Statistical Leadership: the Statistical Journal of the IAOS celebrates the International Year of Statistics
September 5, 2013
One of the ways the International Association of Official Statistics (IAOS) Journal is helping celebrate this “Year of Statistics” is to devote an entire special interview issue on some of the leaders of our profession. To celebrate them! We chose eight top leaders to showcase, four women and four men. They are from five different countries: Britain, Canada, China, Haiti, and the United States.
This issue should be shared widely, so we are offering the online version free at iospress.metapress.com/content/sjiaos. This special issue is available to all statisticians, whether or not they are members of the IAOS. For more information about regularly receiving the Statistical Journal of the IAOS, see the journal website.
Ivan Fellegi, Statistics Canada, Canada
Jill Montaquila, Westat, USA
Denise Lievesley, King’s College, United Kingdom
David Hemson, DTS South Africa
Christy Chuang-Stein, Pfizer, China
Arthur Kennickell, Federal Reserve Board, USA
Jean Orelien, SciMetrika, Haiti
Mary Batcher, Ernest and Young, USA
IAOS General Assembly August 2013 Report on the Statistical Journal of the IAOS
59th ISI World Statistics Congress
Please come by and visit the IAOS stand at WSC Conference Hong Kong 2013 for a free copy of the Statistical Journal of the IAOS 29:2.
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As a member of our research community, we would like to invite you to contribute your own research articles to the journal. The journal offers contributing authors many benefits, such as a first class Editorial Board, rigorous peer review, and rapid manuscript processing.
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Submission of Papers
Submit your paper to the journal’s editorial management system. Check the journal’s website for detailed instructions for authors.
Suggestions for Special Issues
Please email me, the Editor in Chief.
We look forward to working with you on this exciting venture.
Editor in Chief
Senior Fellow and Vice President
Center for Excellence in Survey Research