DAY 2 - Tuesday, 20 August 2019

SIPS A2.01-A2.05

Organiser: Risto Lehtonen
Chair: Peter Lynn


A thing of the past? Household surveys in the new global data ecosystem

Gero Carletto, World Bank

Organiser & Chair: Gail Burrill
The seven deadly sins of data science
Richard Deveaux, Williams College, Williamstown, USA
Organiser & Chair: Mario Palma
Discussant: Nancy Mc Beth
Peace, justice and strong institutions. Walking through Asian and pacific territories
Gemma Van Halderen, United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
The challenge of preserving direct citizen participation in the definition of the crime problem: The future of victimization surveys
James Lynch, University of Maryland, USA
Organiser: Nalini Ravishanker
Chair: Ray Chambers
Discussant: Scott H Holan, Denise Britz Do Nascimento Silva
Recent developments in dealing with item nonresponse in surveys: A critical review
David Haziza, University of Montreal, Canada
Organiser & Chair: Helen MacGillivray
International Biometric Society – A global network of stats nerds who love to solve problems in the biological sciences!
Louise M Ryan, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
The ASA and its Role in the Global Statistical Community: Lessons from the Past and a Look to the Future
Karen Kafadar, University of Virginia, USA

SIPS B2.01-B2.02

Organiser: Raquel Prado
Chair: Hedibert Lopes
Bayesian Inference for Multiple Gaussian Graphical Models with Application to Metabolic Association Networks
Maria De Iorio, Yale-NUS College, Singapore
A Bayesian Approach for Estimating Dynamic Functional Network Connectivity in fMRI data
Michele Guindani, Department of Statistics, UC Irvine, USA
Optimizing Natural Killer Cell Doses for Heterogeneous Cancer Patients Based on Multiple Event Times
Juhee Lee, Department of Statistics, UC Santa Cruz USA
Organiser: Alison Kelly
Chair: Ross Darnell
Discussant: Linda J Young
Advanced methods of statistical analysis for multi-environment trial data enhanced genetic gain in the Ethiopian sorghum research breeding program
Yohannes Fekadu, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research
Spatial sampling and geospatial information for monitoring agriculture and agri-environment
Elisabetta Carfagna, University of Bologna, Italy
Harnessing the next generation of agricultural machinery: Beyond the tractor
Petra Kuhnert, CSIRO, Australia

IPS B2.03-B2.04

Organiser: Cathy Furlong
Chair: TBA
Discussant: Ola Awad
Panellists
• Cathy Furlong, Statistics without Borders
• Denise Britz Do Nascimento Silva, National School of Statistical Sciences
• Mary W. Gray, American University
• Denise Lievesley, University of Oxford
• Janet Van Niekerk, KAUST / University of Pretoria
• Diane Stukel, FHI 360
• Cynthia Z. F. Clark, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics
Organiser: Misha Belkindas
Chair: Haishan Fu
Discussant: Oliver Chinganya, Gabriella Vukovich
Role of ISI, and statistical societies in measuring SDG’s
Alexey N Ponomarenko, Russian Statistical Association
How statistical agencies can support bridging the data gap
Heli Mikkela, Statistics Finland
Common approaches to capacity development in response to agenda 2030
Hristina Aleksandrova, GOPA Consulting, Germany

STS B2.05-B2.06

Organiser: Stephan Krische
Chair: Tomas Africa
Discussant: Matthew Shearing, Gemma Van Halderan
Panellists
• Lisa Grace Bersales, Professor of Statistics, University of the Philippines (former Civil Registrar General/ National Statistician, PSA Philippines)
• Nazaria Baharudin, Department of Statistics Malaysia
• Boupha Samaychanh, Vice Minister, Head of Lao Statistics Bureau
Organiser: AirAsia Group
Discussant: Shasha Ridzam
Leveraging data for flight operations in AirAsia
Chester Voo Chee Soon, Director of Flight Operations, AirAsia
Leveraging tech & data for enhancing employee engagement & productivity
Varun Bhatia, Chief People & Culture Officer, AirAsia Group
Engineering in AirAsia: How we use our data
Nadzri Hashim, Group Head of Engineering, AirAsia Group
AirAsia 3.0: Data and digital travel
Lye Kong Wei, Group Head of Data Science, AirAsia Group

