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Session 1: Centralising data collection (Session chaired by Ms Jenine Borowik, Australian Bureau of Statistics)

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Links Between Centralisation of Data Collection and Survey Integration in the Context of the Industrialisation of Statistical Production. Fernando Reis (Eurostat)

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Process and Content Standardization for Data Collection. Olga Laveda and Eric Dery (International Monetary Fund)

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Centralising data collection in Statistics Canada. Lise Rivais, Marc St-Denis and Susan Lensen (Statistics Canada)

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Creating a Data Collection Department: Statistics Portugal's Experience. Paulo Saraiva dos Santos and Almiro Moreira (Statistics Portugal)

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Ten Years of Centralised Data Collection. Tuulikki Sillajõe (Statistics Estonia)

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Accelerating the Centralisation of Data Collection at the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Jenine Borowik, Adrian Bugg and Bruce Fraser (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

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Session 2: Managing data collection functions in a changing environment (Session chaired by Ms Tuulikki Sillajõe, Statistics Estonia and Ms Amy White, Statistics New Zealand)

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Agile Project Management in the Process of Data Collection. Albert Kjellström (Statistics Sweden)

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Meeting Data Collection Challenges in a Changing Environment. Adeline Ng and Yap Huixiang (Singapore Ministry of Manpower)

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Addressing the Challenge of Producing European Comparable Data Using Administrative Data. Mihaela Agafiţei and Sorina Vâju (Eurostat)

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Increasing Efficiency in Data Collection Processes. Arie Aharon (Israel Central Bureau of Statistics)

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Data Collection Strategy in the New Informational Environment. Nana Aslamazishvili (National Bank of Georgia)

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6Statistics New Zealand Navigates Towards Online Data Collection: Planning and Implementing an Internet-Based Survey. Emma Mawby, Helen Smith and Colin Hewat (Statistics New Zealand) WP.13Slides
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The Business Statistical Portal: a New Way of Organizing and Managing Data Collection Processes for Business Surveys in ISTAT. Natale Renato Fazio, Manuela Murgia and Andrea Nunnari (ISTAT)

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Session 3: Improving the respondent experience (Session chaired by Mr Hank Hermans, Statistics Netherlands)

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Managing Perceived Response Burden: Why and How – Experiences from the Netherlands. Deirdre Giesen and Barbara Berkenbosch (Statistics Netherlands)

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Communication Strategy to Reduce Non-Response in Enterprise Surveys at the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. Eva Belak and Mojca Noč Razinger (Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia)

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Understanding the Respondent – a Key to Improving our Data Collection Strategies? Anton Johansson (Statistics Sweden)

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4Specific Features of the Organization of Interaction with Respondents During the Transition to Centralized Electronic Data Reporting. Vadim Bogush (National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus)WP.19Slides
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Improved Respondent Experience and Quality Through Feedback. Anneli Ström (Statistics Sweden)

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Improving the Respondent Experience in the United Kingdom. Debra Prestwood (United Kingdom Office for National Statistics)

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Session 4: Multiple modes of data collection (Session chaired by Mr Johan Erikson, Statistics Sweden and Mr John Eltinge, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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Mixed-Mode Data Collection – Recent Developments at Statistics Netherlands. Barry Schouten and Gabriël van Dam (Statistics Netherlands)

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The Philosophy of French Experiments on Internet and Mixed-Mode Data Collection. Tiaray Razafindranovona and Gaël de Peretti (INSEE) and Alexis Barrau (ENS Cachan)

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Mixed Mode in the Data Collection of SBS Statistics Within Statistics Sweden. Caisa Bergman , Anna-Greta Erikson and Cecilia Hertzman (Statistics Sweden)

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Analysis of Non-Response in the ESS – State of Play, State of the Art and Some Guidelines for Improvement. Martin Karlberg and Pilar Rey del Castillo (Eurostat)

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ESSnet on Data Collection for Social Surveys Using Multi Modes (DCSS). Karen Blanke (Destatis, Federal Statistical Office, Germany)

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Session 5: Integration and management of new data sources (Session chaired by Mr John Dunne, Central Statistics Office Ireland)

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Revolutionizing Censuses and Demographic & Social Statistics with Administrative Sources. Lars Thygesen (Statistics Denmark)

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The Potential Use of Administrative Records and 'Alternative' Data Sources for Population and Socio-Demographic Statistics in the United Kingdom. Martin Ralphs, Jane Naylor and Susan Williams (United Kingdom Office for National Statistics)

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Exploration of Electricity Usage Data From Smart Meters to Investigate Household Composition. Paula Carroll, Michael Hanley and Tadgh Murphy (University College Dublin), and John Dunne (Central Statistics Office Ireland)

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4Big Data for Official Statistics: Strategies and Some Initial European Applications. Martin Karlberg and Michail Skaliotis (Eurostat)WP.30Slides
5Big Data, Big Impact? Peter Struijs and Piet Daas (Statistics Netherlands)WP.31Slides

 

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Keynote address: data collection as part of an international modernisation programme for statistical production. Mr Steven Vale (UNECE Statistical Division), on behalf of the High Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and Services

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