The program described on the following pages presents the latest thinking on key issues pertaining to establishment surveys via introductory overview lectures, invited and contributed sessions, and a panel discussion. Poster sessions and software demonstrations provide further opportunities for cross-national, interdisciplinary discussions and the exchange of ideas.
The social program allows participants to enjoy unique cultural aspects of our beautiful host city-Montréal. In addition, the receptions and concluding dinner provide opportunities to renew existing friendships and meet new colleagues.
On behalf of all who have worked to make this conference a reality, I am pleased to welcome you, to thank you for participating, and to invite you to take advantage of the variety and depth of opportunities at the conference.
Howard Hogan, Chair
The Third International Conference on Establishment Surveys (ICES-III)
will be held in Montréal, Québec, Canada, June 18-21, 2007.
ICES-III will explore the current state of the art in survey methodology
for establishment surveys. In 1993, ICES-I brought together more than
400 survey experts in the areas of businesses, farms, and institutions.
a forward look at survey methods.
Approximately 500 participants are expected. Following the conference, a collection of conference papers on CD-ROM will be sent to all participants.
Conference activities will be held at the Hyatt Regency Montréal. The Hyatt Regency Montréal web site is http://montreal.hyatt.com. (Hotel reservations can be made starting on December 18, 2006.)
For further information, please send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The official language of the conference is U.S. English. Translators will not be provided.
THIS CONFERENCE IS SPONSORED BY:
The Organizing and Program Committees would like to thank the following organizations for their generous support of the ICES-III 2007:
Australian Bureau of Statistics