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Seminar on New Frontiers for Statistical Data Collection

31 October - 2 November 2012

Geneva, Switzerland

The meeting took place in the Palais des Nations, Salle VII

For further information and developments following this seminar, please visit the data collection wiki space.

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Use of Commercial Data in the German business Register

Susanne Maus and Roland Sturm, Federal Statistical Office, Germany

 

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Withdrawn

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An Investigation into Using Google Trends as an Administrative Data Source in ONS

Daniel Ayoubkhani, Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom

 

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Optimal Survey Strategies in the Multivariate Multidomain Context With Multiple Sources of Administrative Information Covering Different Population Subsets

Piero Demetrio Falorsi, Stefano Falorsi and Paolo Righi, Italian National Institute of Statistics

 

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Mobile Positioning as a Possible Data Source For International Travel Service Statistics

Januus Kroon, Bank of Estonia

 

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Innovation at Statistics Netherlands

Barteld Braaksma, Nico Heerschap, Marko Roos and Marleen Verbruggen, Statistics Netherlands

 

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Designing Methods for Rapid Data Collection at a Low Cost

Arie Aharon, Israel Central Bureau of Statistics

 

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How can we utilize apps and smart phone technology in future data collection?

Trond Båshus, Hilde Degerdal, Rune Gløersen, Dag Gravem and Øyvin Kleven, Statistics Norway

 

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New Solutions, Challenges, and Opportunities: CAPI the NASS Way

David D. Kleweno and Pamela K. Hird, United States Department of Agriculture/National Agricultural Statistics Service

 

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A Quality Monitoring System for Statistics Based on Administrative Data

Predrag Ćetković, Stefan Humer, Mathias Moser, Matthias Schnetzer, Statistics Austria and Manuela Lenk, Eliane Schwerer, Vienna University of Economics and Business

 

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New Conceptual and IT Frameworks for Statistics in the National Bank of Georgia

Nana Aslamazishvili, National Bank of Georgia

 

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Rationalising Data Collection: Automated Data Collection from Enterprises

Juha-Pekka Konttinen, Statistics Finland

 

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Towards a Modern Electronic Data Collection System

György Benoist, Hungarian Central Statistical Office

 

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Legal and Institutional Aspects Regarding the Use of New Data Sources in Official Statistics of Azerbaijan

Gasim Aliyev and Aynur Sultanova, State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan

 

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Realising the Statistical Potential of Administrative Data

John Dunne and John Hayes, Central Statistics Office, Ireland

 

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Beyond 2011 - the Future of Population Statistics

Alistair Calder and Andy Teague, Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom

 

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The Statistical Data Warehouse: a Central Data Hub, Integrating New Data Sources and Statistical Output

Harry Goosens, Statistics Netherlands

 

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A Systematic and Strategic System for Data Collection Management at Statistics Norway

Bengt Oscar Lagerstrøm and Bente Thomassen, Statistics Norway

 

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Data Collection in the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Current Employment Statistics Survey

Kenneth W. Robertson and Julie Hatch-Maxfield, Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States of America

 

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Organizational Challenges Using Mixed Modes

Jeroen van Velzen and Hank Hermans, Statistics Netherlands

 

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Improving the Quality of Data Collection: Minimum Requirements For Generalised Software Independent from the Mode

M.Murgia and A.Nunnari, Italian National Institute of Statistics

 

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Usage of Administrative Data Within Data Collection

Olivier Goddeeris, National Statistical Institute, Belgium

 

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Mixed Mode by Importing Accounting Data into Structural Business Statistics Web Questionnaires

Johan Erikson, Statistics Sweden

 

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2010 Population and Housing Census: Planning, Control and Follow-Up

Elsa Resano Pérez, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía, Mexico

 

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Adding a Mode as a Final Step in the Follow-up of a Panel Survey

Anton Johansson and Birgitta Göransson, Statistics Sweden

 

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ESSnet Project on Data Collection for Social Surveys Using Multi Modes (DCSS)

Karen Blanke, German Federal Statistical Office and Annemieke Luiten, Statistics Netherlands

 

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Data Collection in the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

Mojca Noč Razinger in consultation with Tatjana Novak, Bojan Vovk, Irena Krizman, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

 

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Moving to Common Survey Tools and Processes: the ABS Experience

Jenine Borowik, Adrian Bugg and Brent Ross, Australian Bureau of Statistics

 

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Statistics Estonia on its Way to Improving Efficiency

Tuulikki Sillajõe, Statistics Estonia

 

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Electronic Questionnaire Collection at Statistics Canada

Milana Karaganis and Marc St-Denis, Statistics Canada

 

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The Future of Statistical Data Collection? Challenges and Opportunities

Johan Erikson, Statistics Sweden, Gustav Haraldsen, Statistics Norway, Ger Snijkers, Statistics Netherlands.

 

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Results of survey on organization of data collection in National Statistical Offices of participating countries

Fiona Willis-Núñez, UNECE

 

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Future UNECE work activities relating to data collection

Steven Vale, UNECE

 

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