Dr. Edgar Treischl
Edgar is a postdoctoral research assistant at the Chair of Empirical Economic Sociology, at the University Erlangen-Nürnberg. He studied sociology at the University of Munich, where he graduated in 2013 with a degree in Sociology, focusing on quantitative methods and educational research. He attained his PhD at the University of Mannheim as a part of the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS). Between 2013 and 2015 he worked at the University of Munich as a research assistant at Norman Braun’s chair of quantitative social research (now Katrin Auspurg), where he was also responsible for the quality management and teaching evaluation as a member of the dean of studies Josef Brüderl. Before he went to Nuremberg, he worked as research assistant at the Chair Statistics and Methodology (Frauke Kreuter and Florian Keusch) and as project team member (Tobias Wolbring) at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES).
- Treischl, E., & Wolbring, T. (2020). Wirkungsevaluation: Grundlagen, Standards, Beispiele. Weinheim Basel: Beltz Juventa.
- Treischl, E. (2019). Selection Effects in Students’ Evaluation of Teaching. Methodological Pitfalls for the Measurement of Teaching Quality (Dissertation).
- Treischl, E., & Wolbring, T. (2017). The Causal Effect of Survey Mode on Students’ Evaluations of Teaching: Empirical Evidence from Three Field Experiments. Research in Higher Education, 58(8), 904–921. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11162-017-9452-4
- Treischl, E., & Wolbring, T. (2017). Studentische Lehrveranstaltungsevaluation: Grundlagen, Befunde, methodische Fallstricke. In Handbuch Qualität in Studium und Lehre..
- Wolbring, T., & Treischl, E. (2016). Selection Bias in Students' Evaluation of Teaching:Causes of Student Absenteeism and Its Consequences for Course Ratings and Rankings. Research in Higher Education, 57, 51–71. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11162-015-9378-7
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