Understanding households in administrative data: definition and estimation

 
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RSS sections/special interest groups, Social Statistics Section

Tuesday 13 March 2018

 
Location ICMS, South College Street, Edinburgh EH8 9AA

This meeting follows up the July 2017 meeting 'Addresses vs Households: what do users need?' - the challenge in administrative data is that it has lines for individuals, and not social units such as families. The meeting will hear about progress with developments from ONS (in England and Wales) and NRS (in Scotland) as well as perspectives and experience from France and Norway.
 
Confirmed speakers from ONS, NRS and ADRN include Becky Tinsley, Alistair Calder, Andrew Wright, Chris Dibben, Dave Martin. 
 
Other speakers include Eva Lelievre (INED), Gill Harper (Cass Business School), Rebecca Goldman (Fatherhood Institute), Roy Carr-Hill (UCL), Li-Chun Zhang (Statistics Norway and Southampton).
 
We hope to establish a further programme to take this forward in the context of changing international official statistics practice to replace household surveys with administrative sources.
 

Organiser Name Tom King

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Organising Group(s) RSS Social Statistics Section with the Administrative Data Research Centre - Scotland (ADRC-S), the Office for National Statistics and National Records Scotland

 

 

 

 

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