IPS B2.07-B2.18

Organiser: Giovanna Jona Lasinio
Chair: Alessio Pollice
Discussant: Shuvo Bakar
Bayesian modelling and inference for massive spatial-temporal data
Sudipto Banerjee, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, USA
A fused Gaussian process for large spatial and spatio-temporal data and its applications
Emily Lei Kang, University of Cincinnati, USA
Modelling atmospheric phenomena at the global scale: A non-parametric framework
Fedele Pasquale Greco, Università di Bologna, Italy
Block nearest neighboor Gaussian processes
Marcos Oliveira Prates, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Organiser & Chair: Naman Keita
Discussant: Flavio Pinto Bolliger
Developing an administrative data system for agricultural statistics in the context of SDGs monitoring
Dramane Bako, FAO
Building and maintaining a farm register based statistics to monitor and assess SDG's progress in Morocco
Redouane Arrach, Morrocco Ministry of Agriculture
Examining the quality of data from the Philippines’ agricultural administrative reporting system
Dalisay Maligalig, ADB Retiree
Use of administrative records to generate structural data as part of integrated system of agriculture census and follow up surveys: A case of India
Dalip Singh, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
Organiser: Monica Pratesi
Chair: Luigi Biggeri
Discussants: Raymond Chambers, Eileen Capilit
Alternative spatial data sources for small area estimation in developing countries
Angela Luna, University of Southampton
Measuring well-being at local level using big data
Ralf Muennich, University of Trier
Small area poverty indicators adjusted using local price indexes
Stefano Marchetti, University of Pisa
State-space dynamic factor model for now casting unemployment
Jan Van Den Brakel, Statistics Netherlands
Organiser & Chair: Eric Schulte Nordholt
Discussant: Paolo Valente
Planned innovations in the United States 2020 Census
Robert Colosi, Census Bureau (United States)
New paradigm for population and housing census of Korea
Youngil Lim, Statistics Korea
Future operational plan summary for census in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Fahad Altukife, General Authority for Statistics (Saudi Arabia)
Moving towards a register based census in Spain
Jorge Luis Vega Valle, Instituto Nacional de Estadística (Spain)
Organiser & Chair: Walter J. Radermacher
Discussant: Eleni Papadimitriou, Maurizio Vichi
The multiple faces of trust in statistics and composite indicators: A case for healthy mistrust
Markku Lehtonen, Ecole Des Hautes Etudes En Sciences Sociales– Paris
Monitoring sustainable development in an EU context
Nicola Massarelli, Eurostat
Fair and sustainable well-being indicators for European countries: Comparing different synthesizing approaches
Filomena Maggino, Università Degli Studidi Roma La Sapienza, Italy
What are the risks and opportunities of SDGs composite indexes?
Francesca Perucci, United Nations Statistics Division
Of numbers and narratives: Data and evidence for policy-making in the 21st century
Gaby Umbach, European University Institute, Italy
Organiser: Chee-Ming Ting
Chair: John Aston
Discussant: Hernando Ombao
Non-stationary high dimensional time series networks for brain imaging data
Ivor Cribben, Department of Finance and Statistical Analysis, Alberta School of Business, Canada
Identifying State-driven changes in brain networks using regime-switching models
Chee-Ming Ting, Faculty of Biosciences & Medical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
A geometric approach towards evaluating FMRI preprocessing pipelines
Martin A Lindquist, Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Topological data analysis for brain networks
Nicole A. Lazar, Department of Statistics, University of Georgia, USA
Organiser & Chair: Eric Vance
The complementary role of UI-LISA in statistical training and capacity building at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Olusanya Elisa Olubusoye, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Effects of participation in a statistical laboratory on statistics students
Marcus Nunes, UFRN, Natal, Brazil
Recent advances and impacts of statistical consulting and collaboration laboratories in Nigeria
Olawale Awe, Anchor University Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Science and Data Analysis, Nigeria
Educational impact of statistical collaboration laboratory on students
Haftom Temesgen, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Organiser: Manfred Borovnick
Chair: David Stern
Discussant: Ayse Aysin Bombaci Bilgin
The twin character of risk and probability
Manfred Borovnick, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Probabilistic reasoning, superstitious thinking and gambling behavior in children and adolescents
Caterina Primi, Section of Psychology, University of Florence
Intellectual humility as the key to improve the interpretation of statistics
Rink Hoekstra, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen , Netherlands
Organiser: Michael Thye Frosch
Chair: Tite Habiyakare
Discussant: Tite Habiyakare, Françoise Carré
The resolution concerning statistics on work relationship and how it can be measured
Michael Thye Frosch, International Labour Organization
Thailand 2017 LFS - Highlights of findings from testing of dependent contractors
Wissanee Poonsab, Statistical Office of Thailand
Entrepreneurs, Multiparty work relationships and work in the internet-based “Gig Economy”: How to advance on statistical measurement?
Monica Dianne Castillo, ILO
Testing dependent contractors in the Danish labour force survey
Thomas Thorsen, Statistics Denmark, Copenhagen
Organiser: Zamalia Mahmud
Chair: Mohd Bakri Adam
[email protected]: An E-learning tool for assisting students’ understanding of hypothesis testing
Zamalia Mahmud, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Data skills in schools: The statistics award
David Young, University of Strathclyde, UK
Differences in perceptions towards stem of male and female students in Australia
Elizabeth Stojanovski, University of Newcastle, Australia
Optimal use of statistical softwares for insight and simulation in teaching and learning statistics: Comparison of Indonesia and Saudi Arabia
Maman Fathurrohman, University of Untirta, Serang City, Indonesia
Organiser: Anders J S Holmberg
Chair: Arnoldo Frigessi
Discussant: Partha Lahiri
Big Data and macroeconomic nowcasting: From data access to modelling
Eduardo Barredo Capelot, Eurostat
Replacing a survey question by predictive modelling using register data
Joep Burger, Organisation Statistics Netherlands
Big Data, sample surveys and finite population inferences
Siu-Ming Tam, Australian Bureau of Statistics
Disaggregation of expenditure weights based on transaction data
Li-Chun Zhang, Statistics Norway
Data science for public good - Case studies from the United Kingdom
Chaitanya Joshi, Data Science Campus, Office for National Statistics
Organiser: Bruno Tissot
Chair: Robert Kirchner
Discussant: Peter van de Ven
Characteristics of MNES in Canada
Alexandre Fortier-Labonté, Statistics Canada
Complex multinational enterprises in statistics: The cooperative approach between Bundesbank and Banque de France
Jens Walter, Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany
Tracking multinationals’ activities in the shipping industry: A new statitistical framework for the estimation of sea transport services in the Greek balance of payments
Marios Papaspyrou, Bank of Greece
Recent improvements of the Tankan business survey
Yuki Uchida, Bank of Japan

