Selma Korlat

Selma received a MA Degree in Psychology at the University of Sarajevo. Her research interest are in experimental social psychology with focus on negative effects of stereotypes. Her field of interest also includes quantitative/qualitative research methods and statistical data analysis. As a research associate, she was engaged in several academic research projects.

Author's publications

Politics and Standards

Big data in the service of policy making

Author: Selma Korlat
Taking into consideration the trend of opening and generating large amounts of data, the new digital era is considered to be a renaissance period of evidence-based policy making. Thus, the aim of this text is to point to the benefits of using the big data in policy making, given that the analysis... More...
Experience and Practice

Saša Madacki: The question of data archives in our country is still at the bottom of the list of priorities

Author: Selma Korlat
During 2012 and 2013, Saša Madacki was part of the SERSCIDA project, which aimed to examine the potentials and to support the creation of national / regional research data archives in the field of social sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Therefore, we took the opportunity to talk to Mr... More...
Experience and Practice

Brian Kleiner: Each country should have the infrastructure needed to manage and preserve data produced within its borders

Author: Selma Korlat
Interview conducted by Selma Korlat, March 2017. The Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences FORS is a national centre of expertise in the social sciences and serves researchers in Switzerland and abroad . FORS aims to promote a research culture of data sharing and secondary analysis for... More...