Doctoral StudentDepartment of Political
About Elias Markstedt
Doctoral candidate in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Affiliated with the Gothenburg Research Program on Pregnancy and Politics and the SOM Institute. The SOM Institute is a university-based research organization and a national infrastructure for survey data that administers the Swedish Citizen Panel.
My work centers on gender and politics, political behavior, and survey methodology, with a particular focus on the gender-specific impact of significant life events on political attentiveness, knowledge, and attitudes.
Between 2011 and 2018, I worked for the SOM Institute and the Laboratory of Opinion Research (LORE) as a survey manager.
Invitation Timing and Participation Rates in Online Panels: Findings From Two Survey
Gender gaps in political attitudes revisited: the conditional influence of non-binary gender on left–right ideology and GAL-TAN
The subjective meaning of gender: how survey designs affect perceptions of femininity and
Does extreme political ideology predict conspiracy beliefs, economic evaluations and political trust? Evidence from
Does transition to parenthood affect gender traits? The Effect of Pregnancy on Perceived Female and Male
Elin Naurin, Elias Markstedt, Dietlind Stolle, Helen Elden, Verena Sengpiel, Karolina Lindén
the 114th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Boston August 30 – September 2, 2018 - 2018-01-01
The Moderating Effect of Categorical and Non-Categorical Gender on Political Attitudes”: Evidence from
Charting and challenging digital media convergence practice and rhetoric through longitudinal media population
A. W. Stenport, Elias Markstedt, M. Crain
Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies - 2014-01-01
Investigating the effects of questionnaire design and question characteristics on respondent
Elias Markstedt, Frida Vernersdotter
Prepared for the AAPOR Annual Conference 2013, Boston, May 16-19 - 2013-01-01
A Tradeoff Between Quality and Quantity. An Examination of the Negative Relationship Between Unit and Item Non-Response in Survey