Paul CartonVice President of Research, ChangeWave
About Paul Carton
Paul Carton, Ph.D., is Vice President of Research at ChangeWave Research. Dr. Carton co-founded the ChangeWave Research operation in 2000 and oversees all of its components, including data analysis and research report writing. Dr. Carton has an extensive background in online survey research and the development of Internet research communities.
Prior to joining ChangeWave Research in 2000, he worked as a survey researcher and consultant for the Boston-based firm of Marttila and Kiley, Inc. He was also Vice President of Research and Management Systems Inc., where he helped develop some of the first Internet communities for research and education in the US.
Dr. Carton’s research has been published in a wide range of journals and publications including Nieman Reports (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Nieman Foundation at Harvard University), Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies (Washington, DC) and Future Choices, (Washington, DC: Youth Policy Institute) — along with hundreds of news media publications.
He holds a Ph.D. in Policy Analysis from the School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo.
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