STS B2.19-B2.22

Organiser & Chair: Bee Wah Yap
Discussant: Nurulkamal Masseran
Adaptive control chart with run rules for multivariate coefficient of variation integrating advanced data visualization platform for sustainable manufacturing
Xinying Chew, Universiti Sains Malaysia
The effects of macroeconomic variables on future credit ratings
Chew Peng Gan, Sunway University, Malaysia
Statistical model for count data and its extension of panel count
Wan Fairos Wan Yaacob, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Probability Distribution Model for Predicting Ozone (O3) Exceedances at Two Air Quality Monitoring Sites in Malaysia during Dry Season
Norshahida Shaadan, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Organiser: Kyle Hood
Chair: Baoline Chen
Markov-Switching three-pass regression filter
Danilo Leiva-Leon, Bank of Spain
Forecasting household consumption components: A forecast combination approach
Katherine Tuck, Treasury Department
Bayesian Midas penalized regressions: Estimation, selection, and prediction
Matteo Mogliani, Bank of France
Combination nowcasts of advance estimates of private consumption of services in the U.S. national accounts
Kyle Hood, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Organiser: Marta Blangiardo
Chair: TBA
Discussant: Gianluca Baio
On the use of surrogate models to speed the ABC inference for epidemic models in networks
Leticia L. Ramirez Ramirez, CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico
Assessing the acute health effects of apportioned pollutant mixtures
Monica Pirani, Imperial College London, UK
Discrete versus continuous domain models for disease mapping and applications on childhood cancers
Garyfallos Konstantinoudis, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland
Air quality, mortality, and the Indian million deaths study
Patrick Brown, University of Toronto, Canada
Organiser: Mohsen Farid
Chair: TBA
Data science and the Big Data framework for development and to benefit from disruptive technology advances
Fionn Murtagh, University of Huddersfield, UK
How can Big Data analytics predict psychiatric morbidity of cancer patients?
Mohsen Farid, University of Derby, UK
Analysis of Blockchain for Healthcare Applications
Marios Papaspyrou, Bank of Greece
Diet4you: A personal intelligent assistant for diets integrating data science
Karina Gibert, Bea Sevilla-Villanueva, Miquel Sànchez-Marrè
A survey of machine learning algorithms for efficient biomarkers identification from erythrocytes dynamic antigens store
Passant El-Kafrawy, Faculty of Science, Menofia University, Egypt

CPS2350-01: Bayesian network approach to the causal influence of socioeconomic status on infectivity of dengue
Alaba Ajibola Lamidi-Sarumoh, Universiti Putra Malaysia
CPS1396-02: Information and communication technology satellite account exercise - Opportunities and risk from alternative methods
Ayah Fateen Alhajjar, Palestinian Central Bureau Of Statistics
CPS2391-03: Comparison of the charts based on overlapping and nonoverlapping subgroup observations
Jimoh Olawale Ajadi, City University of Hong Kong
CPS1357-04: Convergence of quartile stochastic processes
Modou Ngom, Lerstad, UGB, Saint-Louis, Senegal
CPS1360-05: The empirical study on the model of P2P loan default rate based on the Renrendai's
Wenbin - Huang, China
CPS1362-06: Asymptotic multinomial representations for divergence measures for discrete data and implications
Diam Ba, Gaston Berger University, Senegal
CPS1363-07: General unsupervised learning from the Gabece data and rank correlation study
Ousman Saine, Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, Gambia
CPS1837-08: CSI300 volatility forecasting model and its MCS test
Qiguang Dong, PLA Military Science Academy, China
CPS1365-09: Analevr: A Modular R-Based clustered analysis platform as a service for utilizing open data
Erika Mukhlisina Siregar, Badan Pusat Statistik, Indonesia
CPS1374-10: Spatial analysis of soil pollution in Benin City
Osahon Jeffery Asowata, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
CPS1377-11: The poverty reduction through social-economic factors in Indonesia
Lita Jowanti, Badan Pusat Statistik, Indonesia
CPS1378-12: Branchless banking in Nigeria: Concept, benefits, and challenges
Chioma Nwosu, Central Bank of Nigeria
CPS1388-14: Differentials and determinants of women`s empowerment in Egypt in 2014
Aliaa Abdelraouf Ali Amer, CDC, Egypt
CPS1397-15: Use of national account data in international comparisons of indicators dynamics and structure GDP (at the production stage)
Ruslan Motoryn, Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics, Ukraine
CPS1390-16: Students' preferences for mobile telecom plans in University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa: A discrete choice experiment
Chidimma Evangeline Oliobi, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
CPS1391-17: The need for a new conceptual statistical framework for Macr-Prudential purposes
Agnes Tardos, European Central Bank, Germany
CPS1418-24: Interval estimation for Symmetric and Asymmetric Exponential Power distribution parameters with application to psychiatric data
Akin Adeseye Olosunde, Department Of Mathematics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria
CPS1421-25: Pension funds in Morocco: Reforms and challenges
Nisrine Ghefou, High Commission for Planning, Morocco
CPS1422-26: A modified classification method based on rank regions
Olusola Samuel Makinde, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
CPS1425-27: Modelling the demographic dividend and development prospects: A case of Uganda
Atwebembeire John Mushomi, Makerere University, Uganda
CPS1426-28: Adjusting weights – Comparative analysis between the post-stratification, the raking and the general calibration by mathematical programming in IDSC
Mohamed Abouelenien Abouhalima, Information and Decision Support Center, Egypt
CPS1430-29: The extension of summary indices for assessing age-sex data
Hong Li, Fuzhou University
CPS1432-30: A generalization of Topp and Leone family of distribution
Bamidele Mustapha Oseni, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
CPS1435-32: A closer look at the national senior certificate mathematics examination in South Africa
Nombuso Zondo, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
CPS1439-33: Spatial-Economic analysis of health facilities and factors associated to the demand and offer of health care for tuberculosis patients in Douala, Cameroon
Nana-Yakam Andre, University of Douala, Cameroon
CPS1455-34: Some modified ratio estimators for finite population mean in survey sampling
Showkat Maqbool, SK University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, India
CPS1459-35: An analysis of capital gains statistics over the 5 years with an aim to formulate a profile of taxpayers who have capital gains tax liability
Samantha Naicker, South African Revenue Service
CPS1463-36: Developing a four-level hierarchical linear model to examine competing effects of students, classrooms, teachers, and schools on science achievement
Xin Ma, University of Kentucky, USA
CPS1465-37: Using machine learning technologies for coding economic activities of businesses – The Nogauto system
Claude Macchi, Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO), Switzerland
CPS1141-38: A new robust ridge estimator in high-dimensional linear models
Mahdi Roozbeh, Semnan University, Iran
CPS1468-39: Estimators of Goodness-Of-Fit measures for a Poisson regression model
Takeshi Kurosawa, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
CPS1472-40: A new composite wellbeing index: (Egypt & Malaysia comparison study)
Mahmoud Mohamed Elsarawy, Egypt

LTDG

Chair: Alaba Lamidi-Sarumo, Shuichi Shinmura

Associations and Special Interest Groups:
IASC

What are some of the best software/algorithms in mining medical data?

