Welcome to ISI RSC 2017

Good decision making relies on accurate data and data analysis, which emphasizes the importance of statistics enhancement accordingly. Numerous decisions made by policy maker affect the lives of millions of people who participate in them, without being granted any measure of control. From the perspective of prospering human life, it is essential for policy makers, academia, economists, analysts as well as statistician to have a better understanding to what are the statistics that reflects an amalgam of influences to the prospering human life.

The ISI Regional Statistics Conference (RSC) 2017 is organized by the ISI and its South East Asia Regional Network (ISI-SEA Network) together with Bank Indonesia as the co-host, in collaboration with Badan Pusat Statistik (Statistics Indonesia), Ikatan Perstatistikan Indonesia (Association of Indonesia Statistician), and Forum Masyarakat Statistik (Indonesia Statistician Forum). It brings together eminent statisticians and members of the statistical community from South East Asia and all around the world to present, discuss, promote and disseminate research and best practice in every field of Multiplication Statistics Tables imprimer and its applications toward enhancement statistics to prospering human life.

ISI RSC 2017 will feature a rich scientific programme focusing on the latest knowledge and innovation in Statistics. It will also be an excellent opportunity to benefit from additional scientific activities such as satellite meetings and short courses.
We are immensely pleased to invite you to attend the ISI Regional Statistics Conference (RSC) to be held in Bali, Indonesia from 21 to 24 March 2017.

Bali is one of legendary islands in Indonesian archipelago which often called the Island of Gods. Bali has been the favorite destination for locals and international tourists for ages. Full of magnificent beaches, breathtaking sceneries, marvelous trinkets and interesting culture. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking and music.

To ensure an enjoyable and fruitful ambiance for sharing and networking, an attractive and diversified social programme is being designed. It shall give the participants an opportunity to experience the rich culture of Indonesia especially Bali and its magical taste of cuisine.

We have no doubt that taking part in ISI RSC 2017 will be a great and enjoyable opportunity for sharing experiences and networking in the magical and warm ambiance of the island of gods – Bali. Come and join us there for ISI RSC 2017.

Bank Indonesia

The history of Bank Indonesia’s institution began from the enactment of the central bank Act No.11 of 1953 concerning Principal Act on Bank Indonesia dated 1 July 1953. In carrying out its duties as the central bank, Bank Indonesia was managed by the Monetary Board, Board of Directors and Board of Advisors. The Monetary Board issued monetary policies, although the Government was accountable for it. After it had been amalgamated into a single bank, during the early period of the New Order, the underlying act of Bank Indonesia was amended through Act No. 13 of 1968 concerning the Central Bank. From that time, Bank Indonesia played the role as the Central Bank and simultaneously assisted the government in the development programmes by implementing the government policies with the help from the Monetary Board. As a result, Bank Indonesia was no longer under the Monetary Board.

A new chapter in the history of Bank Indonesia as an independent central bank was initiated when a new Central Bank Act, the UU No. 23/1999 on Bank Indonesia, was enacted on May 17, 1999 and have which has been amended with UU No.3/2004 on January 15, 2004. The Act confers it the status and position as an independent state institution and freedom from interference by the Government or any other external parties.

As an independent state institution, Bank Indonesia is fully autonomous in formulating and implementing each of its task and authority as stipulated in the Act. External parties are strictly prohibited from interfering with Bank Indonesia’s implementation of its tasks, and Bank Indonesia has the duty to refuse or disregard any attempt of interference in any form by any party.

Such unique status and position are necessary so that Bank Indonesia can implement its role and function as monetary authority more effectively and efficiently.

Whether as a public legal entity or as civil legal entity, the position of Bank Indonesia is regulated by the statutes. As a public legal entity, Bank Indonesia has the authority to issue policy rules and regulations, which are binding to the public - at - large. As a civil legal entity, Bank Indonesia is able to represent itself in and outside the court of law.
For more information, please visit the official website of Bank Indonesia (www.bi.go.id)

ISI Regional Statistics Conference

The second ISI Regional Statistics Conference (ISI RSC 2017) will take place from 22 to 24 March 2017 in Bali, Indonesia. It aims to bring together members of the statistical community from South East Asia and all around the world to present, discuss, promote and disseminate research and best practice in every field of Statistics and its applications towards Enhancing Statistics To Prospering Human Life.

There will be three types of sessions: Special Invited Sessions, Invited Paper Sessions and Contributed Paper Sessions.

More details on the conference programme will be available soon.


The joint ECB-BIS-BI Regional Seminar for Asian Countries on Recent Developments in Central Bank Statistics will take place on 20-21 March 2017 in Bali, Indonesia, in the same venue as the ISI RSC 2017. This seminar will give the opportunity to participants to discuss recent developments in central bank statistics, among others are business registers and credit registers as well as improvements in more classical statistics such as monetary statistics, external statistics and financial accounts by sector. The participants will also possibly to contribute by presenting their own practices, thus enabling participants to benefit from such exchange of knowledge and experience in developing Central Bank statistics. Participation in this Seminar is by Invitation only.


This is a full day seminar for central banks, organized by the Irving Fisher Committee (IFC) and Bank Indonesia, which will take place on Tuesday 21 March 2017, in the same venue as the ISI RSC 2017. The topic for the seminar is Big Data as it became challenging issue for central banks. This seminar may give a better understanding about methodological and practical issues related big data. Participation in this Seminar is by Invitation only.

Short Courses

The Short Courses/Workshops for the ISI RSC 2017 will take place from 20-21 March 2017 in Bali, Indonesia. These Short Courses/Workshops are organized by the ISI and its South East Asia Regional Network (ISI-SEA Network), with the support of Bank Indonesia, the co-host organization for the ISI RSC 2017.

The following is a list of the Short Courses/Workshops:

Duration Topics Instructor(s)
SC01 Mon, 20 Mar 2017 (full
day) + Tue, 21 Mar 2017
(half day/morning session)
1 1/2 Day
Understanding Volatility and Machine Learning
Don McNeil
SC02 Mon, 20 Mar 2017 (full
day) + Tue, 21 Mar 2017
(half day/morning session)
1 1/2 Day
Time Series Analysis for
Repeated Sample Surveys
Denise Britz do N. Silva
SC03 Tue, 21 Mar 2017 (half
day/afternoon session)
Half Day
From Data to Visual Insights:
An Introduction to Statistical
Graphics Using R
John Bailer
SC04 Tue, 21 Mar 2017 (half
day/afternoon session) Half Day
Statistics of Extremes and Risk
Evaluation Using R
Ivette Gomes

All Conference participants and contributors are welcome to register. There will be a registration fee of IDR500.000,- for each Short Course/Workshop , which is kept as low as possible just to recover the hosting costs.

To register for the Short Course/Workshop, please send this form to secretariat@isi-rsc2017.org before 17 February 2017. A minimum of 10 registered participants is required for each course/workshop to be confirmed. Confirmation of the registration will be sent via email upon submission of registration form. The confirmation email will contain information needed to pay the short course/workshop registration fee. Payment to the ISI RSC 2017 Secretariat must be made in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) both for domestic and international participants. Full payment of short course/workshop registration fees must be received before 10 March 2017.

