Nominations open for Cochran-Hansen Prize


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 17 December 2012
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Nominations are now open for the Cochran-Hansen Prize, aimed at young statisticians from developing countries. The award is given every two years to the most outstanding paper on survey research methods.

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The prize was established in 1999 by the International Association of Survey Statisticians upon its 25th anniversary, which consists of books and journals to the value of approximately €500 as well as travel and living expenses to the ISI World Congress in Hong Kong next year, where the winning paper will be presented.

Criteria for participants include a birth date from 1971 and the paper must be an unpublished work but may contain material from a university thesis. The deadline for submissions is 15th February 2013.

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