Survey Research & Evaluation
Survey Research & Evaluation grew out of a spin-off from Humboldt University in Berlin and its Centre for Social Research, founded by Bernd Wegener in 1995. Besides survey and evaluation research, the institute engages in studies in architectural sociology and sustainable housing.
Find information about Bernd Wegener here.
Backed by own methodological research, Survey Research & Evaluation is well-experienced in the application of all sorts of social sciences methods: conceptualising, implementing and analysing evaluation studies, we perform media and social research projects on the highest academic level.
Survey Research & Evaluation covers the full range of applications in conventional and cutting-edge social science methodology.
Evaluation is to systematically assess programmes and interventions using standard social research methods in order to ascertain the degree of achievement in regard to specified aims.
The research group Sustainable Housing is dedicated to studies in architectural sociology that address the determining factors of housing wellbeing from a sustainability point of view.