How do medical statisticians keep track of new algorithms and software that perform better than existing ones?

For data mining in cancer gene analysis, what is the best approach: discriminant analysis of overlapping data or linear separation of high dimension data?

Chair: Lestari Titi Kanti, Peter Osuolale Popoola

Associations and Special Interest Groups:
IAOS, Statistical Capacity Building

What are the objectives of using big data in national statistical systems? What are the challenges?

What evidence is driving your perceptions of trust, waste, and efficiency in the public and private sectors when considering the most effective and efficient ways to improve capacity in NSOs?

What has been the real obstacles and solutions to initiating a public-private partnership for your statistical organization, if the will to do that has been there?

Chair: Cathy Furlong

Associations and Special Interest Groups:
ISI, ASA, Women in Statistics

Round Table Discussion Examples of topics:

  • Learning to reach new levels of personal and professional confidence by broadening your impact
  • Transforming your ability to effect organisational and social change on an international scale
  • Using emotional intelligence to gain a greater understanding and awareness of your personal strengths, working out who you are, where you are going and how you can make a difference
  • Learning from a rich peer group about how other women across different industries and countries have approached and overcome leadership challenges
  • Valuing networking and professional societies in developing communication and team working skills
  • Promoting the visibility of, and literacy in, statistics among women
  • Gaining leadership skills through volunteer activities

CPS1499-01: Australian labour account: A new holistic view of people and jobs
Hayley Alison Collett, Australian Bureau of Statistics
CPS1500-02: Study on the construction of statistics governance system in China
Jue Liu, Hubei Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China
CPS1810-03: Quantile Residual Life Regression based on semi-competing risks data
Jin-Jian Hsieh, Department of Mathematics, National Chung Cheng University, Chinese Taipei
CPS1826-04: A study on the relationship between life cycle of enterprises and affecting variables in Korea
Younyoung Park, Statistics Korea
CPS1829-06: Married women's experience of domestic violence: New evidence from a cluster and multinomial logistic regression analysis in Malawi
Lana Chikhungu, University of Portsmouth, UK
CPS1832-07: Fuzzy rule base method for forecasting time series data
Mahmod Othman, Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia
CPS1835-08: Research on carbon emissions factors based on the EKC
Qiguang Dong, PLA Military Science Academy, China
CPS1364-09: Automatic classification methods on the education data in the Gambia: Divergence measures and application to clustering)
Saidou Ms Badjie, Ministry of Petroleum And Energy, Gambia
CPS1839-10: Measuring the hidden economy and improving Moroccan GDP exhaustiveness through the labor matrix
Bahija Nali, High Commission for Planning, Morocco
CPS1841-11: Study on the impact of social distractor on data quality through multiple communication modes has been used as a new tools in data collection
Said Kamal Abdelrahman, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Egypt
CPS1852-12: Birth order and birth weight in Uganda: A multilevel analysis of DHS data
Leonard Kiboijana Atuhaire, Makerere University, Uganda
CPS1847-13: Big data
Md Shariful Islam, Department of Cypher, Ministry of Defense, Ganobhaban Complex, Shere- Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS1848-14: Global hypothesis test to compare the predictive values of two diagnostic tests subject to a case-control study
José Antonio Roldán-Nofuentes, Spain
CPS1850-15: Women's participation in Brazilian cinema over the last two decades: Evidences based on statistical analysis
Denise Britz Do Nascimento Silva, National School of Statistical Sciences – ENCE/IBGE, Brazil
CPS1851-16: A method of bias correction when response rate follows linear function
Heeyoung Chung, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea, Republic of
CPS1866-24: Multivariate approach to dimension reduction based on the Enhanced Scatter Search – Composite I-Distance Indicator (ESS-CIDI) approach: The Case of the Sustainable Socitey Index (SSI)
Milica Maricic, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, Serbia
CPS1867-25: On complex seasonal SSA based forecasting
Winita Sulandari, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
CPS1868-26: Fighting innumeracy with TV
Jo Roislien, University of Stavanger, Norway
CPS1870-27: A spatial rank-based EWMA chart for monitoring linear profiles
Longcheen Huwang, National Tsing Hua University, Chinese Taipei
CPS1483-28: Mobile phone use and incidence of brain tumour
Masoumeh - Sanagou, Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), Australia
CPS1881-29: Likelihood ratio tests for Lorenz dominance
Mike Chang, Institute of Statistic Science, Academia Sinica, Chinese Taipei
CPS1883-30: Flipping the online classroom in a multivariate data analysis course
Christina Andersson, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
CPS1484-31: Parametric bootstrap based test for detecting changes in marriage patterns
Neela A Gulanikar, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India
CPS1892-32: The survey and research of "Non-Observed Finance" -- Take Shenzhen as an example
Xinhong Yang, Statistics Bureau of Guangdong Province, China
CPS1902-33: The study on weighting adjustment in panel survey based on Chinese family panel studies
Ping Lu, Peking University, China
CPS1904-34: Plutus – A new tool to standardise the metadata of seasonal adjustment
Mária Pécs, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
CPS1907-35: Handling technological changes by time varying coefficient model analysis in flash estimate of gross value added in information and communication industry
Ildikó Ritzlné Kazimir, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
CPS1908-36: Employment of domestic concept in the framework of process table
Ildikó Ritzlné Kazimir, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
CPS1909-37: Evaluating South Africa's market risk using APARCH model under Heavy-Tailed distributions
Retius Chifurira, University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
CPS1913-38: Development of agricultural and rural statistics in the CIS region
Andrey Kosarev, CIS Statistical Committee, Russian Federation
CPS1912-39: Regularized multi linear dependence modelling on the grades in the Gambian GABECE data
Marrie Mendy, Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, Gambia

