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Dr. Tatiana Karabchuk

Survey Methodology Consultant

Tatiana Karabchuk started her academic career in 2002 and got her PhD in economic sociology in 2009 from National Research University Higher School of Economics and in 2012 Post Graduate Degree in Higher Education from London School of Economics and Political Science. Currently Tatiana is an associate professor of economic sociology, Department of Government and Society, CHSS, UAE University, Editorial Member of the journal ‘Social Forces’ as well as consultant on survey methodlogy with CAB. Being active researcher Tatiana hash-index 16 and 1126 Google Scholar Citations. Ranked #1 in the UAE in Demographic Studies (AD Scientific Index, World Scientist and University Rankings 2022). Tatiana actively participated in more than 40 research projects, successfully completed 15 research grants as the Principal Investigator. The research interests cover survey research methodology, migration, youth studies, labor market studies, demography, subjective well-being, happiness, job stability and fertility, labor migration, gender equality values, marriage, family formation and cross-country comparative sociology. Tatiana authored more than 35 academic articles in peer-reviewed journals in the field of social sciences, including such top-ranked journals as Repriductive Health, Journal of Family and Marriage, International Migration Journal, European Journal of Higher Education, Higher Education Quarterly, Post-Soviet Affairs, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Journal of Happiness Studies, Mind & Society, Current Psychology and etc. Previously Tatiana worked for 15 years at National Research University Higher School of Economics as deputy head of the international research center and associate professor. Tatiana has been an active member of WAPOR from 2012 and its conference chair for 2019-2022. Tatiana was a visiting researcher at IOS Regensburg (Germany), GESIS EUROLAB (Germany), Population Centre of the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, USA), at Institute for Economic Research at Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo, Japan), and at the Institute for Survey Research at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, USA).