|Title of the contribution
|Dr. Stephan Krische
|Ms. Phonesaly Souksavath
|Ms. Hionia Vlachou
|Administrative statistical data on crime statistics
|The study on the ‘availability, comparability and consistency of administrative statistical data on recorded crime at all the stages of the criminal justice process in the European Union’ aims to provide evidence base to further develop data on crime statistics and inform policymakers in the field of cross border organised crime. It assesses the availability, comparability and consistency of statistics for 18 offences, seven situational subcategories, and five stages of the criminal justice system (police, prosecution and courts). The study encourages further developments in the International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes implementation in order to ensure integration of data.
|Ms. Ibtissam Sahir and Mr. Ferdinando Biscosi
|The role of data integration in national accounts reengineering
|The Luxembourgish project, National Accounts the New Generation (NATNG), involves reengineering the national accounts compilation process, from a technical and organizational perspective. The challenge is to implement new, more efficient, transparent, fast and robust optimized compilation procedures while capitalizing on accumulated experience. In this process, data integration represent an essential step. From one hand, it gives the possibility to complement the original data sources with new and timely alternative data sources, such as administrative data. On the other hand, this brings additional challenges for the statisticians, especially when quality and consistency of the new integrated system needs to be assured.
|Ms. Salika Chanthalavong
|Challenges in the integration of multiple data sources in environmental-economic accounting in Lao PDR
|The System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) using an integrated systems approach incorporating multiple data sources within a unified analytical framework, plays a central role in Lao PDR strategy for the development of environment statistics.
Routinely producing these accounts requires addressing the technical and institutional barriers to the integration of different data sources.
In the context of the national statistical systems of a lower middle income country, the development of Material Flow Accounts by the Lao Statistics Bureau with support from the Lao Luxembourg Cooperation Project in Statistics is illustrative of the challenges and solutions applied to overcome them.
|Mr. Guillaume Osier
|The integration of administrative sources in the EU-SILC statistics: benefits and obstacles
|The European Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) have been running every year since 2004. Luxembourg’s Statistical Authority (STATEC) has been in charge of collecting the EU-SILC data in the Grand-Duchybased on representative samples of the resident population.
This contribution presents the outcome from several pilot exercises made by STATEC to explore the benefits of integrating administrative sources into the EU-SILC production process. More integration of administrative sources into the EU-SILC data production chain, particularly income information coming from the social security databases, is likely to help reduce the questionnaire burden while information of better quality could be used.
|Dr. Ronald Jansen
|Dr. Dominik Rozkrut