SRAM-CARMA Research Methods Workshop Series: Multilevel Analysis

Date: Time: 9:30 am–4:00 pm
College of Business Room: CoB 010
Hawks Hall
Lincoln NE
Contact: Renae Reis, 402-472-7758,
Led by Dr. Nikos Dimotakis, assistant professor of management, this workshop is the second of three in a series on multilevel analysis hosted by the Survey Research and Methodology Program (SRAM) and the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA).

Organizational research has adopted an increasingly sophisticated focus on levels of analysis. Whether its people within teams, organizations within industries, or workdays within people, multilevel approaches can both help produce more robust analyses as well as provide unique insights. This workshop is aimed at examining the conceptual and empirical underpinnings of these approaches, and offers a chance to practice multilevel data analysis and to get help with a particular analytical problem.

Participants will bring a dataset of interest and will have an opportunity to discuss any analytical challenges faced with the group and the facilitator. Participants will also be able to practice common analytical approaches and get feedback on their analyses.

Each workshop is free, and lunch is provided to those who attend. Pre-registration is required separately for each (for accurate lunch plans and room classroom arrangement). Send an email to Barbara Rolfes (SRAM office) at to reserve your spot. You are invited to attend all or each session individually, as your interests and schedules allow.

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