IPS D2.01-D2.10

Organiser: Bruno Tissot
Chair: Luís Teles Dias
BCB’s strategy for communication of statistics
Fernando Alberto Rocha, Central Bank of Brazil
Big Data: Potential, challenges, and statistical implications
Diane C. Kostroch, International Monetary Fund
Modernising statistics: Communicating the wealth of statistics in a digital age
Per Nymand-Andersen, European Central Bank
Electronic funds transfers: A novel big data source for analyzing aggregate labor market trends
Wian Boonzaaier, South African Reserve Bank
Bridge between central bank statistics and users: Electronic data delivery system of Central Bank of Turkey
Burcu Tunc, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
Organiser & Chair: Sebastian Engelke
Extremal dependence in a Hüsler–Reiss Markov tree
Johan Segers, Université Catholiquede Louvain, Belgium
Quantile-based approaches for tail causality
Valérie Chavez-Demoulin, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Recursive max-linear models: From algebra to statistics
Claudia Klueppelberg, Technical University Munich, Germany
Organiser: Alba Martinez-Ruiz
Chair: Juergen Symanzik
Joining statistical algorithms and parallel Computing: A case on PLS Mode B
Alba Martinez-Ruiz, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Chile
Improvements on a parallel/distributed algorithm for bootstrapping
Ruben Carvajal-Schiaffino, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile
TBA
George Ostrouchov, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennesse, USA
Organiser: Igor Pruenster
Chair: Yanxun Xu
Exploiting conjugacy to build time dependent feature allocation models
Raffaele Argiento, University of Turin, Italy
Dynamic and distributed inference of latent geometric structures arising in topic modelling
Xuanlong Nguyen, University of Michigan, USA
A Bayesian nonparametric spiked process prior for dynamic model selection
Michele Guindani, University of California Irvine, USA
Bayesian Nonparametric Autoregressive Models via Latent Variable Representation
Maria De Iorio, Yale-Nus College, Singapore
Organiser: Yiyuan She Chair: Zhao Ren
Adaptive minimax density estimation for Huber's contamination model under $L_P$ losses
Zhao Ren, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Robust regression with compositional covariates
Aditya Mishra, Flatiron Institute, Simons Foundation
Privacy-preserving parametric inference: A case for robust statistics
Marco Avella-Medina, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Powerful methods for assessing publication bias
Lifeng Lin, Florida State University, USA
Organiser & Chair: Johannes Lederer
Theoretical support of machine learning debugging
Po-Ling Loh, University of Wisconsin, USA
Sparse additive modeling and misspecified smoothness
Noah Simon, University of Washington, USA
Adaptive estimation of functionals under sparsity
Mohamed Ndaoud, ENSAE, France
Organiser: Tahir Ekin
Chair: Paulo Canas Rodrigues
Topic model based learning for medical prescription fraud and abuse detection
Tahir Ekin, Texas State University, USA
A statistical learning model for AIRBNB's hosts
Luca Frigau, University of Cagliari, USA
Deep learning for energy pricing
Vadim Sokolov, George Mason University, USA
Classification of EEG signals using hybrid artificial intelligence techniques for detection of epileptic seizures
Ozan Kocadagli, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey
Organiser & Chair: Zima Mazfahani
Discussant: Yeah Kim Leng
The future of Big Data: New typologies of data, analytics and platforms
Richard Harmon, Cloudera, UK
How can organizations best monetize their data?
Madelaine Chew, Mezza9 Solutions, Malaysia
Organiser: Jairo Castano
Chair: Naman Keita
Linking population and housing census with the census of agriculture for the 2020 round: Overview of issues and options and country examples
Jairo Castano, FAO
Linking the population and housing census with the agricultural census: Technological advances and new opportunities for developing countries
Abaye Tariku, Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia (CSA)
Linking the population and housing census with the agricultural census: Technological advances and new opportunities for developing countries
Maia Guntsadze, Tbilisi Open University
Organiser: Byeong Uk Park
Chair: Jane-Ling Wang
Additive regression with Hilbertian responses
Byeong Uk Park, Seoul National University
Functional emulation of high resolution tsunami modelling over Cascadia
Serge Guillas, University College London
Wasserstein covariance for vectors of random densities
Hans-Georg Mueller, University of California
Intrinsic Riemannian functional data analysis
Zhenhua Lin, Peking University, University of Toronto, Canada

