Webinar 4: Register based statistics: Where a population register, and unique identification system is in place

Date
Location
Online
Kind of event
Meeting
Joint Partner
BAG, UNSD, Paris21

​Areas to be covered

  • The Swedish register-based census: Rationale, approaches, pros and cons and key experiences and lessons learnt.
  • Register-based censuses in the Nordic countries (i.e. Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway) – summary of approaches, timelines, lessons etc.
  • Lessons from Austria; journey to Register based census in ten years Plus linking Identifiable records.

Presenters

Margareta Carlsson has worked at Statistics Sweden since 1998, with statistics on wages, salaries, labor costs and structural business statistics and the last nine years with population, migration and census statistics. She worked with Sweden’s first fully register-based census (2011) and will be the project leader for the Census 2021. She was a national expert at Eurostat in 2002, working with the ad-hoc module in the Labor Force Survey. She is now a member of the task force on future EU censuses at Eurostat, who is currently working on the new framework regulation on population, census and migration.

Useful Materials

Presentation Documents and Links
The Swedish register-based census pptx
Register-based censuses pre-requisites, advantages & disadvantages. The Nordic Countries experience pptx