2022 IAOS Young Statisticians Prize

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The winners for the 2022 IAOS Young Statisticians Price are now officially known. 


The winners are ... 

The International Association for Official Statistics (IAOS) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 IAOS Young Statisticians Prize. This international prize encourages young statisticians to take an active interest in official statistics and is awarded for the best paper in the field of official statistics written by a young statistician.

The winners are from Canada, Spain, and the USA  with a special commendation to Indonesia (second time).

The first prize in the 2022 IAOS Prize for Young Statisticians has been awarded to Dr. Erin Lundy from Statistics Canada with his paper Predicting the quality and evaluating the use of administrative data for the 2021 Canadian Census of Population.

Mr. Juan Carlos Galvez Sainz de Cueto, Mr. Jorge Fernandez Calatrava and Mr. Lasai Barrenada Taleb, all from Statistics Spain, with their paper timelines reduction on industrial turnover index based on machine learning algorithms, have been awarded the second prize.

The paper Statistical data integration models to reconcile health official statistics by Dr. Andrea Luisa Erciulescu, Senior Statistician at Westat has been awarded the third prize.

Ms. Atika Nashirah Hasyyati, Statistician at Badan Pusat Statistik – Statistics Indonesia, has with her paper Imputation for subsampling in Indonesian National Socioeconomic Survey received a special commendation for a paper from a developing nation.

Warmest congratulations to all these winners.

In addition to the monetary prizes, the first-place winner(s) receive travel funds to present their paper at an international conference. 

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