STS D2.11-D2.18

Organiser: Shili Lin
Chair: Ksenija Dumicic
Detecting differentially methylated regions accounting for cell purity using Bayesian credible bands
Shili Lin, Ohio State University
Statistical methods for identifying novel promoters
Mijeong Kim, Ewha Womans University
Mendelian randomization, causal relationship, and statistical approaches
Mariza De Andrade, Mayo Clinic
Proteogenomics: Statistical issues in data integration and prediction
Julia Pavan Soler, University of Sao Paulo
Organiser: Fariza Kambut
Chair: Aznan Hasan
Discussant: Mohammad Salim Al Mamun, Omar Hakouz
TBA
Suswandi, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
TBA
Ragheed Iman Moghrabi, Rafik Hariri University
Organiser: Arifah Bahar
Chair: Fadhilah Yusof
Discussant: Norhaiza Ahmad
Modelling long memory stochastic volatility of crude palm oil price
Arifah Bahar, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
On monitoring stock price movements using Markov switching model
Nuririawan, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Two-stage Stochastic programming approach for oil refinery production planning
Zaitul Marlizawati Zainuddin, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Organiser: Titi Kanti Lestari
Chair: Siim Esko
Discussant: Erki Saluveer
Mobile phone and credit card data: Experience from 10 years of public private partnership
Jaanus Kroon, Eesti Pank
Combining mobile phone data and survey data for the best result: Experience from Indonesia
Sarpono Dimuljo, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
The use of mobile phone data
Pasi Piela, Statistics Finland
Organiser: Anthony Fakhoury
Chair: TBA
Discussant: Hany Torky
On the identification and handling of outliers in composite index numbers
Ali S. Hadi, American University of Cairo
Composite indices and traditional data: The global knowledge index
Mohamed Ali Ismail, Cairo University
Future of knowledge – Real time data
Bruno Rodrigues, PWC
Organiser: Nur Layali Mohd Ali Khan
Chair: TBA
Discussant: Tite Habiyakare
The need to develop labour account in Malaysia: An assessment
Siti Asiah Ahmad, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Labour supply statistics: Challenges & way forward
Noraliza Mohamad Ali, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Organiser & Chair: Enrique de Alba Guerra
INEGI’s statistical autonomy: Institutional governance and some ever-present risks
Mario Palma, Instituto Nacionalde Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)
The requirements for a well-functioning statistical system in a modern democratic society
Roeland Beerten, Flemish Statistical Authority
Statisticians misbehaving: The ethical dimensions of an essential profession
Alphonse L. Macdonald, General Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Paramaribo. Suriname
Safeguards for the professional independence of statisticians in Europe
Pilar Martin-Guzman, Universidad Autónomade Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Organiser: Yasumasa Matsuuda
Chair: TBA
A Copula approach to spatial econometrics with applications to finance
Hideatsu Tsukahara, Seijo University
On Gaussian semiparametric estimators for two-dimensional intrinsic stationary random fields
Yoshihiro Yajima, Tohoku University
Spatial extension of Garch models for high dimensional financial time series
Takaki Sato, Tohoku University
Analysis of regional economic growth against crisis: US-Japan statistical comparative study before-after Lehman’s Shock
Gigih Fitrianto, Hiroshima University of Economics

CPS Oral D2.19-D2.22

Chair: Siti Zakiah Muhamad Isa
CPS1846: Monthly data set quantifying uncertainties in past global temperatures
Maryam Ilyas, University College London
CPS1911: Modelling wind direction data in Kota Kinabalu coastal station using simultaneous linear functional relationship model
Nurkhairany Amyra Mokhtar, National Defence University of Malaysia
CPS2026: Trends in the extremes of environments associated with severe US thunderstorms, and signals in their spatial dependence
Jonathan Boon Han Koh, EPFL Lausanne
CPS2091: Carbon emissions measurement from the three North eastern Provinces in China and its driving factors – A extended Kaya Identity-LMDI decomposition model study
Biying Dong, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics
CPS2219: Stress transfer modelling due to earthquake activity (Case study on Java Island and Bali - Nusa Tenggara Islands)
Hasih Pratiwi, Universitas Sebelas Maret
CPS2277: A study of the factors affecting Hong Kong residents’ willingness to pay for waste disposal by Logit models
Miu Han Iris Yeung, City University of Hong Kong
Chair: Nurulkamal Masseran
CPS671: Double perturbation of diffusion processes with reflecting boundary condition
Alioune Coulibaly, University Assane Seck of Ziguinchor
CPS1823: Regression for doubly inflated multivariate Poisson distributions
Pooja Sengupta, International Management Institute, Kolkata
CPS1941: A new model selection criterion for finite mixture models
Jang Schiltz, University of Luxembourg – LSF
CPS2060: Monitoring unit root in sequentially observed autoregressive processes against local-to-unity hypotheses
Keiji Nagai, Yokohama National University
CPS2124: Restricted logistic R-K class estimator
Gargi Tyagi, Banasthali Vidyapith
CPS2463: A goodness of fit test for Rayleigh Distribution
Husam Awni Bayoud, Fahad Bin Sultan University
Chair: Norhayati Jantan
CPS651: Ageing population in Morocco: Reality and challenges
El Mostafa / Togui, High Commission for Planning
CPS2082: Monitoring population strategies in GCC: opportunities and challenges
Ali Sulaiman Al Flaiti, GCC Statistical Center (GCC-STAT)
CPS2157: Malaysia’s Silver Tsunami: Preparing for the impacts of population ageing
Noor Faadlilah Ismail, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2181: Utilization of civil registration and vital statistics in selected African countries: A review of regional baseline CRVS assessment results
Gilbert Habaasa, Population and Development Consult
CPS2253: Weighting longitudinal school surveys with population changes: The Case of Geres
Gabrielle Palermo Alves Palermo Cavalcante, University of Southampton
CPS1339: Identification of Disaggregated Hotspots of Child Morbidity in Bangladesh: An Application of Small Area Estimation Method
Bappi Kumar, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Bangladesh
Chair: Santha Vaithilingam
CPS1308: Undercoverage bias of web survey on smoking and heavy drinking
Jason Hsia, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CPS1873: Experiences with the theme coding method of cognitive questionnaire testing at Hungarian Central Statistical Office
Ferenc Mújdricza, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
CPS1885: Sample allocation scheme for Gamma Populations based on survey cost
Karuna Garan Reddy, Australian National University
CPS2074: Estimating measurement errors in mixed-mode surveys using a Multitrait-Multierror Model
Joseph Sakshaug, University of Mannehim / Institute for Employment Research
CPS2229: Household Income Survey 2019: The sampling methodology
Noor Masayu Mhd Khalili, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2234: Incentive to improve response rate through electronic survey
Rafliza Ramli, Department of Statistics Malaysia

