Pablo Cabrera Álvarez

Survey methods & data wrangling

I am a survey methodologist working at the Institute for Social and Economic Research. I currently develop strategies to maximise response in the United Kingdom Household Longitudinal Survey. Previously, I worked as a Survey Statistician designing survey samples and weights.

I hold a PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Salamanca and a masters in Survey Methodology from the University of Essex. I research in the field of survey methodology with a special focus on nonresponse and selection bias and how to correct them. Sometimes I write about polls, public opinion, and elections.

Education

  • PhD in Social Science
    University of Salamanca
    2021

  • MSc Survey Methods for Social Research
    University of Essex
    2014

  • BA Politics & BA Sociology
    Complutense University of Madrid
    2013

Interests

  • Survey methods
  • Longitudinal studies
  • Repsonse maximisation strategies
  • Statistical inference
  • Rstats

Selected publications

Cabrera-Álvarez, P. . (2021). Datos administrativos agregados y estimación a partir de muestras no probabilísticas . Revista Internacional de Sociología, 79(1), e180.


Cabrera-Álvarez, P., & Escobar, M. (2019). The Effect of Weighting and Multiple Imputation on Bias in Spanish Election Polls . Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 165, 45-64.

For a full list of publications check out my CV .