Call for papers for The 3rd International Workshop on Internet Survey Methods
Mar 15 2011
Statistics Korea’s 3rd International Workshop on Internet Survey Methods will take place at the Statistical Center in Daejeon, Korea on September 7-8, 2011. The Workshop will focus on the “Expansion of the Internet Survey and a Paradigm Shift for Statistical Production” while bringing together statisticians from national statistical agencies from around the world and methodologists from private organizations and universities. A wealth of major issues will be discussed and we strongly believe that participants will be able to acquire advanced knowledge, enriching both individuals and organizations. All those with a special interest in statistical or methodological issues are welcome to this workshop.
We invite papers dealing with the following sub-themes:
Workshop Theme: “Expansion of the Internet Survey and a Paradigm Shift for Statistical Production”
- Major Issues and Challenges of the Internet Survey: Improvement of Accuracy and Reliability
- Recent Research Trends in Survey Methodology
- Experiences of Official Statistics in Recent Survey Methods
- The Statistical Use of Administrative Data
Proposals for papers must be submitted online via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 May 2011. A proposal should include an abstract that does not exceed 500 words, excluding the title, name(s) and affiliation(s). Please note that the official language of the Workshop is English, and all presentations must be delivered in this language.
Acceptance notification will be sent by the end of May. Speakers must submit their final papers/presentations by 15 August 2011. This deadline should be met in order to publish the proceedings of the Workshop.
We will provide speakers with a suitable amount of financial support.
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