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Karol Krotki

Senior Research Statistician

Karol Krotki, PhD, joined RTI in 2004, specializing in survey research, social science data analysis, international studies, and demography. He is known nationally for his work in survey sampling, random-digit-dial telephone sampling, weighting, and alternative methods of survey design such as Internet panels. Dr. Krotki has held a number of honorary positions such as president of the Washington Statistical Society (2007-2010) and in 2008 was elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association. He has a number of publications and presentations to his credit, has held a variety of teaching positions, and is fluent in four languages.


PhD, Sociology–Population Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; MA, Mathematical Statistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; BSc, Mathematics, McGill University.

Latest Publications

Measuring Treatment Coverage for Neglected Tropical Disease Control Programs: Analysis of a Survey Design — American Journal of Epidemiology
Baker, M.C., Krotki, K., Sankara, D.P., Trofimovich, L., Zoerhoff, K.L., Courtney, L., Chowdhury, D., & Linehan, M. (Jul 2013)
Is ABS a Viable Alternative to RDD?
Krotki, K.P., Peytchev, A., & Augustine, C. (Aug 2010)
Using Stratification Trends to Keep Tobacco Products out of the Hands of Minors
McNerney, V.G., Cummiskey, C., & Krotki, K. (Aug 2010)
Employee assistance program services for intimate partner violence and client satisfaction with these services — Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Pollack, K.M., Mckay, T., Cummiskey, C., Clinton-Sherrod, A.M., Lindquist, C.H., Lasater, B.M., Walters, J.L.H., Krotki, K., et al. (Aug 2010)
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