Centre for Comparative Social Surveys
Established in 2003, the Centre for Comparative Social Surveys specialises in the design, implementation and analysis of cross-national survey data.
The Centre for Comparative Social Surveys is host to the European Social Survey (ESS), a multi-nation initiative designed to monitor and explain trends in attitudes, beliefs and values across countries in Europe (and its close neighbours). Since 2013 the ESS has been established as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC).
In addition to overseeing the day-to-day implementation of the ESS, staff within the Centre for Comparative Social Surveys are involved in a wide range of research projects involving the ESS. Find out more about this research here.