Nicole has over 20 years of survey methodology experience. Since 2000, she has worked on the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey Project at the University of Melbourne. Her role has involved managing the fieldwork contract, developing the sampling, weighting and imputation strategies, overseeing the data preparation and providing user training. Prior to this, she worked for the Victorian Department of Human Services, the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Data Analysis Australia.
Improvements in non-response adjustments for complex longitudinal survey data
Prof Michele Haynes
- Non-response in longitudinal surveys
Watson, N., and Wilkins, R. (2015). Design Matters: The Impact of CAPI on Interview Length. Field Methods, 27, 3: 244-264.
Watson, N. (2014). Evaluation of Weighting Methods to Integrate a Top-Up Sample with an Ongoing Longitudinal Sample. Survey Research Methods, 8, 3: 195-208.
Watson, N., and Wooden, M. (2014). Re-Engaging with Survey Non-Respondents: Evidence from Three Household Panels. Journal of Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 177, 2: 499-522.
Schonlau, M., Kroh, M., and Watson, N. (2013). The Implementation of Cross-Sectional Weights in Household Panel Surveys. Statistics Surveys, 7: 37-57.
Watson, N. and Starick, R. (2011). Evaluation of Alternative Income Imputation Methods for a Longitudinal Survey. Journal of Official Statistics, 27, 4: 693-715.
Schonlau, M., Watson, N. and Kroh, M. (2011). Household Survey Panel: How Much do Following Rules Affect Sample Size. Survey Research Methods, 5, 2: 53-61.
Watson, N., and Wooden, M. (2010). The HILDA Survey: Progress and Future Developments. The Australian Economic Review, 43: 326-336.
Watson, N., Wooden, M. (2009). Identifying Factors Affecting Longitudinal Survey Response. In P. Lynn (ed.), Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 157-181.
Watson, N., and Wooden, M. (2004). The HILDA Survey Four Years On. Australian Economic Review, 37: 343-349.
Watson, N., and Wooden, M. (2004). Sample Attrition in the HILDA Survey. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 7: 293-308.
- Bachelor of Science, University of Western Australia
- Grad Dip Management Science, University of Canberra
- Master of Medical Statistics, University of Newcastle
- Grad Cert International and Community Development, Deakin University