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Author: Kocar, S (Dr Sebastian Kocar)

Number of items: 18

Journal Article
Kocar, S and Biddle, N, The power of online panel paradata to predict unit nonresponse and voluntary attrition in a longitudinal design, Quality and Quantity pp. 1-24. ISSN 0033-5177 (2022) [Refereed Article]
Kocar, S and Biddle, N, Do we have to mix modes in probability-based online panel research to obtain more accurate results?, Methods, Data, Analyses pp. 1-27. ISSN 2190-4936 (2021) [Refereed Article] 
Kocar, S and Biddle, N and Phillips, B, The effects of mode on answers in probability-based mixed mode online panel research: evidence and matching methods for controlling self-selection effect in a quasi-experimental design, Centre for Social Research and Methods, (1) pp. 1-37. ISSN 2209-184X (2021) [Refereed Article] 
Flander, A and Roncevic, N and Kocar, S, How teaching and research nexus in academic attitudes, behaviours and system of promotion influences academic satisfaction? Case study of Croatia and Slovenia, Higher Education Forum, 17 pp. 177-205. ISSN 2432-9614 (2020) [Refereed Article] 
Kocar, S and Biddle, N, Panel mixed-mode effects: does switching modes in probability-based online panels influence measurement error?, Centre for Social Research & Methods pp. 1-28. ISSN 2209-184X (2020) [Refereed Article] 
Kocar, S, A universal global measure of univariate and bivariate data utility for anonymised microdata, Centre for Social Research & Methods, (4) pp. 1-19. ISSN 2209-184X (2018) [Refereed Article] 
Askerc, K and Kocar, S, Teaching and the pedagogical training of university teaching staff-practice and opinions under Slovenian higher education legislation, Education Inquiry, 6, (2) pp. 159-175. ISSN 2000-4508 (2015) [Refereed Article]
Chapter in Book
Flander, A and Kocar, S and Ilic, BC and Leisyte, L and Peksen, S and Roncevic, N, Impact of internationalisation strategies on academics' international research activities: Case study of the three HE peripheries: Slovenia, Croatia and Lithuania, From Actors to Reforms in European Higher Education, Springer, M Klemencic (ed), Switzerland, pp. 313-336. ISBN 9783031093999 (2022) [Research Book Chapter] 
Kocar, S, SAGE Research Methods Foundations, Attrition, Sage Publishing, P Atkinson, S Delamont, A Cernat, JW Sakshaug and RA Williams (ed), United States ISBN 9781473965003 (2020) [Other Book Chapter] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Seivwright, A and Kocar, S and Fabian, M and Lester, L, Towards a Shared Understanding and Articulation of a Common Population Outcomes Framework, Tasmanian Government Department of Premier and Cabinet, Hobart, Tasmania (2022) [Consultants Report]
Thesis
Kocar, S, Approaches to dealing with survey errors in online panel research (2021) [PhD]
Other Public Output
Seivwright, AN and Kocar, S, Household budgets strech thin: how Tasmanians are feeling and managing rising costs of living, Talking Point, The Mercury, News Corporation, Hobart, Tasmania, 03 November 2022, pp. 19-20. (2022) [Newspaper Article]
Seivwright, A and Kocar, S, Inflation, Inflation, Inflation: How Tasmanians are Coping with Rising Costs of Living, The Tasmania Project Report 60, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia, October 2022, pp. 1-22. (2022) [Report Other]
Kocar, S, The Tasmania Project Place and Wellbeing Survey, Technical Report, University of Tasmania - Institute of Social Change, Tasmania, Australia, pp. 1-8. (2022) [Report Other]
Kocar, S, The Tasmania project reopening survey, Technical Report, University of Tasmania - Institute of Social Change, Tasmania, Australia, pp. 1-10. (2022) [Report Other]
Kocar, S, Volunteering during COVID-19: attitudes and behaviours, The Tasmania Project, University of Tasmania - Institute of Social Change, Tasmania, Australia, pp. 1-15. (2022) [Report Other]
Kocar, S and Seivwright, A, What's in a place? Drivers of migration to and from Tasmania, The Tasmania Project Report 59, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia (2022) [Report Other]
Kocar, S and Lester, L and Horton, E, Experiences and opinions about living and travelling in Tasmania during and after the pandemic, The Tasmania Project, UTAS Institute for Social Change, Hobart, Tasmania, Report 48 (2021) [Report Other] 

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