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Scientific Programme

Proceedings (pdf file here)

Scientific and Social Programme (download pdf file here)

Monday 22 August

Venue


Arrival

Delta Centre

Delta lobby

Narva Str. 18

16:00 - 19:30Registration desk open

Meeting point:
Delta lobby

17:00

Guided city walk -- Colours and tales of „Soup Town“,  an oldest cozy slum near the very centre of Tartu

Delta Café

19:30

Welcome Party
Tuesday 23 August




8:00−9:00

Registration desk open

Delta Centre

Room 1021
9:00 - 9:15

Opening

Imbi Traat (University of Tartu) Chair of Organizing Committee

Room 10219:15−10:00

Session 1 Invited lecture Chair Imbi Traat

Helle Visk (University of Tartu): Households and dwellings for register-based census: a graph-based approach


10:00−10:30Refreshments
Room 102110:30−12:00

Session 2 Contributed papers Chair Milda Šličkutė-Šeštokienė

Kristi Lehto (Statistics Estonia), Imbi Traat (University of Tartu): Mixed-mode Census survey in Estonia

Discussant: Iryna Rozora (Taras Shevchenko National Univesity of Kyiv) (online)

Evija Dundure (University of Latvia), Biruta Sloka (University of Latvia): Organisation of survey on financial literacy aspects related to voluntary pension savings and challenges in the realisation of the survey

Discussant: Anastasiia Volkova (University of Helsinki)

Kaja Sõstra (Statistics Estonia): Compilation of activity status and employment variables in Estonian register-based census

Discussant: Tomas Rudys (Statistics Lithuania)

Room 102112:00 - 12:45

Session 3 Invited lecture Chair Andrius Čiginas

Henri Luomaranta (Statistics Finland):  Nowcasting with STS surveys: the Machine Learning approach (abstract) and paper


12:45−14:00Lunch
Room 102114:00−14:45

Session 4 Invited lecture Chair Maria Valaste

Baiba Zukula (Statistics Latvia), Jānis Jukāms (Statistics Latvia): The Population Census 2021 in Latvia


14:45−15:00Break
Room 102115:00−16:30

Session 5 Keynote lecture Chair Risto Lehtonen

Jean-François Beaumont (Statistics Canada): Making inferences from non-probability samples through data integration (online)


16:30−17:00 Refreshments
Room 102117:00−17:45

Session 6 Invited lecture Chair Vilma Nekrašaitė-Liegė

Luis Castro-Martín (Andalusian School of Public Health), María del Mar Rueda (University of Granada), Carmen Sánchez-Cantalejo (Andalusian School of Public Health), Ramón Ferri-García (speaker) (University of Granada), Jorge Hidalgo Calderón (University of Granada), Andrés Cabrera (Andalusian School of Public Health): Reweighting with machine learning techniques in panel surveys. Application to the Health Care and Social Survey

Room 1021

17:45−18:15

Milda Šličkutė-Šeštokienė (Statistics Lithuania): Register-based Census in Lithuania

Discussant: Sigita Purona-Sida (University of Latvia, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia) Jānis Jukāms (Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia)



(Steering Committee meeting)

Wednesday 24 August



Room 10219:00 - 9:45

Session 7 Keynote lecture Chair Danutė Krapavickaitė

María del Mar Rueda (University of Granada), Ramón Ferri-García (speaker) (University of Granada), Luis Castro-Martín (Andalusian School of Public Health): Non-probability surveys: a revision of methods for inference


9:45 - 10:15Refreshments
Room 102110:15 - 11:45

Session 8 Contributed papers Chair Krista Lagus

Ieva Burakauskaitė (Statistics Lithuania), Andrius Čiginas (Statistics Lithuania and Vilnius University): Non-probability sample integration in the survey of Lithuanian census

Discussant: Markus Gintas Šova (Office for National Statistics, UK) (online)

Vilma Nekrašaitė-Liegė (Statistics Lithuania and Vilnius Gediminas Technical University), Andrius Čiginas (Statistics Lithuania and Vilnius University), Danutė Krapavickaitė (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University): Usage of non-probability sample and scraped data to estimate proportions

Discussant: Tetiana Ianevych (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) (online)

Andrii Dzhoha (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), Iryna Rozora (Taras Shevchenko National Univesity of Kyiv): Sequential resource allocation under multi-armed bandit model with online clustering as side information (online)

Discussant: Helle Visk (University of Tartu)

Room 102111:45 - 12:30

Session 9 Invited lecture Chair Tomas Rudys

Beatriz Cobo (University of Granada), María del Mar Rueda (University of Granada), S. Pasadas (Institute for Advanced Social Studies, Spain), Luis Castro-Martín (Andalusian School of Public Health), Ramón Ferri-García (University of Granada): Estimation methods for integrating probability and non-probability survey samples (online)


12:30 - 13:45

GROUP PHOTO

Lunch

Delta Centre

Room 2004

13:45 - 15:45

Session 10 PC training session

Instructor: Luis Castro-Martín (University of Granada) Estimation methods for integrating probability and non-probability survey samples

NonProbEst The R package NonProbEst for estimation in non-probability surveys by M. Rueda, R. Ferri-García, L. Castro


15:45 - 16:15Refreshments

Meeting point:

ERM lobby
16:45Guided tour: ERM -- The Estonian National Museum

Thursday 25 August



Room 10219:00 - 9:45

Session 11 Invited lecture Chair Baiba Zukula

Oleksandr Gladun (Ptoukha Institute for Demography and Social Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine): Censuses in Ukraine: past and perspective


9:45 - 10:15Refreshments
Room 102110:15 - 11:45

Session 12A Contributed papers Chair Ieva Burakauskaitė

Ruslana Moskotina (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), Mykola Sydorov (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv): The relationship between the number of reminders and the proportion of full responses in online surveys (online)

Discussant: Maria Litova, (University of Helsinki)

Ovidijus Baškauskas (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University), Danutė Krapavickaitė (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University): Estimation of Income Inequality Indicators

Discussant: Evija Dundure (University of Latvia)

Yana Bondarenko (Oles Honchar Dnipro National University): Statistical Analysis with Missing Data (online)

Discussant: Andris Fisenko (Bank of Latvia)

Room 100710:15 - 11:45

Session 12B Contributed papers Chair Kaja Sõstra

Biruta Sloka (University of Latvia): Teaching aspects on surveys, on questionnaire design, on pilot survey, on sample selection and data collection using QuestionPro and obtained data analysis with SPSS

Discussant: Katja Laine (University of Helsinki)

Ilze Brante (University of Latvia) and Biruta Sloka (University of Latvia): Organisation and realisation of survey by different stakeholders (entrepreneurs, educators, students and public administrators) on work-based learning

Discussant: Tuukka Oikarinen (University of Helsinki)

Rita Vanaga (University of Latvia) and Biruta Sloka (University of Latvia): Challenges for real survey development and organisation

Discussant: Anastasiia Volkova (University of Helsinki)

Room 1021

11:45 - 12:30

Session 13 Invited lecture Chair Vilma Nekrašaitė-Liegė

Jacek Białek (University of Lodz): Scanner data – advantages, challenges, and their processing in the PriceIndices package 
(online)


12:30 - 13:45Lunch
Room 102113:45 - 14:15

EXTRA: Li-Chun Zhang (University of Southampton; Statistics Norway; University of Oslo): Introduction to the book "Graph Sampling"

Room 102114:15 - 15:00

Session 14 Invited lecture Chair Jānis Jukāms

Andrius Čiginas (Vilnius University): On design-based small area estimation

15:00 - 15:30Refreshments
Room 102115:30 - 16:15

Session 15 Keynote lecture Chair Imbi Traat

Carl-Erik Särndal (Sweden): Progress in survey science, yesterday, today, tomorrow
Room 102116:15 - 16:30

Carl-Erik Särndal: Tribute to close associates no longer with us: Jean-Claude Deville, Jan Wretman


16:30 - 16:45Break
Room 102116:45 - 18:00

Session 16 Round Table

Topic: "Model-Assisted Estimation and Calibration Methods in Survey and Official Statistics Yesterday, Today and in the Future"

Moderator Risto Lehtonen

Invited Panelists: Carl-Erik Särndal, Li-Chun Zhang, Imbi Traat, Danutė Krapavickaitė, Kaja Sõstra, Andrius Čiginas

The year 2022 is the 30th Anniversary of two milestone sources in survey statistics, Model Assisted Survey Sampling by Carl-Erik Särndal, Bengt Swensson and Jan Wretman (Springer, 1992) and Calibration Estimators in Survey Sampling by Jean-Claude Deville and Carl-Erik Särndal (JASA, 1992).

The session is organized to acknowledge the major impact of these approaches on survey statistics methodology, and especially on official statistics practice. The aim is to share experiences and future views on the methodologies in the various operating environments of the panelists and the audience.


19:00 - 21:00Farewell Party – Restoran Vilde ja Vine https://vilde.ee/gb/

Friday 26 August



NOTE CHANGE!

8:15 - 9:45

Session 17 Keynote lecture Chair Biruta Sloka

Li-Chun Zhang (University of Southampton; Statistics Norway; University of Oslo): Transforming population statistics: From census to fractional counting

Part I    8:15−9:00

Part II  9:00−9:45 


9:45 - 10:15Refreshments
Room 1021

10:15−11:45

Session 18A Contributed papers Chair Risto Lehtonen

Donatas Šlevinskas (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University): StatVillage homework

Discussant: Ilze Brante (University of Latvia)

Sigita Purona-Sida (University of Latvia, Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia): Challenges and solutions to maintaining survey response rates in Social Statistics

Discussant: Milda Šličkutė-Šeštokienė (Statistics Lithuania)

Risto Lehtonen (University of Helsinki), Ari Veijanen (University of Helsinki): Model calibration and MRP methods for small area estimation: an empirical comparison

Discussant: Ovidijus Baškauskas (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University)

Room 100710:15−11:15

Session 18B Contributed papers Chair Maria Valaste

Andris Fisenko (Latvijas Banka): Using administrative data to clarify and adjust economic survey data: The case of Latvian HFCS

Discussant: Olga Vasylyk (National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”) (online)

Katja Laine (University of Helsinki), Maria Litova (University of Helsinki), Tuukka Oikarinen (University of Helsinki): Crowdsourcing social wellbeing non-probability survey

Discussant: Rita Vanaga (University of Latvia)

Room 102111:45 - 12:00Closing




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