To ensure maximum benefit for the participants, registration for each of the workshops is limited to 40 people. Interested participants will be registered on a first come first serve basis, depending on receipt of short course registration fees.

The venue for the short courses will be the same as that for ISI RSC 2017. Detailed time schedule, and more information about each short course will be available soon.

Overview of the Programme

ISI RSC 2017 is a three day conference with pre event activities such as satellite seminars and short courses. The Main Conference program will be held from 22 to 24 March 2017.

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, and other groups to participate in discussions on how Statistics may contribute to prospering human life. The conference theme is also very wide to accommodate participants with diverse interests.

There will be two types of sessions: Invited Paper Sessions and Contributed Paper Session.

I. Call for Invited Paper Sessions

The Scientific Program Committee invites proposals for the Invited Paper Sessions.

IPS sessions usually consist of 3-4 papers and a discussant invited by the organizer of the Session. The SPC will review the proposals and select the IPS to be included in the ISI RSC 2017 programme, with due consideration of diversity of topics, the regional distribution of organizers and speakers, scientific quality and impact of proposed papers.

II. Call for Contributed Papers

The Scientific Program Committee invites submission of abstracts and papers for the Contributed Paper Sessions.

Papers in any of the following areas are most welcome to be submitted and presented in the conference, subject to approval from the Scientific Program Committee.

Any person planning to attend the ISI RSC 2017 may submit a contributed paper for presentation. For the submission to be considered by the Scientific Programme Committee (SPC), the abstract and paper should in line with the guidelines which are available in the “Guidelines Menu” of the website. Once accepted, a contributed paper will be listed in the programme and to be presented by the author.

III. Topics, Sub topics, and Issues

Macro-Financial Statistics

The dynamic nature of macroeconomic and financial world undoubtedly demands reliable data and information of various economic events. We view three upmost important aspects as follows:
Statistics for Central Banks. Monetary, financial stability and payment system related policies made by the central bank should always be based on a robust central banking statistics.
Emerging role of Sharia Financial and Economics. The development sharia based initiatives by the experts for the welfare of the society has to be backed by strong statistics that suits the uniqueness of sharia economics and finance.
Financial Statistics. Expanding complexity of financial market and financial products should always be supported by the relevant estimation of profit and accompanying risk. A continuous assessment to the relevance of existing statistic is necessary and ideas of new perspective are always welcome to keep the provision data and information abreast with the development of the financial world itself.

Statistical Theory and Methodology

The theory of statistics provides a basis for the whole range of techniques, in both study design and data analysis, that are used within applications of statistics. The theory covers approaches to statistical-decision problems and to statistical inference, and the actions and deductions that satisfy the basic principles stated for these different approaches. Within a given approach, statistical theory gives ways of comparing statistical procedures. It can find a best possible procedure within a given context for given statistical problems, or can provide guidance on the choice between alternative procedures. Discussion of statistics theories and methodologies will never lose its attraction as room for improvement will always reside and new thinking will always be honored.

Five of the above mentioned aspects will be covered as sub-topics under the topic of Statistical Theory and Methodology.

Official Statistics

Official statistics are produced and disseminated by government agencies and international institutions. The accuracy of the official statistics is important to maintain its reliability as the input in government policy formulation and policy effectiveness. Therefore, official statistics should be published by authorized government agency in statistical compilation. Yet, coordination among data sources and statistical methodology/compilation development have been the main efforts to improve the reliability of official statistics.

Six of the above mentioned aspects will be covered as sub-topics under the topic of Official Statistics.

Conference Schedule

The ISI RSC 2017 will take place on 20 to 24 March 2017 and will start on Monday with a Satellite seminar.

Pre-Event Activities Main Conference
20 March 2017 Tuesday,
21 March 2017 Wednesday,
22 March 2017 Thursday,
23 March 2017 Friday,
24 March 2017
Monday - Tuesday
ECB-BIS-BI Regional Seminar for Asian Countries on Recent Developments in Central Bank Statistics


IFC-BI Satellite Seminar on Big Data

Wednesday - Friday

Gala Dinner Friday
Statistician Award
Closing Ceremony


Bali International Convention Center (BICC), Managed by The Westin Nusa Dua, Bali

Nestled on a white sand beach overlooking the Indian Ocean, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali is one of the best family hotels in Bali. This Nusa Dua resort is a 5-stars luxury resort. Set in a quiet garden with a tropical atmosphere, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali offers comfortable accommodation with a collection of both indoor and outdoor activities.

Bali International Convention Center (BICC), Managed by The Westin Nusa Dua, Bali
Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua BTDC Lot N-3
Nusa Dua, Bali 80363, Indonesia

Telp: +62-361-771 906
Fax: +62-361-771 908
E-mail: 00035.groups@westin.com

It can be reach with the following estimated time of travel:

ISI RSC 2017 Statistician Award

In order to encourage involvement of statisticians in this statistical conferences and to recognise their participation in the ISI RSC 2017, the Scientific Programme Committee is introducing the ISI RSC 2017 Statistician Award. From all the papers submitted by statisticians for this conference, the Scientific Programme Committee will select three best papers.

The first winner will receive prize money of IDR20 million (equivalent around USD1,500*)

The second winner will receive prize money of IDR15 million (equivalent around USD1,125*)

The third winner will receive prize money of IDR10 million (equivalent around USD750*)

*)Indicative in USD using rate as of 16 June 2016

The winners will be announced at the end of the conference. All winners will also receive certificate declaring him/her as the recipient of the “ISI RSC 2017 Statistician Award”.

Author qualifications

The paper should be original in the sense that it had not been published before and will be presented for the first time at the ISI RSC 2017.
The paper (including tables, charts and figures) should be written in English and should not exceed 7 typewritten single-spaced pages.

Selection criteria
The Scientific Programme Committee will evaluate the papers according to the following criteria:

Originality of research/degree of innovation;
Relevance to the conference theme;
Quality, clarity and style of presentation; and
Scientific quality and statistical techniques used in the research.
All submissions will be evaluated by the Scientific Programme Committee and the committee’s decision is final.

Further information
Please contact the Scientific Programme Committee at secretariat@isi-rsc2017.org

Honorary Committee (HC)

The ISI-RSC 2017 is organized by the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and its South East Asia Regional Network in collaboration with Bank Indonesia, and Indonesia Statistics Offices.

Honorary Committee
Pedro Silva President, International Statistical Institute
Erwin Rijanto Deputy Governor, Bank Indonesia
Suhariyanto Chief Statistician, Statistics Indonesia
Adi Lumaksono Chief, Association of Statisticians Indonesia

Scientific Programme Committee (SPC)

The ISI-RSC 2017 is organized by the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and its South East Asia Regional Network in collaboration with Bank Indonesia, and Indonesia Statistics Offices.


