Current Trends in Survey Statistics

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This conference on Current Trends in Survey Statistics will take place at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 13-16 August 2019.

This conference on the "Current Trends in Survey Statistics" would showcase the recent progress in the broad field of analysis of survey data, by putting a special emphasis on emerging areas dedicated to solve problems posed by the advances in data collection and computational techniques. It would also investigate the future directions of growth in these areas of interest. A partial list of subtopics to be discussed are:

Small Area Estimation
Data confidentiality
Record Linkage and Entity Resolution
Synthetic Data and Statistical Disclosure Limitation
Big Data and Survey Sampling
Big data in Official Statistics
Multiple Imputation Techniques
Computational Social Science and Digital Humanities
Longitudinal Survey
Poverty Mapping
Microsimulation Models
Social Networks
Survey in the Developing World

This conference is a part of a broader programme on "Statistical Data Integration", to be held in the Institute for Mathematical Science, National University of Singapore, from 5 to 16 August 2019. The broader programme would also include a "Workshop on Statistical Data Integration" to be held from 5 to 8 August 2019.

The conference is a satellite to the 62nd ISI World Statistics Congress, to be held in Kuala Lumpur from 18 to 23 August 2019.

The broader programme is partially supported Institute for Mathematical Science, National University of Singapore and is endorsed by the International Association for Survey Statisticians.

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