STS E2.01-E2.13

Organiser: Arezoo Bagheri
Chair: Habshah Midi
Which youths married later than their desired time; classification tree approach
Arezoo Bagheri, National Population Studies and Comprehensive Management Institute
Outlier detection in Poisson Regression Model: Evidence from Bangladesh demographic and health survey data
Sohel Rana, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Modelling birth intervals by variance-corrected recurrent models
Mahsa Saadati, National Population Studies and Comprehensive Management Institute
Organiser: Bruno Tissot
Chair: Gloria Pena
The fire-sale channels of universal banks in the European sovereign debt crisis
Patrick Weber, Deutsche Bundesbank
Linking household survey data and administrative statistics: The Banca D'Italia experience
Andrea Neri, Bank of Italy
Linking micro data sets for firms’ FX risk monitoring database
Gulbin Sahinbeyoglu, Central Bank of Turkey
Completing the securities picture: Integrating official securities statistics with regulatory trading data
Tobias Cagala, Deutsche Bundesbank
The integration of micro-data sets into a macro-prudential regulatory landscape, exemplified by the anacredit regulation
Olivia Hauet, Nordea
Organiser: Maslina Samsudin
Chair: Norhayati Jantan
Trip identification process using mobile positioning data
Joko Parmiyanto, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
Use of web-scraping for the compilation of Consumer Price Index: Malaysia's experience
Fauzana Hj. Ismail, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Profiling the internet economy in Singapore
Kit Hoong Choo, Department of Statistics, Singapore
Research on deepening the application of Big Data in government statistics
Jiajing Li, Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistics
Organiser: Syazwani Hamsani
Chair: TBA
Application of machine learning in the prediction of credit defaults
Yoon Tien Yap, RHB Banking Group
Technique and challenges in validation machine learning model
Vishnu Kamalnath, Mckinsey & CO
Overcoming regulatory challenges in using machine learning models
Shafi Ur Rahman, Sr. Principal Scientist, FICO
Organiser: Alessandro Fassò
Chair: Chuah Kue-Peng
Change detection and harmonisation of atmospheric large spatiotemporal series
Alessandro Fassò, University of Bergamo
Inspecting ecological communities’ structure via functional data analysis
Tonio Di Battista, G. D’annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara
Recent advances in modelling ecological networks: Regularized grouped Dirichlet-multinomial regression
Ayesha Ali, University of Guelph
Flexible sub-asymptotic modelling of threshold exceedances using Hierarchical mixture models
Raphaël Huser, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Organiser: Fernando Cantu
Chair: Steve Macfeely
Discussants: Anu Peltola
Tracking the international footprints of global firms
Mary Everett, Central Bank, Ireland
The emergence of legal and organisational arrangements to minimize global tax burden, and its impact on monitoring domestic economic activities
Peter van de Ven, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France
Multinational profit shifting - measurement challenges in the external account
Tjeerd Jellema, European Central Bank, Germany
Organiser: Yafei Wang
Chair: Dong Qiu
Measuring the structure of digital economy —The case of China
Shujian Xiang, Zhejiang Gongshang University, China
The impacts of digitalisation on China’s economic system
Yafei Wang, Beijing Normal University, China
The accuracy and relevance of GDP measures in a digital economy
Chunyun Wang, Beijing Normal University, China
Organiser: Jose Arturo Blancas
Chair: TBA
Response of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) to natural disasters in Mexico
Jose Arturo Blancas, National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico
The development of disaster statistics in the Philippines: Expenditure accounts on disaster risk reduction
Vivian Ilarina, Philippine Statistics Authority
Responses of the Statistics Bureau of Japan to natural disasters
MasaoTakahashi, Statistics Bureau of Japan
Organiser & Chair: Geoffrey K. Nicholls
Gaussian Variational approximation for high-dimensional state space models
David Nott, Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, National University of Singapore
New models for symbolic data analysis
Scott A. Sisson, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales
Calibration procedures for approximate Bayesian credible sets
Kate Lee, University of Auckland
Organiser: Luis Gonzalez Morales
Chair: Francesca Perucci
Role of data reporting platforms in building trust in official statistics for the 2030 agenda
Dominik Rozkrut, Statistics Poland
Outcomes of the UN World Data Forum 2018 – And what’s next?
Lisa Bersales, University of the Philippines
Open data and building trust in the new data ecosystems in Palestine
Ola Awad, Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, Palestinian Territory, Occupied
Dangers and opportunities of using Big Data and unofficial data sources on Official Statistics sites
Haishan Fu, World Bank Data Group
Organiser: Stephen Raywood
Chair: Raymond Chambers
Panellists
• Helen Zhang, University of Arizona, USA
• Scott Holan, US Census Bureau
• Nalini Ravishanker, University of Connecticut, USA
• Helen MacGillivray, ISI President
Organiser: Linda Peters
This session will provide an overview of how GIS is being applied today to statistical workflows, as well as showcase some of the newest innovations in GIS and Spatial Statistics. New tools such as Python Notebooks, R Bridge for ArcGIS will be discussed as well as Geo-AI and Machine Learning.