Vijay Nair University of Michigan, USA
Scientific Programme Committee
Pedro Silva President, International Statistical Institute
Toh Hock Chai Chairperson, ISI SEA Outreach Committee


Hizir Sofyan ISI SEA Outreach Committee
Khairil Anwar Notodiputro Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesia


Agus Sudjianto Wells Fargo, USA
Anupap Somboonsavatdee Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Bee-Wah Yap Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Byeong U. Park Seoul National University, South Korea
Catherine Ho Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Fah-Fatt Gan National University of Singapore
Madeline D. Cabautan Asian Development Bank, Philippines
Mohd. Uzir Mahidin Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Poon Wai Ching Monash University, Malaysia
Sanjay Chaudhuri National University of Singapore
Santha Vaithilingam Monash University, Malaysia
Tann Sokhann National Bank of Cambodia, Cambodia
Thi Thanh Loan Le General Statistics Office, Vietnam
Try Sothearith Western University, Cambodia
TSUI Kwok Leung City University, Hongkong
Wong Sen Min Bank Negara Malaysia, Malaysia
Naveen N Narisetty University of Michigan, USA
Erli Wijayanti
Statistics Indonesia, Indonesia
Helen Johnson
University of Queensland, Australia
Dwityapoetra S. Besar Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Yoga Affandi Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Ascarya Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Dadang Muljawan Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
M.H.A Ridwan Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Rizki E. Wimanda Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Sahminan Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Danny Hermawan Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Gunawan Wicaksono Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Rifki Ismal Bank Indonesia, Indonesia
Adi Nugroho Statistics Office, Indonesia
Adhi Wiriana Statistics Office, Indonesia
Buyung Airlangga Statistics Office, Indonesia
Razali Ritonga Statistics Office, Indonesia
Sairi Hasbullah Statistics Office, Indonesia
Sentot Bangun Widoyono Statistics Office, Indonesia
Suharianto Statistics Office, Indonesia
Sri Soelistyowati Statistics Office, Indonesia
Titi Kanti Lestari Statistics Office, Indonesia
Abuzar Asra Statistics Institute, Indonesia
Akhmad Fauzy Indonesia Islamic University, Indonesia
Anang Kurnia Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesia
Asep Saefuddin Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesia
Bustanul Arifin Lampung University, Indonesia
Dedi Rosadi Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Dumaria Tampubolon Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Ketut Rahyuda Udayana University, Indonesia
Noer Azzam Achsani Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesia
Nur Iriawan Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Nusar Hajarisman Bandung Islamic University, Indonesia
Suhartono Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Titin Siswantining Indonesia University, Indonesia
Toni Toharudin Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Zulkardi Sriwijaya University, Indonesia
Mei Ling Ministry of Finance, Indonesia
Insukindro Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Hermanto Siregar Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesia

Local Organizing Committee (LOC)

The LOC is set up to oversee the planning and conduct of the ISI RSC 2017.

Hendy Sulistiowaty Executive Director of Statistics Department, Bank Indonesia
Solikin M. Juhro
Director of Bank Indonesia Institute, Bank Indonesia
Gantiah Wuryandani Director of Statistics Department, Bank Indonesia

Bagus Dwi Karyawan

Nunu Hendrawanto

G.A Diah Utari
Etika Rosanti
Ari Nopianti
Yura A. Djalins

Guidelines for Abstract

Guideline for Paper

The paper must be written in English.
The paper must be submitted as a “MS-WORD and .pdf” file via the conference website. The “MS-WORD and pdf” file must have no security protection.
Use the templates for preparing the paper in MS-WORD
Use single-spacing, font type ‘Times New Roman’ and font size 11.
The maximum size of the paper is 7 pages including title, author(s)’ name(s) and affiliation(s), abstract, paper content, and references.
Do not use page numbers in “.pdf” format.
Please organize the paper as follows:

Title: Start with the title, which should be in bold letters and centred. It should be informative but not too long (preferably no more than two lines long).
Name(s) of Author(s): Continue with the list of authors. Please add an asterisk next to the name of the presenting author (speaker),who should also be the corresponding author. For each author, please provide organizational affiliation, name of city and country of residence, and e-mail address.
Keywords:A list of keywords (maximum of four) must be included after the text of the abstract. Words from the title should not be repeated in the list of keywords.
Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) classification.
Body of paper :
Organize the paper in sections: introduction, intermediate sections,conclusion.
The text should be fully justified (left and right).
Figures and tables,and corresponding titles should be centred. Please include table and figure numbers and captions, and use them to cite the tables and figures in the text.
Color graphics are acceptable.
Citations to references within the text should follow the style used in statistical journals such as the International Statistical Review: e.g., Fisher (1925); McCullagh, P., &Nelder, J. A. (1983); Box et al. (2013).
References: Use formatting in statistical journals, such as the International Statistical Review. Examples:
Fisher, R. A. (1925). Statistical methods for research workers. Genesis Publishing Pvt Ltd.
McCullagh, P., &Nelder, J. A. (1983). Generalized linear models.London, England, Chapman and Hall.
Box, G. E., Jenkins, G. M., &Reinsel, G. C. (2013). Time series analysis: forecasting and control. John Wiley & Sons.
Abbreviations should be spelled out in full the first time they occur. (Example: The properties of maximum likelihood estimators (MLEs) are developed. The small-sample performance of the MLEs is studied through simulation.)
Double check for scientific accuracy as well as for clarity, proper grammar and punctuation before submitting the paper. For operation management reasons, please name your file with the following file-naming convention:
3 characters for the Session code (IPS for Invited Paper Session; CPS for Contributed Paper Session),
followed by one underscore as separator,
followed by 1 characters to identify the speaking person’s capacity (C for the Chair, S for Speaker, D for Discussant),
followed by one underscore as separator and the last surname of the speaker.
The extension part of the file name remains the same as that of the original file format.
For example, the file ‘XXX_S_Surname.doc or .pdf’.
All queries should be sent to programme@isi-rsc2017.org
You can retrieve the template for Paper here

Guidelines for Presentation

Guidelines for Chair

The presentation will be in the panel of 3 or 4 speakers. The responsibilities of the session chair include:

Arriving in the session room at least 1 5 minutes in advance of the session start time. The timing and location of your session is included in the conference schedule.
Encouraging presenters to load any required files into the laptop 15 minutes prior to the start of the session.
Introducing presenters by name, affiliation, and title of presentation at the start of the session or at the start of each paper in a group (individual papers).
Monitoring presentation time. Panels have been allotted 90 minutes, which should include at least 30 minutes of time for discussion (Q&A) and conclusion. In order for the sessions to run smoothly, it is essential to adhere to these time limits. This is particularly important for groups of individual papers; in order for all presenters to have equal time, it is imperative that you enforce a time limit of 15 minutes each. We suggest that you make it very clear to each presenter before the session begins that you will adhere strictly to the ‘15 minutes each’ rule and will interrupt should they exceed their limit. Please also remind presenters that should they wish to reconfigure furniture, to set up the laptop, or to distribute evaluation forms, these activities will need to be conducted within their 15 minutes window.
Chair should make brief proceeding report of the session and submit it to organizer. The proceeding should contain at least the wrap up of the panel speaker issues, title, abstract and conclusion.
Additional Notes :

Each presentation room is equipped with a data projector and screen
Conference volunteers will be circulating to provide assistance throughout the presentation slots. If you require assistance

Welcome to the ISI RSC 2017 Submission System

To submit, view, edit or confirm a session, abstract, paper, or presentation you must first log in (enter your log in information and click the login button). If you do not have an account, please register online and provide the required information and choose the Participation Category as “Contributor”. If you have an account but forgot your password, please click the “Forgot the password” and a link to reset your password will be e-mailed to your registered e-mail account.

