21–24 March 2017
Conference proceedings (Note! Large file)
The ISI Regional Statistics Conference (RSC) 2017 was held in Bali, Indonesia, 21–24 March. It was organized by the ISI and its South East Asia Regional Network, in collaboration with Bank Indonesia (BI) as the co-host, and supported by Badan Pusat Statistik (Statistics Indonesia), Ikatan Perstatistikan Indonesia (Association of Indonesia Statistician), and Forum Masyarakat Statistik (Indonesia Statistics Community Forum).
This second ISI Regional Statistics Conference was a three-day conference preceded by the ECB-BIS-BI Regional Seminar on Central Banking Statistics, the Irving Fisher Committee (IFC)-BI Satellite Seminar on Big Data, and short courses. The Main Conference program was held from 22 to 24 March 2017 in Bali International Conference Center, Nusa Dua, Bali. The conference theme “Enhancing Statistics, Prospering Human Life” was chosen to encourage researchers and practitioners who are actively involved in statistical science in academia, industry, national statistical offices, national and international agencies, central banks, as well as users, to participate in discussions on how statistics may contribute to prosper human life. The conference theme was wide enough to accommodate participants with diverse interests. A total of 400 delegates participated in the conference. There were three Plenary Sessions, and parallel sessions discussed 193 papers in 29 Invited Paper Sessions and 34 Contributed Paper Sessions.