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  1. ENBES: past, present, future ENBES Steering Committee report 2009-2011

  2. Past • Initiated in 2008 • create network of European researchers and practitioners in establishment statistics • exchange ideas and research results • create a critical mass to bring the [European] establishment statistics into a [more active] level • “Inaugurated” at a meeting in Brussels during NTTS, on February 19, 2009 • 25 persons present • a workshop agreed

  3. Past (cont.) • Workshop (EESW09) held in Stockholm, Sweden, September 7 - 9, 2009 • 2.5 days • 54 participants • 27 papers, 1 panel, 3(?) small group discussions (admin data, burden reduction, data collection) • On-line repository/platform • www.enbes.org, since end 2009 • currently leads to enbes.wikispaces.com • content: sci repository, org repository, links to related initiatives, calendar (not updated frequently)

  4. Present • Second workshop agreed and carried out: SFSO + Scientific Committee + Organising Committee • 3 days • 54 participants • 31 papers, 1 panel, small group discussions • ENBES represented on ICES (the International Conferences on Establishment Statistics series) Continuation Committee • internationalisation of ICES • permanent structure (permanent host - ASA, scientific and organisational repositories, transfer of know-how)

  5. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • Goal made more precise • improving cooperation on methodology, theory and applications within European establishment statistics • broad perspective on all aspects of production of establishment statistics and their interaction • focus on three distinct types of stakeholders: official statistics, academia, private sector • no implication of formal membership • A more detailed structure • Steering Committee + three Working Groups

  6. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • Steering Committee • 6-10 members • optimally, all types of stakeholders represented • tasked with coordinating WG activities • meets regularly (per telephone) • is replenished at intervals, optimally in conjunction with workshops • WGs • on workshops • on communication and collaboration • on expansion

  7. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • WG on workshops • the biennial EESW series (European Establishment Statistics Workshop): 2009 Stockholm, 2011 Neuchâtel • methodology: research and applications • networking and planning of further activities • cost-neutral • Ideas for future • identify crucial topics to focus onto within the next two years (that would give real sci. or practical returns) • perhaps more of user side participation desirable

  8. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • WG on communication and collaboration • ENBES web site exists (currently a “wiki”, can be redirected) • repositories: scientific and organisational • calendar • pointers to related activities (forthcoming, ongoing, past) • newsletter to approx. 100 participants • an option exists to go over to CROS portal (Eurostat) • Ideas for future • collaboration • more continuous update of the site

  9. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • WG on expansion • we have one ‘friend’: ENBIS (European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics) • presented our views on current topics and potential for cooperation at 2010 ENBIS conference (Antwerp) • invited to have an ENBES event (session etc) during 2012 ENBIS conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia • Ideas for future • expand more into: academia, private sector (e.g. users of business statistics) • identify areas of common interest with other fields/org’s • invite them to our activities or make joint ones

  10. Present (cont.): Purpose & Operation • Steering Committee 2009-2011 • Mojca Bavdaz, Faculty of Economics - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia • Stefan Bender, Research Data Centre - Institute for Employment Research, Germany • Martin Brand, ONS, UK (until October 2010) • Anders Holmberg, Statistics Sweden • Jean-Marc Museux, Eurostat • Paul-André Salamin, Swiss Federal Statistical Office • Ger Snijkers, Statistics Netherlands and Utrecht University • Boris Lorenc, Statistics Sweden (chair)

  11. Future • ENBES is not formally an organisation • no elections etc • participation and activity 100% voluntary • Therefore, input from ‘members’ even more essential • what do you need/expect/would find useful from ENBES? • what useful may ENBES get from you? • A sidetrack: ICES-5 in Europe?