CPS Oral E2.14-E2.22

Chair: Liong Choong Yeun
CPS1196: Clustering Chinese cities' economic growth paths with dynamic time warping
Song Xue, School of Statistics and Mathematics, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
CPS1820: High-dimensional microarray data analysis - First success of cancer gene analysis and cancer gene diagnosis
Shuichi Shinmura, Seikei Univesity, Japan
CPS1844: Testing the equality of high dimensional distributions
Reza Modarres, George Washington University
CPS2011: Using SOM-based visualization to analyse the financial performance of consumer discretionary firms
Dominique Haughton, Bentley University, Paris
CPS2018: Using Google Trend Data as an Initial Signal of the Condition of Indonesia's Unemployment Indicator
Rani Nooraeni, STIS Polytecnic Statistic
CPS2449: What can data science do for economic statistics?
Louisa Nolan, Data Science Campus, Office for National Statistics
Chair: Abd Latib Talib
CPS1464: Exchanging experiences between Arab statistical offices to build a national statistical system
Haidy Samy Mohamed Mahmoud, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1951: Comparative analysis of R&D statistical systems between China and major developed countries
Yunjie Sun, Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development
CPS2038: Partnership for compiling official statistics about higher corporation for specialized economic zones (ZONESCORP) in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi
Sami Nizar Khasawneh, Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi
CPS2460: Statistical performance index - Assessing country-level statistical capacity on a global scale
Juderica Dias, World Bank
CPS2111: Measuring the statistical capacity of nations
Hai-Anh Dang, World Bank
Chair: Rozita Talha
CPS1280: Spatial analysis of winter rainfall variability of a selected region in South Africa
Willard Zvarevashe, University of Zululand
CPS1282: Spatial distribution characteristics of lightning disaster risk and analysis of factors based on GIS---The Case of Hohhot
Jia Liu, Inner Mongolia University of Finance and Economics
CPS1333: Spatial Fay-Herriot model for estimating expenditure in Bangka Belitung province, Indonesia
Ahmad Risal, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS1414: Spatial heterogeneity in child labour practices and its determinants in Ghana
Bashiru Imoro Ibn Saeed, Kumasi Technical University
CPS1979: Investigating dissimilarity in spatial area data using Bayesian inference: The case of voter participation in the Philippine national and local elections of 2016
Francisco De Los Reyes, University of the Philippines
CPS2230: Using ‘RMAPSHAPER’ to modify boundary files for use in linked MICROMAP plots
Juergen Symanzik, Utah State University
Chair: Wan Mohd. Shahrulnizam Mohd. Najuri
CPS1342: Multidimensional poverty in east Nusa Tenggara: A structural equation modelling approach
Astrid Ayu Bestari, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS1398: New Zealand crime and victims survey: Filling the gap
Michael Slyuzberg, New Zealand Ministry of Justice
CPS1471: Impact of education and work status on women's empowerment in Egypt
Lamiaa Mohsen Elgebaly, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1485: Accessibility statistics to meet the needs of customers of Statistics Finland
Pasi Piela, Statistics Finland
CPS2010: Spatial and temporal trends in non-monetary wealth in Latin America (1990-2010)
Sula Sarkar, Institute for Social Research and Data Innovation, IPUMS, University of Minnesota
CPS2476: Measuring recruitment costs of migrant workers through household surveys: results of the pilot test from Lao PDR labour force survey 2017
Tite Habiyakare, International Labour Organization, Switzerland
Chair: Mohd Tahir Ismail
CPS653: Stochastic search variable selection for definitive screening designs in split-plot and block structures
Chang-YunLin, National Chung Hsing University, Chinese Taipei
CPS1167: Prediction for censored lifetimes from Weibull distribution in Khamis and Higgins Step-stress model
Indrani Basak, Penn State Altoona, USA
CPS1335: On modelling the frequency of antenatal care visits in Bangladesh
Kakoli Rani Bhowmik, Hasselt University, Belgium
CPS1874: A causal inference approach for model validation
Yiyao Chen, Technical University of Munich, Germany
CPS1987: AMMI and GGE Models for multi-environment agricultural field trials
Waqas Malik, University of Hohenheim
CPS2106: A linear mixed model for segmented regression with smooth transition
Julio M. Singer, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Chair: Azami Zaharim
CPS1943: Player selection strategy: A quantitative perspective
Nandish Chattopadhyay, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
CPS1988: Unreliable retrial queue with two types customers, two delays and vacations perspective
Saggou Hafida Hafida, Universite des Sciences et e la Technologie Houari Boumedienne Alger, Algeria
CPS2088: Advances in maintenance of critical plant machinery equipment, frequency optimization and minimization of breakdowns perspective
Rahul Chattopadhyay, Capgemini, India
Chair: Kamarulzaman Ibrahim
CPS1393: A measure of dispersion linked to the generalized mean
Victor M. Guerrero, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomode Mexico (ITAM)
CPS1428: Burr XII distribution and its application in PERT
Enobong Francis Udoumoh, University of Agriculture, Makurdi
CPS1917: Estimation of parameters of a mixture of two exponential distributions
Trijya Singh, Department of Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, Le Moyne College, Syracuse
CPS1923: Test for exponentiality against renewal increasing mean residual life class
Deemat Chamakalayil Mathew, St. Thomas College Palai
CPS1973: Structural breaks in nonparametric models via atomic pursuit methods
Matúš Maciak, Charles University
CPS2101: Nonnegative matrix factorization: A semi-parametric statistical view and model selection
Melanie Zetlaoui, Paris Nanterre University
Chair: Zainuddin Ahmad
CPS636: Statistical models for longitudinal zero-inflated count data: Application to seizure attacks
Haile Mekonnen Fenta, Bahir Dar University
CPS1451: Multistate survival modelling: An application to breast cancer patients
Prafulla Kumar Swain, Utkal University
CPS1972: Multi-Aspect permutation methods for cytomorphometric data under multivariate directional alternatives with application to comparative neuroanatomy
Livio Corain, University of Padova
CPS1974: Spatial analysis on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection and Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) cases in the Philippines
Lysette Corporal Aguila, Institute of Statistics, University of the Philippines Los Banos
CPS2054: Epidemiology of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients in a South African intensive care unit
Sisa Pazi, South Africa
CPS2206: A comparison of two estimators for phase II/III clinical trials
Ashna Jabbar Mohammad, Queen Mary University of London
Chair: Zuraidy Zainal Abidin
CPS1277: Use of GIS and statistics in measuring land consumption rate to population growth rate in Egypt
Amal Mohamed El Sharnoby, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1460: Monitoring sustainable developmental goals: Tracking voluntary tobacco related measures and targets among adults using the global tobacco surveillance system
Krishna M Palipudi, CDC
CPS1830: A demographic overture of future vision beneath SDGs in Egypt
Dalia Galal Elabady, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1996: The relationship between income inequality and disparity education and effect to achieve SDGs in Egypt
Ali Hebishi Kamel Abdelhamid, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS2259: Functional areas: Opportunities for 'Leave No One Behind' agenda and statistical challenges
Florabela Carausu, Gopa Luxembourg S.A.R.L
CPS2565: Youth empowerment and sustainable urban development
Arun Kumar Sinha, Central University Bihar, India