2019): "Reading Fast, Reading Slow: The Effect of Interviewers’ Speed in Reading Introductory Texts on Response Behavior". In: Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, forthcoming (), pp. .
  • Bristle, Johanna; Celidoni, Martina; Dal Bianco, Chiara; Weber, Guglielmo (2018): "The contributions of paradata and features of respondents, interviewers and survey agencies to panel co-operation in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe". In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series A, online first (DOI: 10.1111/rssa.12391) (), pp. .
Buchbeitrag
  • Kratz, Fabian; Bristle, Johanna (2019): "Tracking and educational inequality in health in later life", In: Börsch-Supan, A., Bristle, J., Andersen-Ranberg, K., Brugiavini, A., Jusot, F., Litwin, H., and Weber, G. (Eds.), Health and socioeconomic status over the life course: First results from SHARE waves 6 and 7, De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, in press
  • Bristle, Johanna (2015): " Measuring interview length with keystroke data", In: Malter, F. and A. Börsch-Supan, SHARE Wave 5: Innovations & Methodology, MEA, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Munich, pp. 165-177
Arbeitspapier/DiskussionspapierHerausgeberschaften
  • Börsch-Supan, Axel; Bristle, Johanna; Andersen-Ranberg, Karen; Brugiavini, Agar; Jusot, Florence; Litwin, Howard; Weber, Guglielmo (2019): Health and socioeconomic status over the life course: First results from SHARE waves 6 and 7. De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, in press.
Weiterer Beitrag
  • Bristle, Johanna; Bergmann, Michael; Scherpenzeel, Annette; Butt, Sarah; Emery, Tom (2018): Joint workshop with country representatives of SHARE and ESS to discuss available data sources and potential for subsequent use, Deliverable 2.6 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon . Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables,
  • Pflüger, Senta-Melissa; Bergmann, Michael; Bristle, Johanna (2018): Scoping study of the auxiliary data sources and its potential to reduce nonresponse bias, Deliverable 2.7 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221. Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables,
  • Maineri, Angelica M.; Scherpenzeel, Annette; Bristle, Johanna; Pflüger, Senta-Melissa; Butt, Sarah; Zins, Stefan; Emery, Tom; Luijkx, Ruud (2017): Evaluating the quality of sampling frames used in European cross-national surveys, Deliverable 2.2 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221,
  • Bristle, Johanna; Butt, Sarah; Emery, Tom; Luijkx, Ruud; Maineri, Angela M.; Pflüger, Senta-Melissa; Scherpenzeel, Annette; Zins, Stefan (2016): Report on auxiliary data in available country registers, Deliverable 2.5 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221. Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables,
  • Scherpenzeel, Annette; Maineri, Angela M.; Bristle, Johanna; Pflüger, Senta-Melissa; Mindarova, Ilziya; Butt, Sarah; Zins, Stefan; Emery, Tom; Luijkx, Ruud (2016): Report on the use of sampling frames in European studies, Deliverable 2.1 of the SERISS project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme GA No: 654221. Available at: www.seriss.eu/resources/deliverables,
  • Schmidutz, Daniel; Bristle, Johanna (2014): Exemplary Analyses of Confidential Paradata: Ethical and Legal Considerations, Deliverable D6.3 of the Data Service Infrastructure for the Social Sciences and Humanities (DASISH) project, available at: http://dasish.eu/deliverables/
  • Bristle, Johanna; Halbherr, Verena (2014): Keystroke analysis and implications for fieldwork, Deliverable D3.7 of Data Service Infrastructure for the Social Sciences and Humanities, available at: http://dasish.eu/deliverables/
  • Schmidutz, Daniel; Bristle, Johanna (2013): Paradata: Ethical and Legal Issues, Deliverable D6.2 of the Data Service Infrastructure for the Social Sciences and Humanities (DASISH) project, available at: http://dasish.eu/deliverables/
  • Widdop, Sally; Prestage, Yvette; Bristle, Johanna; Kuijten, Lennard; van der Wielen, Iggy; Halbherr, Verena (2013): Design of a standardised sample management system, Deliverable D3.6 of Data Service Infrastructure for the Social Sciences and Humanities, available at: http://dasish.eu/deliverables/

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