Topic-Contributed and Contributed Sessions

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Provisional Topic-Contributed Sessions Overview

Session Title Organizer
New Developments in Sampling Methods for Business Surveys Paul A. Smith, University of Southampton
The Future of Business Data Collection – Experiences with Integrated and Automated Data Collection, Standard Business Reporting (SBR), and XBRL Ger Snijkers, Gert Buiten, Statistics Netherlands
Data Warehouses – Efficient and Effective Use of Data Science to Reduce Costs, Improve Timeliness and Re-Use Data in the Production of Business Statistics Gary Brown, Office for National Statistics, UK
Understanding Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the U.S. Through Data Integration Javier Miranda, U.S. Census Bureau
Multi-Method Questionnaire Testing in Establishment Surveys Jaki McCarthy, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service
Business Process Improvement Using Lean (Six Sigma) Method and Tools Remco Paulussen, CBS Netherlands
Quality, Analytic Potential, and Accessibility of Linked Administrative, Survey, and Commercial Data Manfred Antoni, Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg
Identifying Characteristics of Establishment Response to Inform Data Collection Polly Phipps, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
New Approaches to Research and Development Supporting Establishment Survey Redesign Jennifer Beck, Alfred D. Tuttle, U.S. Census Bureau
Measuring the Cost of Payments for Merchants and Financial Institutions Kim P. Huynh, Bank of Canada
Innovations in Nonresponse Adjustment Methods Laura Bechtel, U.S. Census Bureau
Small, Large, Factoryless, International: Measuring Business Heterogeneity in the Global Economy Mariarosa Lunati, OECD