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Final programme

Update (Oct 18th, 2017): Presentation slides from authors who agreed to publish them have been uploaded.


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30THURSDAY, AUGUST 31FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

09:00

Welcome and practical information

09:00

Session 6: Price indices/big data

09:00

Session 10: Nonresponse (with a panel discussion)

09:05

Session 1: Sampling design

Chair: Thomas Zimmermann


Chair: Li-Chun Zhang

  • Mojca Noc Razinger: Surveys on prices at the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
    Paper Presentation
  • Wesley Yung: Use of Scanner Data for the Consumer Price Index at Statistics Canada
    Paper
  • Li-Chun Zhang: Testing scanner data price indices
  • Jorge Aramendi: Automatic hotel prices collection on the Internet for a tourism survey  
    Paper
  • Tomasz Klimanek: Big data techniques for supplementing statistical business registers
    Paper

Chair and moderator: Paul Smith

  • Panel discussion
    • Dan Hedlin: Does nonresponse in business surveys matter?
      Paper
    • Per Gösta Andersson: "Optimal" calibration weights under nonresponse
      Paper
  • Javier San Vicente Alfambra: Donor selection by multiple tree-based models 
    Paper

09:45

Session 11: Modernization and systems

Chair: Paul Smith

  • Daniela Ravindra: Alternative Ways of Assessing Confidentiality of Economic Statistics at Statistics Canada
    Paper Presentation
  • Gary Brown: Transformation of ONS business surveys
    Paper Presentation
  • Anders Wallgren: Business statistics and national accounts - what strategy and methods should we adopt?
    Paper

10:35

Coffee

10:40

Coffee

10:50

Coffee

11:05

Session 2: Communication in data collection (part I)

Chair: Gustav Haraldsen

  • Margreet Geurden-Slis: The effect of communication measures for the survey on international trade in goods
    Paper Presentation
  • Ger Snijkers: Questionnaire communication to collect financial data from large non-financial enterprises
    Paper
  • Gustav Haraldsen: Response burden and response quality in business surveys
    Paper

11:10

Session 7: Response burden, part II - sample coordination

Chair: Desislava Nedyalkova

  • Marc Smeets: Sampling coordination for business surveys at Statistics Netherlands
    Paper Presentation
  • Ronan Le Gleut: Sample coordination and response burden for business surveys
    Paper Presentation
  • Annika Lindblom: A tool for sample selection to be used in a standardised production process
    Paper Presentation

 

11:05

Session 12: Closing session

Chair: Boris Lorenc

  • Unit Problem statement paper, discussion
    Paper
  • Looking ahead and closure

12:20

Lunch

12:20

Lunch

12:15

Workshop closes

13:30

Session 2: Communication in data collection (part II)

Chair: Gustav Haraldsen

  • Jordan Stewart: Paradata as an aide to questionnaire design
    Paper
  • Boris Lorenc: Embedded editing: Is there a limit?
    Paper

13:30

Session 8: Communication with users/visualisation

Chair: Mojca Bavdaž

  • Jose Vila: Behavioural levers to enhance data visualisation
    Paper Presentation
  • Irena Bolko: User aspects of data visualization in official statistics
    Paper
  • Jorge Camoes: User aspects of data visualization in official statistics
    Paper
  • Robert Fry: Fake news, alternative facts, and National Statistics
    Link to the presentation

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:15

Session 3: Response burden, part I - measurement and management

Chair: Desislava Nedyalkova

  • Adam Tucker: Measuring, managing and reporting respondent burden at ONS
    Paper
  • Alenka Martinuč: What is the most appropriate way to measure response burden?
    Paper Presentation
  • Desislava Nedyalkova: Response burden measurement and the Swiss coordination system
    Paper Presentation

15:25

Session 4: Poster session (and Coffee)

  • Javier San Vicente Alfambra: Donor selection by multiple tree-based models
    Paper
  • Jorge Aramendi: Automatic hotel prices collection on the Internet for a tourism survey
    Paper
  • Boris Lorenc: Embedded editing: Is there a limit?
    Paper

15:10

Session 4: Poster session (cont'd) (and Coffee)

  • Javier San Vicente Alfambra: Donor selection by multiple tree-based models
    Paper
  • Jorge Aramendi: Automatic hotel prices collection on the Internet for a tourism survey
    Paper
  • Boris Lorenc: Embedded editing: Is there a limit?
    Paper

16:00

Session 5: Units, part I - conceptual

Chair: Boris Lorenc

  • Roland Sturm: “The unit problem” – what can the statistical business register contribute?
    Paper
  • Olivier Haag: Combining different statistical units for quality improvement of the statistics
    Paper Presentation
  • Johan Lammers: Improves on profiling Enterprises
    Paper Presentation

15:50

Session 9: Units, part II - operational (linking)

Chair: Boris Lorenc

  • Arnout van Delden: Issues when integrating data sets with different unit types
    Paper Presentation
  • Daniela Ichim: On building statistical indicators at labour market area level
    Paper Presentation

 

Informal ENBES discussion

 

20:00

Social event: workshop dinner at The Vestry, 61 Commercial Road, Southampton

http://www.thevestryrestaurantandbar.co.uk/

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