2012 IAOS Prize for Young Statisticians

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  • Date: 13 August 2012

The IAOS has announced the results for the 2012 IAOS Prize for Young Statisticians.

The results are:

First Prize: Exploratory Analysis of the Patterns of Missing Data in the UIS Education Database; Miguel Ibanez Salinas; UNESCO

Second Prize: Elementary Aggregate Indices and Lower Level Substitution Bias; Duncan Elliott (primary), Joseph Winton, and Robert O‘Neill; United Kingdom

Third Prize : A Case Against the Skip Statement; Samuel Spencer; Australia

The deadline for submitting papers for the 2013 comeptition is 28 February 2013. Please see the IAOS website for more information about who is eligible to compete and how to submit a paper.

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