World Bank Trust Fund for Statistical Capacity Building for ISI Regional Statistics Conference

The ISI and the World Bank Group are pleased to announce funding opportunities for developing country participants to attend the next ISI Regional Statistics Conference in Bali, Indonesia, from March 21- 24, 2017. The World Bank Trust Fund for Statistical Capacity Building (WB TFSCB) is for permanent residents of developing countries, who aim to expand the statistical capacity in their country through active participation in the scientific programme of the ISI Regional Statistics Conference. The objective of the WB TFSCB is to improve the capacity of statistical officers and academics in developing countries by improving their statistical knowledge to develop statistical systems through the participation in international conferences and workshops.

Selection of eligable candidates is done by an international committee based on the following criteria:

The quality of the candidate’s contribution to the RSC is one of the main selection criteria.
Candidates who have not received funding from the WBF in the past will have priority.
Candidates must be permanent residents of a developing country.
Candidates must be ISI members (regular or elected) before applying to the WB TFSCB. If you are not an ISI member then your application will not be processed.
The selection process considers the need for capacity building, including aspects such as country of residence (higher priority to the least developed countries), age of the applicant and minority groups, as well as the applicant’s potential to contribute to the statistical infrastructure in the region.

Funding will consist of the following:
Return airfare
RSC registration dan visa fees
An allowance for reasonable accomodation
Successful candidates will be notified by e-mail.

Closing Date: 30 November 2016

Please click the button below to download the application form

Social Programme

The ISI RSC 2017 is an excellent opportunity for you to expand your networking among expert, practitioner, academy, central banker, statistic official as well as student within the regional and globally.

• Social Events/Mocktail Party before the Gala Dinner on 22 March 2017.
• Gala Dinner on the evening of 22 March 2017.
• If you have any interest in this programme please indicate in the registration process.

