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Agenda

Conference "Statistics for Knowledge Based Society"
Eurostat Data User Conference

April 24, 2015
Radisson BLU Daugava

Conference moderator: Māris Ķirsons

09.00-09.30

Registration, morning coffee

 

09.30 – 09.40

Introduction

Aija Žīgure, President, the CSB of Latvia

09.40– 10.00

European statistics: making the difference

Mariana Kotzeva, Deputy Director General, Eurostat

10.00 – 11.30

European and Latvian Labour market trends, social inclusion and welfare

Panel moderator: Ruta Zilvere, Social policy expert

 

Transfer of tax burden from labour force to immovable property: impact on poverty, income inequality and well-being

Anna Zdanoviča, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies (BICEPS)

 

Development of employment relations: organisational and individual patterns

Anita Gaile, RISEBA and Riga Business School

 

Use of EU-SILC data in poverty reduction policy before and after crisis

Evija Kūla, Ministry of Welfare  

 

Youth migration trends

Zaiga Krišjāne, University of Latvia

 

Discussion

11.30 – 11.50 Coffee break

11.50 – 13.20

Statistical data for policy planning and monitoring

Panel moderator: Dainis Gašpuitis, SEB senior economist

 

Labour Force Survey data for medium and long-term labour market forecasting in Latvia

Normunds Ozols,  Ministry of Economy

 

Investments in Latvian research and development. What do data tell us?

Agnese Rutkovska, Bank of Latvia

 

Labour market in Latvia. Migration and demography – key future challenges

Jānis Hermanis, Employers’ Confederation of Latvia

 

Evidence-based development planning and assessment in Latvia

Vladislavs Vesperis, Cross-Sectoral Coordination Centre

 

Discussion

 

13.20– 14.20

Lunch

14.20 – 15.20

Statistical data in media

 

Data & Journalists

Rudīte Spakovska, Latvian Radio I

 

Journalists hate figures and get lost in numbers, why?

Inga Spriņģe, Re:  Baltica

 

From data to research

Daiga Kiopa, SIA Lursoft

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