Carina Cornesse is a postdoctoral researcher at the Collaborative Research Center SFB 884 “Political Economy of Reforms”, University of Mannheim. Together with Prof. Annelies Blom, she also leads the project “Recruiting Probability-Based Online Panels: Cost-Efficiency and Data Quality” at the Mannheim Center for European Social Research. In addition, she is an associate editor of the Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology.
She studied Sociology and Political Science in Mainz and Frankfurt and received her doctoral degree from the Center for Doctoral Studies in the Social Sciences at the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences, University of Mannheim.
Her teaching experience at the University of Mannheim School of Social Sciences includes courses on statistical data analysis (B.A.-level) as well as on data and measurement (M.A.-level).
Her research focuses on innovation in the quantitative social science research methods, in particular:
|since 2018||Postdoctoral Researcher, Project A8: Evaluating Data Sources for Research into Political Reforms: (Non)probability Online Surveys and Big Data, Collaborative Research Center SFB 884 Political Economy of Reforms, University of Mannheim|
|2015 – 2017||Doctoral Researcher, Project: GESIS Panel, Department: Survey Design and Methodology, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences|
|2014 – 2017||Doctoral Researcher, Project A8: Evaluating Reforms Using Surveys, Collaborative Research Center SFB 884 Political Economy of Reforms, University of Mannheim|
|03/2018||Dr. rer. soc. in Sociology, Center for Doctoral Studies in Social Sciences (CDSS), Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS), University of Mannheim, Thesis title: Representativeness and Response Quality of Survey Data, Thesis Defense: 24 January 2018, Dissertation Committee: Prof. Dr. Annelies Blom, Prof. Dr. Joseph Sakshaug, Prof. Dr. Christof Wolf|
|04/2014||MA in Sociology, Goethe University Frankfurt, Thesis title: Subjektives Wohlbefinden im europäischen Vergleich (engl.: Subjective Wellbeing in European Comparison), Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Sigrid Roßteutscher and Dr. Katharina Lutz|
|07/2011||BA in Sociology (major) and Political Science (minor), Gutenberg University Mainz|