Keynote and Invited Papers

Conference Proceeding

Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Welcoming Remarks
Banking and Finance
Information and Statistics In Public Policy Making
Statistics for Banking and Finance
Stephen Grenville
The New Cross-Border Finance in Asia
Eli Remolona
Statistics for Sharia Economics and Finance
Could Big Data Take Islamic Finance to the Next Frontier?
Zamir Iqbal View: Abstract
Measuring Islamic-Based Socioeconomic Progress: Issues and Challenges
Muhamed Zulkhibri View: Abstract
Prudential and Structural Islamic Financial Indicators (PSIFIs) – Soundness Indicators for Islamic Finance
Md. Salim Al Mamun View: Abstract
Integration of Islamic Commercial and Social Finance for Socio-Economic Development and Financial System Stability
Ascarya View: Abstract
Developing Real Sector Return Index
Jardine Husman View: Abstract
Advance Developments in Ordinal Data Analysis
Ordinal Model Effect Measures
Alan Agresti View: Abstract
Cluster Analysis for Ordered Categorical Data
Ivy Liu View: Abstract
Dispersion and Response Styles in Ordinal Regression
Gerhard Tutz View: Abstract
Where To In Statistical Education Across School, All University Disciplines and Beyond?
The Good, the Bad and Lessons for the Way Forward for Teaching Statistics and Data
Helen MacGillivray View: Abstract
Teaching and Learning Statistics: Lessons from Malaysian Classrooms
Mohd. Majid Konting View: Abstract
Undergraduate Statistics Program in Indonesia
Khairil Anwar Notodiputro
Teaching Statistics in Indonesian Schools: Today and Future
Muhammad Arif Tiro View: Abstract
Environmental & Natural Resources Statistics
Growth Externalities on the Environmental Quality Index of East Java Indonesia, Spatial Econometrics Mode
Rahma Fitriani, Wara Alfa Syukrilla View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Analysis for NDVI Trend and Variation Using MODIS Data in the Cloud Forest of Khao Nan National Park, Thailand during 2000-2015
Anusa Suwanwong, Noodchanath Kongchouy, Attachai Ueranantasun View: Abstract Paper
Improved the Forecasting of ANN-ARIMA Model Performance: A Case Study of Water Quality at the Offshore Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia
Muhamad Safiih Lola, Mohd Noor Afiq Ramlee, Vigneswary a/p Ponniah, Nurul Hila Zainuddin, Razak Zakariya, Md Suffian Idris, Idham Khalil View: Abstract Paper
Linear Mixed Models for Analyzing Total Weights of Fish in Na Thap River, Southern Thailand
Yenni Angraini, Khairil Anwar Notodiputro, Kusman Sadik, Sarawuth Chesoh View: Abstract Paper
Health & Social Statistics (1)
Modeling Seasonality in Epidemic Surveillance Data Using Count Time Series Models
Manik S. Awale View: Abstract Paper
Transformation Cure Models for Enrichment Design in Targeted Clinical Trials
Chih-Yuan Hsu, Chen-Hsin Chen View: Abstract Paper
A Powerful Method to Meta-Analysis for Testing No Treatment Effects
Kuang Fu Cheng View: Abstract Paper
Macroeconomic Statistics (1)
Evaluation of Inflation Targeting among ASEAN Countries, Does It Have Impact on Unemployment and Economic Growth
Chindy Saktias Pratiwi, Putu Wira Wirbuana View: Abstract Paper
Between Hawks and Doves: Measuring Central Bank Communication
Stefano Nardelli, David Martens, Ellen Tobback View: Abstract Paper
Cyclic Structural Equation Models and Their Identifiability
Mario Nagase, Yutaka Kano View: Abstract Paper
Forecasting Inflation Rate in Sulawesi Using Generalized Space-Time Autoregressive (GSTAR) Models
Asrirawan, Sumantri View: Abstract Paper
Food Price Information System Application: Survey Based Data Towards Regional Inflation Management Protocol
Noor Yudanto, Handri Adiwilaga, Maxmillian T. Tutuarima View: Abstract Paper
Residential & Commercial Property Statistics
An Application of Hedonic Price Models in Property Markets: Consumer Willingness to Pay and Property Price Index Estimation
Masarina Flukeria, Dewi Agita Pradaningtyas View: Abstract Paper
A Micro-Level View of Housing Affordability in Malaysia Using an Age Cohort-Housing Type Analysis
Gary John Rangel, Jason Wei Jian Ng, Thangarajah@M.Thiyagarajan Murugasu, Wai Ching Poon View: Abstract Paper
Property Cycle of Indonesia
Justina Adamanti, Arlyana Abubakar, M. Sahirul Alim View: Abstract Paper
A Hedonic Residential Property Price Index: The Case of Indonesia (A Preliminary Study)
Herina Prasnawaty Dewayany, Listyowati Puji Lestari, Ahmad Rasyid View: Abstract Paper
Probability Theory & Statistical Modelling (1)
A Naïve Method for Variable Reduction in Multidimensional Data
Noppachai Wongsai, Sangdao Wongsai, Apiradee Lim View: Abstract Paper
Flexible Functional Clustering of Accelerometer Data Using Transformed Input Variables
Yaeji Lim, Hee-Seok Oh, Ying Kuen Cheung View: Abstract Paper
Technical Efficiency Analysis of SMEs in Nusa Tenggara Timur 2015: An Integration of Stochastic Frontier Analysis and Six Sigma Methodology
Erli Wijayanti Prastiwi, Sari Ayutyas, Dewi Kurnia Ayuningtyas, Valent Gigih Saputri View: Abstract Paper
Prediction Intervals of Model Averaging Methods for High – Dimensional Data
Septian Rahardiantoro, Khairil Anwar Notodiputro, Anang Kurnia View: Abstract Paper
The Characteristic Function Property of Convoluted Random Variable from a Variational Cauchy Distribution
Dodi Devianto View: Abstract Paper
Survey Sampling
Small Area Models for Brazilian Business Skewed Data
Fernando Moura, André Felipe Azevedo Neves, Denise Britz do Nascimento Silva View: Abstract
Financial Inclusion
Measures of Financial Inclusion – A Central Bank Perspective
Bruno Tissot, Blaise Gadanecz View: Abstract Paper
Financial Inclusion and the G20 Agenda
Beatrice Timmermann, Philipp Gmehling View: Abstract Paper
Measuring Financial Inclusion in Malaysia
Zarina Abd Rahman View: Paper
Assessing Financial Inclusion in Portugal from the Central Bank’s Perspective
João Cadete de Matos, Luís D’Aguiar View: Abstract Paper
Encouraging Financial Inclusion in a New Nation – The Experience of the Central Bank of Timor-Leste
Gastão de Sousa View: Abstract Paper
Modelling And Analysis With Application To Finance And Insurance
Real-time Valuation of Large Variable Annuity Portfolios: A Green Mesh Approach
Ken Seng Tan, Kai Liu View: Abstract
Quantile Factor-augmented Prediction Model and Its Applications to Alpha-arbitrage Strategy in China’s Stock Market
Xiaorong Yang View: Abstract
A Bayesian Quantile Regression Model for Insurance Company Costs Data
Karthik Sriram View: Abstract
Recent Advances in The Analysis of Biomic Data
Network Analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing Count Data
Somnath Datta View: Abstract
Statistical Association Based Analysis for Genomic Data
Susmita Datta View: Abstract
Statistical Theory & Methodology (1)
Bayesian Approach to Errors-in-Variables (EIV) in Poisson Regression Model
Adriana Irawati Nur Ibrahim, Nur Aainaa Rozliman, Rossita Mohammad Yunus View: Abstract Paper
Bayesian Accelerated Life Testing
L. Raubenheimer View: Abstract Paper
Alternative Techniques of Constructing Empirical Bayes (EB) Confidence Intervals for Hierarchical Negative Binomial Generalized Linear Model
Mohanad F. Alkhasawneh View: Abstract
Survey Method (1)
Implementation of Big Data for Official Statistics in Indonesia
Setia Pramana, Jonggun Lee, Ricky Yordani, Budi Yuniarto, Robert Kurniawan, Imaduddin Amin, Ni Luh Putu Satyaning P.P, Yulistina Riyadi View: Abstract
A Modified Dual to Ratio-cum-product Estimator for the Population Mean Using Auxiliary Information under Stratified Random Sampling
Rohini Yadav View: Abstract
Macroeconomic Statistics (2)
Tourism Income Equality: Evidence of Bali Province
Stephanie Gunawan, Agni Alam Awirya, Putriana Nurman View: Abstract Paper
