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Bio

Marcel Das has been the director of CentERdata since September 2000. He graduated (cum laude) in Econometrics / Statistics at Tilburg University and later received his PhD from the same university.

He worked as a researcher following his PhD and later as a senior research at CentER Applied Research – an institute for applied economic research affiliated with Tilburg University.

Marcel has led a large number of national and international research projects and published scientific articles in international journals in the field of statistical and empirical analyses of survey data and methodological issues in web-based surveys. He has been professor of Econometrics and Data Collection at the Department of Econometrics and Operations Research at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management since 2009. Currently he is member of four (inter)national scientific advisory boards of large-scale data infrastructures.

Expertise

Econometrics, Statistics, Survey Methodology, (Innovative) Methodology for Online Surveys, (Online) Panel Surveys, Survey Software, Linking Survey Data with Administrative Data, Project Management

Recent publications

  1. Pre-outbreak determinants of perceived risks of corona infection and …

    van der Velden, P. G., Marchand, M., Cuelenaere, B., & Das, J. W. M. (2020). Pre-outbreak determinants of perceived risks of corona infection and preventive measures taken. A prospective population-based study. PLoS ONE, 15(7).
  2. Victims of medical errors and the problems they face: a prospective c…

    van der Velden, P. G., Contino, C., Akkermans, A. J., & Das, J. W. M. (Accepted/In press). Victims of medical errors and the problems they face: a prospective comparative study among the Dutch population. European Journal of Public Health.
  3. Which groups affected by potentially traumatic events (PTEs) are most…

    van der Velden, P. G., Komproe, I.H, I. H., Contino, C., de Bruijne, M., Kleber, R., Das, J. W. M., & Schut, H. (2020). Which groups affected by potentially traumatic events (PTEs) are most at risk for a lack of social support? A prospective population-based study on the 12-month prevalence of PTEs and risk factors for a lack of post-event social support. PLoS ONE, 1-19.
  4. Open Probability‐Based Panels

    Weiss, B., Das, J. W. M., Kapteyn, A., Bosnjak, M., & Schaurer, I. (2020). Open Probability‐Based Panels. In Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online (pp. 1-8). Wiley-Blackwell/John Wiley & Sons.
  5. Experimental and longitudinal data for scientific and policy research…

    Das, J. W. M., & Knoef, M. (2019). Experimental and longitudinal data for scientific and policy research: Open access to data collected in the longitudinal internet studies for the social sciences . In N. Crato, & P. Paruolo (Eds.), Data-Driven Policy Impact Evaluation (pp. 131-146). Springer.

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