Workshop at German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Sep 27-28, 2021
The past years have witnessed a surge of new data allowing researchers to more precisely examine the nature, determinants, and effects of spatial mobility. Sophisticated survey designs, geo-referenced data, the extension of bibliometric data-bases, social media data, and new ways of linking datasets have increased the possibilities of research on spatial mobility and integration in addressing previously hard-to-examine questions. These methodological developments highlight the pressing need for a discussion about the potentials and pitfalls of newly available data and methods in research on spatial mobility and integration. Relevant questions include:
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- How can data collection methods help to overcome problems of sample selection bias?
- Which new methods have become available in these fields, and how can they be applied to improve the estimation of causal effects?
- To what extent do new data collection techniques and empirical methods call into question established findings in research on spatial mobility and integration?
- How do they pave new thematic avenues for these fields in the future, and what hinders theoretical and methodological progress?
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(submission deadline May 15, 2021)