Participation of Balinese toward Tourism and Its Impacts
Eka N. Kencana View: Abstract Paper
The Use of Passenger Exit Survey to Estimate Tourist Spending as Driver of Regional Economy
Agni Alam Awirya, Elisabeth R. S. Y. Silitonga, Meita Elshinta Siagian View: Abstract Paper
Probability Theory & Statistical Modelling (2)
Sample Size Determination for Attaining Maximum Power under Cost Constraints
Bhargab Chattopadhyay, Pradipta Ray View: Abstract Paper
Tracing and Applying the Formula in the Equivalent Methods of Two Way ANOVA in Nonparametric Statistics
Fitri Catur Lestari View: Abstract Paper
A Family of Non-Parametric Tests for Decreasing Mean Time to Failure with Censored Data
Deemat C. Mathew, Sudheesh K. Kattumannil View: Abstract Paper
Demography & Social Welfare Statistics (1)
Empirical Study of Unemployment Disparities and Labor Market Structures at Sub National Level in Indonesia using Spatial Panel Data Analysis, 2004-2014
Putu Wira Wirbuana, Chindy Saktias Pratiwi View: Abstract Paper
Under-five Mortality in India: An Application of Multilevel Cox Proportional Hazard Model
Awdhesh Yadav View: Abstract
Grandparents’ Co-residence and Grandchildren’s Weight Status in China
Qinying He, Xun Li, Rui Wang View: Abstract Paper
Modeling Working Status of Housewife Using Model Multilevel for Binary Response
Wahyu Wibowo, R. Mohamad Atok, Fanny Ayu Octaviana View: Abstract Paper
Macrofinancial Statistics (1)
The Use of Financial Stress Index in measuring Indonesia’s Financial System Stability
Arisyi Fariza Raz, Ina Nurmalia View: Abstract Paper
Prediction Based Portfolio Optimization Model Using Neural Networks with an Emphasis on Leading Stocks of NSE
Gajendra K. Vishwakarma, Chinmoy Paul View: Abstract Paper
Classifying of Companies Listed in IDX LQ45
Maiyastri, Dodi Devianto, Efa Yonedi View: Abstract Paper
Sectoral Financial Account For Monetary Policy Making
German Households‘ Portfolio Decisions and Balance Sheet Dynamics from a Monetary Policy Perspective
Christine Annuß View: Abstract Paper
Revisions of Estimation Methods for Cash Holdings by Households and Corporations in Japan’s Flow of Funds Accounts
Sayako Konno, Naoto Osawa, Ai Teramoto View: Abstract Paper
Upgrading Financial Accounts with Central Balance Sheet Data – What’s in It for Central Banks’ Policy?
João Cadete de Matos, Lígia Maria Nunes View: Abstract Paper
Development of the South African Institutional Sector Accounts
Joel Mokoena, Barend de Beer View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Theory And Methods
On Robust Entropy Estimation in Portfolio Optimization
Nor Aishah Hamzah, Yasaman Izadparast, MD. Sabiruzzaman
Extracting More Value from Confidentialised Tabular Data
Jarod Y.L. Lee View: Abstract
Detail-preserving Unsupervised Ensemble Clustering
Siow Hoo Leong View: Abstract
Recent Advances in Failure Time Data Analysis
Regression Analysis of Informatively Interval-censored Failure Time Data
Jianguo (Tony) Sun, Tao Hu, Ling Ma, Peijie Wang, Hui Zhao View: Abstract
Regression Analysis of Case K Interval-censored Failure Time Data in the Presence of Informative Censoring
Peijie Wang, Hui Zhao, Jianguo (Tony) Sun View: Abstract
Health & Social Statistics (2)
Application of Higher Order Markov Chain for Modeling Immunological Status of HIV Infected Patients
Amit Nirmalkar, Mohan Kale, Manisha Ghate, Ramesh Paranjape, Bharat Rewari View: Abstract Paper
Return Time Distribution Based Analysis of Dengue Virus
Trupti Vaidya, Mohan Kale, Vaishali Waman, Pandurang Kolekar, Urmila Kulkarni-Kale View: Abstract Paper
Association of Social Determinates and Injury Severity Score in Southern Province of Thailand
Natthika Sae-Tae, Sampurna Kakchapati, Apiradee Lim View: Abstract Paper
Macroeconomic Statistics (3)
Discrepancies in International Trade Statistics between Trading Partners
Mostafa M. Abd El-Naby View: Abstract Paper
The Impact of ASEAN Economic Integration on Indonesia Foreign Direct Investment: A Panel Gravity Model Approach
Imansyah View: Abstract Paper
Analysis of the Effects of Foreign Currency Supply and Demand on Rupiah Exchange Rate
Piter Abdullah, Bayront Yudit Rumondor, Anggita Cinditya M. Kusuma, Rahmat Eldhie Sya’banni View: Abstract Paper
Macrofinancial Statistics (2)
Robust Single-Index Model with Adjusted Beta: A Case-Study in Indonesia Stock Exchange
Dedi Rosadi, Ezra Putranda Setiawan View: Abstract Paper
Household Investment Prediction in the Stock Exchange of Thailand Using Moving Artifical Neural Network
G. Tepvorachai, S. Siksamat, Y. R. Boonyaleephan View: Abstract Paper
Application of Fuzzy Time Series Model to Forecast Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) Composite
Tri Wijayanti Septiarini, Salang Musikasuwan View: Abstract Paper
Forecasting of Dow Jones Industrial Average by Using Wavelet Fuzzy Time Series and ARIMA
Muhamad R. Taufik, Lim Apiradee, Phatrawan Tongkumchum, Nureen Dureh View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Theory & Methodology (2)
Outlier Detection Framework for Fluctuation Time Series Data
Brilian Surya Budi View: Abstract Paper
On the Efficiency of the Cochrane-Orcutt and Prais-Winsten Regression for AR (1) Model
Jessa Jane D. Langoyan, Nelia S. Ereno View: Abstract Paper
On the Total Least-Squares Approach to a Multivariate Errors-in-Variables Model
Burkhard Schaffrin, Kyle Snow, Xing Fang View: Abstract Paper
Health & Social Statistics (3)
The Effect of Life Expectancy on Economic Growth
Nazirul Hazim A. Khalim View: Abstract Paper
On Modeling Transport Accident Deaths in Thailand Based on Poisson Distributions
Nuntaporn Klinjun, Apiradee Lim, Wandee Wanishsakpong, Khairil Anwar Notodiputro View: Abstract Paper
Demography & Social Welfare Statistics (2)
Assessing Household Welfare by Monitoring Specific Group Inflation Rate in Jakarta
Ayu Paramudita View: Abstract Paper
Dominance of the Richest in Brazilian Income Inequality Measured with J-Divergence (1981-2015)
Marcos Dantas Hecksher, Pedro Luis do Nascimento Silva, Carlos Henrique Leite Corseuil View: Abstract Paper
A New Composite Indicator to Measure Wellbeing Index in Egypt
Mahmoud Mohamed Nagib ElSarawy View: Abstract Paper
The Comparison of Three Methods Conjoint Analysis Based on Respondent Time to Determine the Choice of Stimuli Cards
Fitri Catur Lestari View: Abstract Paper
Thursday, 23 March 2017
Statistical Methodology and Applications
Quantitative risk in Commercial Banking
Agus Sudjianto
Fusion Learning: Fusing Inferences from Diverse Sources for More Powerful Findings
Regina Y. Liu
Variable Selection Techniques for Analyzing Huge-Dimensional Datasets
Naveen Naidu Narisetty
Payment System Data and Leading Indicators
Recent Developments in Payment Systems
Christian Dembiermont View: Abstract
Money Talks! Nowcasting Real Economic Activity with Payment Systems Data
Luís Teles Dias View: Abstract
Statistics to Support the Smooth Operation of Payment Systems in the Europan Union
Rodrigo Oliveira-Soares, Hanna Häkkinen View: Abstract
Payment System Statistics to Support Policy Formulation in Indonesia
Farida Peranginangin View: Abstract Paper
Educating Students To Be Workforce-Ready Practitioners And Users of Statistics
Educating Students to be Workforce-Ready-Entering Government Service
Pedro Luis do Nascimento Silva
Preparing Engineers for the Workplace
Helen MacGillivray View: Abstract
Becoming Business and Industrial Statisticians
A. John Bailer
Time Series – Novel Methods and Applications
Applications of Distance Correlation to Time Series
Richard A. Davis, Muneya Matsui, Thomas Mikosch, Phyllis Wan View: Abstract
Efficiently Estimating Discrete and Continuous Time GARCH Models with Irregularly Spaced Observations
