Series of invited lectures
Susanne Rassler, University of Bamberg , Germany
The analysis of survey data with non-response (4 lectures). Abstract
Literature recommended to be read in advance of the lectures:
Rässler, S., Rubin, D.B., Zell, E.R. (2008). Incomplete Data in Epidemiology and Medical
Statistics, Handbook of Statistics 27: Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, Rao, C.R., Miller,
J.P., Rao, D.C. (eds.) Elsiver, 569-601.
Special invited lectures
- Daniel Thorburn, University of Stockholm , Sweden
Bayesian methods in survey statistics. Abstract
- Danute Krapavickaite and Aleksandras Plikusas, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Lithuania and Statistics Lithuania
Teaching survey sampling theory and methodology in Lithuania. Presentation
- Olga Vasylyk, National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Teaching survey sampling theory and methodology - with a Ukrainian perspective. Abstract
- Martins Liberts, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, and Janis Lapins, Bank of Latvia
Survey sampling methodology in official statistics in Latvia. Presentations by Martins & Janis
- Nataliya Vlasenko, State Statistics Committee of Ukraine
The role of sample surveys in the statistical activity of Ukraine
- Volodymyr Sarioglo, Institute for Demography and Social Research , Ukraine
Survey sampling methodology in social research. Abstract
A large part of the scientific programme is devoted to reports by participants on their current research or applications in survey statistics, to be followed by discussion.
All participants are invited to present a contributed paper in English. The paper should be 4-8 pages in length and prepared with the Word template or the LaTex template. It should be submitted to email@example.com before June 7, 2009 .
The book with contributed papers will be given to the participants upon arrival.
For each contributed paper we shall invite one or two participants to be discussant.
The programme will contain a session with round-table discussions on some important topics in survey statistics. Each participant can choose one of the topics. Possible topics are
- Estimation for domains and small areas
- Analysis of survey data with non-response
- Teaching of survey sampling theory and methodology
- Survey sampling methodology in official statistics