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543 * Wed, 8/1/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM HQ-Sapphire IJ
Repression of Statistics and Statisticians by the Argentine Government: Recent Developments, the Human Rights Context, and International Responses — Invited Papers
Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights , SSC , Section on Survey Research Methods , Business and Economic Statistics Section , International Indian Statistical Association , Section on Government Statistics , Statistics Without Borders
Organizer(s): Joseph B. Kadane, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair(s): Dalene Kay Stangl, Duke University
2:05 PM Argentina: An Update on Credibility in CPI and Other Official Statistics and Perils Endured by Some Statisticians Edmundo Berumen, Berumen y Asociados, SA de CV ; Victor A Beker, Economia de la Universidad de Belgrano
2:30 PM Human Rights and Statistics: A Reciprocal Relationship Jessica Mary Wyndham, AAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program
2:55 PM International Responses to Governmental Targeting of Statisticians and Research Organizations in Argentina William Seltzer, Fordham University
3:20 PM Discussant: Joseph B. Kadane, Carnegie Mellon University
3:40 PM Floor Discussion

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