Dr Thees Spreckelsen
- Lecturer in Research Methods (Sociology)
I am lecturer for research methods at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow. Previously I was "Lecturer for Evidence-based Quantitative Methods" and "Research Fellow for Quantitative Methods" at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford. Prior to that I have been lecturer in Quantitative Sociology at the University of Kent (Canterbury, UK) and a post-doctoral research officer at the Centre for Evidence-Based Intervention and the Oxford Institute of Social Policy at the at the University of Oxford.
Research methods in the social sciences and public health, particularly survey research methods, experimental and quasi-experimental methods for the evaluation (particularly matching methods); research transparency and replication; research on EU migration, employment and labour market integration; social determinants of health; R and Stata programming.
- PGT Research Design (SPS5034) (co-convenor with Dr Phillipa Wiseman)
- Q-Step: Quantitative Methods 2: Analysing Your Social World (SPS2001)
- Q-Step: Advanced Regression (SPS4004)