Damien Wee, Feng Chen, William Dunsmuir View: Abstract
Volatility Modelling Using Box-Cox Asymmetric Stochastic Volatility Model: Evidence from Bank Indonesia (2010-2015)
Didit B. Nugroho, Tundjung Mahatma, Yulius Pratomo View: Abstract Paper
Input-Output Analysis
Functional Analysis of Industrial Clusters in Malaysia
Norhayati Shuja’, Yap Bee Wah View: Abstract Paper
The Supply and Use Framework of National Accounts
Joerg Beutel View: Paper
Processing Trade Activities: Measure and Contribution to Domestic Economy
Nur Adilah Hamid, Mohd Yusof Saari, Chakrin Utit, Ibrahim Kabiru Maji View: Abstract Paper
Survey Sampling & Survey Method
Adaptive Complete Allocation Sampling
Mohammad Salehi View: Abstract Paper
Household’s Balance Sheets Survey: Indonesia Case
Widyastuti N., A.Khalim, A. Rasyid View: Abstract
Spatial Scan Statistics with a Restricted Likelihood Ratio for Ordinal Outcome Data
Myeonggyun Lee, Inkyung Jung View: Abstract Paper
Efficient Stratification Method for Socio - Economic Survey in Remote Areas
Adhi Kurniawan, Atika Nashirah Hasyyati View: Abstract Paper
Macrofinancial Statistics (3)
Prediction of Mortality Rates Using Latent Factors
Tan Chon Sern, Pooi Ah Hin View: Abstract Paper
The GARCH-EV-Copula Model and Simulation in Scenario Based Asset Allocation
Gary David Sharp, Peter G.F. McEwan View: Abstract Paper
Demography & Social Welfare Statistics (3)
The Direct and Indirect Influence of the Urbanization, Unemployment, MYS, Gender Gap in Education and Employment to Indonesian GDP in 2014
Hardius Usman, Fitri Catur Lestari View: Abstract Paper
Fertility of Women in the BDHS 2014: Evidence from National Population Based Survey
Shongkour Roy, Sharif Mohammed Ismail Hossain View: Abstract Paper
The Impact of Antenatal Care Program to Birth Weight on Pregnant Mother in Indonesia: Instrumental Variable Regression Approach
Choerul Umam View: Abstract Paper
Probability Theory & Statistical Modelling (3)
New Extension of Exponentiated Weibull Distribution with Properties and Application to Survival Data
Mundher Abdullah Khaleel, Noor Akma Ibrahim View: Abstract Paper
The Estimation of Parameters Spatial Autoregressive Geographically Weighted Regression (SAR-GWR) by Means Instrumental Variable (IV) Approach
I Gede Nyoman Mindra Jaya, Budi Nurani Ruchjana, Yudhie Andriyana
Utilization of a Known Coefficient of Variation in the Linear Combination of Normal Variance Interval Estimation Procedure
Sirima Suwan View: Abstract Paper
Health & Social Statistics (3)
Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Water Quality in Tropical Canal
Natthaphon Somching, Putri Fajriati, Piamsook Chandaravithoon View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Methods for Estimating Medical Treatment Costs for Violence related Injury in Southern of Thailand
Wichayaporn Thongpeth, Don McNeil, Apiradee Lim View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Modeling for Classification Cause of HIV Death Based on the 2005 Verbal Autopsy Data
Amornrat Chutinantakul, Don McNeil, Phattrawan Tongkumchum View: Abstract Paper
Statistics and Public Health
Statistical Methods for Public Health and Medicine
Haikady N. Nagaraja View: Abstract
Statistical Assessment of Blinding
Anil P. Gore View: Abstract Paper
Non-Inferiority and Equivalence Tests in a Sequential Multiple-Assignment Randomized Trial (SMART)
Palash Ghosh, Bibhas Chakraborty View: Abstract
Hybrid Filtering Purchase Prediction Model: A Case of an Online Contact Lens Retailer
Hermawan Adi Budyanto, Shorful Islam, Delmiro Fernandez-Reyes, Agus Nur Hidayat View: Abstract Paper
Goodness of Fit and Change Point Problems
Bootstrap Parameter Change Test for Location Scale Time Series Models with Heteroscedasticity
Sangyeol Lee, Haejune Oh View: Abstract
An Adaptive-to-Model Test for Parametric Single-Index Errors-in-Variables Models
Lixing Zhu, Hira Koul, Chuanlong Xie View: Abstract
A Data-Dependent Choice of the Tuning Parameter for Goodness-of- T Tests Employing Bootstrapped Critical Values
Leonard Santana, J.S. Allison, W.D. Schutte View: Abstract Paper
Financial Account and Balance Sheet
Addressing Challenges in National Balance Sheet Compilation
Bagus Dwi Karyawan View: Abstract
The Use of Financial Account & Balance Sheet in Assessing Financial System Vulnerabilities
Arlyana Abubakar View: Abstract
National Balance Sheet of Thailand: How to Make It Work?
Yuwawan R. Boonyaleephan, S. Siksamat View: Abstract Paper
Rich Debt, Poor Debt: Assessing Household Indebtedness and Debt Repayment Capacity
Lau Chin Ching, Lim Sheng Ling, Muhamad Shukri Abdul Rani, Siow Zhen Shing, Siti Hanifah Borhan Nordin View: Abstract Paper
Preparation of National and Regional General Government Balance Sheet
Mei Ling
Statistics of Industry
A Control Chart for Monitoring Process Mean
Ah Hin Pooi View: Abstract Paper
A Stochastic Linear Programming Approach for Solving Production-and-Inventory Problem
Ramya Rachmawati View: Abstract Paper
Optimal Design of Shewhart -Lepage Schemes and Its Application in Monitoring Service Quality
Amitava Mukherjee, Rudra Sen View: Abstract
Macroeconomic Statistics (4)
Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Tourism Arrivals and Income Distribution Patterns in Thailand
Anuch Nuaklong, Chotirat Sriwirat, Junthip Tiengtum, Patcharin Chimdit, Wannapisit Thammakul, Raymond J. Ritchie, Sangdao Wongsai View: Abstract Paper
Tourists’ Perceptions on Safety and Security: a Case Study of Phuket Island of Thailand
Jaruwan Manui, Sangdao Wongsai View: Abstract Paper
Forecasting Foreign Tourist Arrivals to Bali Using Bayesian Vector Autoregression
I Wayan Sumarjaya View: Abstract Paper
Do FTAs Promote Trade? Evidences from ASEAN Countries’ Bilateral and Regional FTAs
Justin Lim Ming Han View: Abstract Paper
Environmental and Social Assessment of Green Growth in Cairo Governorate (as an Indicator for the Quality of Life)
Hanan Mosad, Mostafa Mohamed Salah View: Abstract Paper
Macrofinancial Statistics (4)
Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Non-stationary Variance
Jetsada Laipaporn, Phattrawan Tongkumchum View: Abstract Paper
Financial Stability Modelling for Establishing Financial Integration in ASEAN
Ferdinand David Aritonang View: Abstract Paper
Analysis of Japanese Financial Market by Text Mining with Both Time Series and Hierarchical Structures of Topics
Shunsuke Yuasa, Takayuki Morimoto View: Abstract Paper
Food Security Statistics
Improving Storage and Distribution of Agricultural Produce in Bangladesh: Can Cluster Analysis Help?
Tamanna Howlader, Fatema Fazrin, S. M. Mahbubur Rahman View: Abstract Paper
Spline Interpolation for Forecasting World Tuna Catches
Boonmee Lee, Don McNeil: Apiradee Lim View: Abstract Paper
Short & Long Term Relationships among the Prices of East Kalimantan Fresh Fruit Bunches, CPO & World Crude Oil Price
Sri Wahyuningsih, Abdussamad, Memi Nor Hayati View: Abstract Paper
Demography & Social Welfare Statistics (4)
Heteroscedasticity in Grouped Data: a Case of Infant Mortality Data in Indonesia
Ray Sastri, Khairil Anwar Notodiputro View: Abstract Paper
Trends of Age-Specific Mortality Rates for Female in 54 of the World’s Most Populous Countries
Nirmal Gautam, Apiradee Lim, Attachai Ueranantasun, Metta Kuning View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Modeling of Mortality and Morbidity among the Victims of Bhopal Gas Disaster
Akanksha S. Kashikar View: Abstract Paper
Prevention of Demographic Disaster with Awareness of National Transfer Account
Yulia Mardani, Lilia Endriana, Anisa Nuraini View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Modelling, Risk Analysis and Risk Assessment
Port Value-at-Risk Estimation through Generalized Means
