09:00 - 10:00
Invited Paper Session
Room: Hegelsaal I
Chair:
Asta Manninen
Organiser/s:
Asta Manninen
This session will consider the advances in integrating statistical and geospatial information, and would seek to get views from users and other stakeholders about how greater use of geospatial information could enhance the value of official statistics. It will focus on geographical and other breakdowns of official statistics related to relevant urban and regional planning, territorial and targeted policies on various levels of government. The challenges and solutions of integration of geospatial and statistical data are also topical. How to facilitate new and evolving uses of small area statistics engaging citizens and communities, e.g. easy access and open access to official statistics of high granularity enhanced with user friendly communication. Finally, many of the major trends shaping our world, such as urbanisation, globalisation, the international migration, digitalisation and climate change, request special attention on cities and regions, simply because cities and regions are the prime scene of these trends and also key actors for delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thus, in the process of translating the SDGs into statistical information territorialisation of relevant SDG indicators is important.
09:00 - 10:00
09:00 - 10:00
Contributed Paper Session
Room: Upper Foyer
Chair:
Per Nymand-Andersen
10:00 - 11:00
Special Topic Session
Room: Hegelsaal II
Chair:
Florian Meinfelder
Organiser Stefan Bender (head of the Research Data and Service Centre of the Bundesbank)

Administrative data producers are witnessing a growing demand to provide access to microdata. Simultaneously, digitisation is affecting data production in official statistics and data handling in research. This session will shed light on the need for data access and data sharing for official statistics and research to enable evidence-based policy advice and evaluation. Discussion will be on addressing challenges arising from sharing data in an international context will be discussed. The session will also provide an outlook on new ways to stimulate collaborations in an engaging knowledge framework and on how to measure the impact of official statistics and research in society.
10:00 - 11:00
Special Topic Session
Room: Hegelsaal II
Chair:
Martina Hahn
Organiser/s:
Martina Hahn
Which basic competences are needed and how to improve them, aiming at a data culture that is receptive to high quality statistics?
10:00 - 11:00
Contributed Paper Session
Room: Upper Foyer
Chair:
Manfred Ehling
11:30 - 12:30
Importance of statistics on real estate market , big data and tools for linking micro data with macro statistics by Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of the European Systemic Risk Board Secretariat
KEY03: Keynote
Room: AULA
12:30 - 13:30
Lunch
13:30 - 14:15
Closing Panel Conference conclusions: What will be the Hot Topics for European Official Statistics in 5 Years? Panel discussion
Panel: Panel
Room: AULA
Chair:
Ralf M├╝nnich
Speakers: Eduardo Barredo Capelot ( Eurostat), Caroline Willeke (ECB), Walter Radermacher (FENStatS)
14:15 - 14:30
Dr. Christian Lange, Deputy Major of Bamberg
Farewell: Farewell
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