The Center for the Study of Democratic Citizenship is happy to presents:
7th CSDC Method Winter School
Olivier Bergeron-Boutin, Conjoint Experiments*
*the workshop will be in English
When: February 1, 2021, from 3pm to 5pm.
Registration: If you are interested in participating in one or several of the Winter School workshops, you need to register. Please register here at least 2 days before the workshop.
About: This workshop will provide an introduction to the use of conjoint experiments in political science and present the main tools required for their implementation using Qualtrics and R. We will begin with a brief primer on the growth of conjoint experiments in recent years: why they have become popular, what they are good at estimating, and how they have been used in the literature. We will then focus on some estimation properties and assumptions that are specific to conjoint experiments and crucial to keep in mind. The third section will cover the implementation of a mock conjoint experiment in Qualtrics, a widely used survey platform. Note that this section will be a bit more technically involved, but all necessary materials will be provided. Finally, we will extract the raw data from Qualtrics and analyze it in R (some knowledge of the latter is assumed).
Full schedule and more details about each workshops of the Winter School available here.