M. Ivette Gomes, Fernanda Figueiredo, L gia Henriques-Rodrigues View: Abstract Paper
Models and Applications of BIB Designs in Life and Health Sciences
Teresa A. Oliveira, Amílcar Oliveira, Carla Francisco View: Abstract
The Presence of Distortions in the Extended Skew-normal Distribution
Antonio Seijas-Macias, Amílcar Oliveira, Teresa Oliveira View: Abstract Paper
Condition Based Process Monitoring for for Minimizing Fuzziness Surrounding Statistical Inference – A Philosophical Perspective with Some Examples and Illustrations
Amitava Mukherjee View: Abstract
Enhancement in Monetary and Financial Statistics in The Post Great Financial Crisis
Recent Enhancement to Global Financial Statistics
Bruno Tissot View: Abstract Paper
AnaCredit Overview and Implementation from an NCB`s Point of View
Sebastian Grünberg View: Abstract Paper
Using the Zoom Lens in Banking Statistics
Jean-Marc Israël, Rodrigo Oliveira-Soares View: Abstract Paper
Upgrading Monetary and Financial Statistics in the Wake of the Financial Crisis — There’s Life Beyond Aggregate Data
Luís Teles Dias View: Abstract Paper
Inference in Complex Method
Estimating Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes with Shared Decision Rules
Bibhas Chakraborty, Palash Ghosh, Erica Moodie, A. John Rush View: Abstract
High-dimensional Variable Selection for Spatial Regression Models
Tapabrata (Taps) Maiti View: Abstract
Modeling Volatility of Daily Returns on Investments using Spline Functions
Dumaria R. Tampubolon, Don McNeil View: Abstract
Health Statistics For The Wellbeing Of Nation
Recognizing the Importance of Private Hospitals in Elevating Malaysia’s Health Care Industry
Sayeeda Kamaruddin View: Abstract
Determinants of the Status of Completeness of Basic Immunization in Children Age 12-59 Months in Aceh Province 2015 (The Aplication of Ordinal Logistic Regression Analysis)
Ghaida Nasria Azzahra, Budyanra View: Abstract
Gaining Insight of Malaysia’s Health-Related Industries through Health Satellite Account
Khairul Aidah Samah View: Abstract Paper
Sharia Financial and Economic Statistics
Corporate Demand Survey on Musyarakah and Mudarabah Financing in Malaysia
Hamim Syahrum Ahmad Mohktar, Zuraeda Ibrahim, Zafiruddin Baharum, Shariza Abdul Ghani, Azren Rizuani Aziz View: Abstract Paper
Comparing the Technical Efficiency of Leading Baitul Maal wat Tamwil and Conventional Cooperatives in Indonesia
Ascarya View: Abstract Paper
Friday, 24 March 2017
Advances in Statistical Process Control Scheme For Risk-Free Monitoring
Control Charts for Attribute Control Based on Life Distributions with Applications on e-learning Classes Monitoring
Am´ilcar Oliveira, Teresa A. Oliveira View: Abstract
Control Charts for Simultaneous Monitoring of Unknown Parameters of a Shifted Exponential Distribution
Chong Zhi Lin, Amitava Mukherjee View: Abstract
Some Newly Developed Control Chart Procedures for Quality, Reliability and Performance Monitoring
Min Xie
Financial Modelling and Analytics
Prediction of Personal Bankruptcy Using Data Mining Techniques
Yap Bee Wah, Sharifah Heryati, Shafinar Ismail View: Abstract
Government Finance Statistics
Government Finance Statistics in Indonesia: Past, Present and Future
Mei Ling View: Abstract
Government Finance Statistics: Enhancing Statistics, Prospering Human Life
Ferry Irawan
Government Finance Statistics in Australia
Jo-Marie Moore
Utilization of Government Finance Statistics in National Account
Yulia Tri Mardani
Demography & Social Welfare Statistics (5)
The Multilevel Logistic Regression Analysis on Status of Migration of Population in Jawa Barat Province 2015
Budyanra, Athiyyah Nafsu’l Muthmainnah View: Abstract Paper
Internet Access and Digital Divide in Indonesia
Eni Lestariningsih, Atika Nashirah Hasyyati, Karmila Maharani View: Abstract Paper
A Panel Data Analysis of the Role of Human Development Index in Poverty Reduction in Papua 2010 – 2015
Faisal Arief, Erli Wijayanti Prastiwi View: Abstract Paper
Macrofinancial Statistics (5)
Implementation of Cox Proportional Hazard in Discontinuities Payment at Risk Management of Insurance Premiums
Jazi Munjazi, Farhan Trunna Mahadika, Danardono, Danang Teguh Qoyyimi View: Abstract Paper
Economic Policy Uncertainty and Financial Market Volatility: Evidence from Japan
Takayuki Morimoto View: Abstract Paper
Macroeconomic Statistics (6)
Nowcasting Household Consumption and Investment
Tarsidin, Idham, Robbi Nur Rakhman View: Abstract Paper
Modelling Economic Growth in East Java Using Spatial Panel Regression
Ahmad Thoifur, Erni Tri Astuti View: Paper
Estimation of Environmental Kuznets Curve for CO2 Emissions and Methane Emissions: Empirical Analysis for Indonesia
Debita Tejo Saputri, Budiasih View: Abstract Paper
Growth Diagnostic: Evidence of Bali Province
Putriana Nurman, Ganis Arimurti, Umran Usman, Donni Fajar Anugrah, Robbi Nurrakhman, Evy Marya Deswita View: Abstract Paper
Statistical Computing & Technology
Simulation Study Multistage Clustering for Classify Stationary, Trend, and Seasonal Time Series Data Based on Autocorrelation Distance with Hierarchical Algoritm
Mohammad Alfan Alfian Riyadia, Aldho Riski Irawana, Dian Sukma Pratiwia, Kartika Fithriasaria View: Abstract Paper
A Case Study Comparison of Three Classification Methods in Order to Identify Financial Losses from Electricity Theft
Sisa Pazi, Chantelle Clohessy, Gary Sharp View: Abstract Paper
Support Vector Machines with Adaptive Fruit Fly Optimization Algorithm Based on Velocity Variable (VFOA) for Classifying High Dimensional Data
Mukhlis, Bony Parulian Josaphat View: Abstract Paper
Environmental & Natural Resources Statistics (2)
Statistical modeling for Wind direction and velocity in Pattani, Thailand
Marzukee Mayeng, Nittaya McNeil, Somporn Chuai-aree View: Abstract Paper
Comparison of Temperatures between Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) and Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS)
Suree Chooprateep, Wandee Wanishsakpong View: Abstract Paper
A Study of Temperature Changes and Patterns in Australia Based on Cluster Analysis
Wandee Wanishsakpong, Khairil Anwar Notodiputro View: Abstract Paper
Modeling of Temperature Patterns around Kathmandu Valley of Nepal from 2000 to 2015
Ira Sharma, Phattrawan Tongkumchum, Attachai Ueranantasun View: Abstract Paper
Combined Wavelet Fuzzy Logic (WFL) to Predict Drought Events in Indonesia Using Reanalysis Dataset
Heri Kuwanto, Dinni A. R., Taufanie, Dedy D. Prasetyo View: Abstract Paper
Demography & Social Welfare (6)
Pattern of Utilization of Antenatal Care in Nepal (2001-2015)
Jonu Pakhrin Tamang, Nittaya McNeil, Phattrawan Tongkumchum, Sampurna Kakchapati View: Abstract Paper
Direct and Indirect Effect of Urbanization, Unemployment, Poverty, and Absorbtion of Non-Agricultural Labor Force on the City Development Performance
Indryanty Yakub, Titik Harsanti View: Abstract Paper
A Deep Study of Clustering the Districts in Java Using the Education Indicators
Setia Pramana, Achmad Fauzi Bagus Firmansyah, Imam Habib Pamungkas, Muhammad Arief Eko Pratama View: Abstract Paper
The Comparison of Respondent Confidence in the Stimulation Card Evaluation on Three Methods in the Conjoint Analysis
Fitri Catur Lestari View: Abstract Paper
Emerging Challenges In Data Collection, Survey Methodology And Implications For Official Statistics
Modernised Business Process and Some Challenges in BPS Statistics Indonesia
Heru Margono
Emerging Challenges In Data Collection, Survey Methodology And Implications For Official Statistics
Norhayati Shuja’
Emerging Challenges in Data Collection, Survey Methodology, and Implication for Official Statistics: banking sector economist’s needs and perspectives
Anton Gunawan
Closing Remarks