Videometric measurement of individual characteristics in difficult to access subject pools: Demonstrating with ceos

Aaron D. Hill, Oleg V. Petrenko, Jason W. Ridge, Federico Aime

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Abstract

This work describes and demonstrates a novel measurement system refered to as videometrics. Videometrics uses third-party ratings of video samples to assess individuals’ characteristics with psychometrically validated instruments of the measures of interest. Videometrics is argued to help ensure valid measurement in difficult to access subject pools, offering substantial promise for future research. This work explains the methodology and demonstrates the applicability and validity of videometrics in multiple studies in the context of a difficult to access subject pool chief executive officers (CEOs). Finally, the applicability of the method to samples for which lack of access to individuals of interest has limited empirical investigation is discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)39-61
Number of pages23
JournalResearch Methodology in Strategy and Management
Volume11
DOIs
StatePublished - 2019

Keywords

  • CEO characteristics
  • Difficult to access subjects
  • Survey
  • Unobtrusive measurement
  • Upper echelons
  • Videometric measurement

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