In the LISS Call 2022, researchers affiliated with one of the ODISSEI member organisations can apply for free data collection through the LISS panel and for funding for a project that expands the LISS panel data with CBS microdata.
The LISS panel, managed by Centerdata, consists of some 7,500 individuals from approximately 5,000 households. It is based on a true probability sample of households drawn from the population register in cooperation with CBS.
The call offers financing for four regular projects with each a net response of 2,500 respondents and 10 minutes of panel time, which implies about 25-30 items for simple questions. In case more respondents are requested or needed, the required panel time needs to be cut down. In addition, there is funding available for one project that intends to combine LISS panel data with CBS microdata.
Consortia of researchers (a group of researchers from different departments and various backgrounds) can also submit a proposal. To be considered a consortium, the applicants need to submit a proposal on behalf of at least 3 different departments/ organisations and, preferably, 2 different disciplines of social sciences. In case of a successful application, the consortia will be eligible for 5 additional minutes of the panel time (on top of the 10 minutes mentioned above). Moreover, the questionnaire will be administered to the entire LISS panel (instead of net 2,500 respondents).
The deadline for submitting proposals is 23 September, 2022, 15.00 hours.
On 2 June, ODISSEI and Centerdata will hold an information event for those who want to learn more about the LISS panel and those who consider applying for this year’s LISS grant.