The 25th International Methodology Symposium: Longitudinal Surveys - from Design to Analysis

Start: Oct. 27, 2009
End: Oct. 30, 2009
Place: Gatineau, Qc, Canada
This Symposium, entitled “Longitudinal Surveys: from Design to Analysis”, invites members of the community who are interested in statistical or methodological issues specific to longitudinal surveys to attend. Peter Lynn, Professor of Survey Methodology at the Institute for Social and Economic Research (University of Essex) has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the 2009 Statistics Canada Methodology Symposium. The annual event, which is to be held in Ottawa in October is one of the world’s leading regular survey methods events and is well-attended by government, academic and private-sector researchers from around the globe.

The Symposium including various topics such as:
Sampling Frames
Data Collection Issues
Use of Administrative Data
Edit and Imputation
Weighting and Estimation
Dissemination and Data Access
Longitudinal Data Analysis
Measurement Errors
Attrition and Nonresponse
Confidentiality, Privacy and Ethical Issues
Challenges Related to Economic Longitudinal Surveys
Longitudinal Survey Redesign.

Registration is possible until September 16th.
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