NSI Final Programme

Final Programme

29 June 2006

0930-0945Arrival in Bled, check-in at Hotel Park, workshop registration and coffee
1045-1100Welcome and Introductions
(Irena Krizman, Director, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia)
(Peter Elias, IER, University of Warwick)
ESeC: The Development Programme
1100-1130ESeC – A Programme of Statistical Co-operation and Harmonisation
(David Rose, ISER, University of Essex)
1130-1200ESeC in EU Statistical Sources
(Rhys Davies, UK Office for National Statistics)
ESeC: The Validation Studies (1) – Chair: Cecile Brousse, INSEE
1330-1355Issues in the Comparative Measurement of the Supervisory Function
(Gerrit Bauer, Jean-Marie Jungblut, Felix Weiss, MZES and Heike Wirth, ZUMA)
1355-1420Using the ESeC to describe health inequalities in Europe
(Anton Kunst, Erasmus MC)
1420-1445Class and Poverty: Cross-sectional and Dynamic Analysis of Income Poverty and Lifestyle Deprivation
(Dorothy Watson, ESRI, Dublin)
1445-1510Using ESeC to look across and within classes
(Eric Harrison, ISER, University of Essex)
ESeC: The Validation Studies (2) – Chair: Dorothy Watson, ESRI
1530-1555Class of origin and Educational Inequalities in Contemporary Italy
(Antonio Schizzerotto and Roberta Barone)
1555-1620Validation Plans of the European Socio-economic Classification with French statistical sources
(Cecile Brousse, INSEE)
1620-1645Class Schemas and employment relations: Comparisons between the ESeC and the EGP class schemas using European data
(Erik Bihagen and Magnus Nermo)
2000Workshop Dinner

30 June 2006

NSIs and the application of ESeC
0900-0915Introduction to the day’s programme
(Margaret Birch, IER, University of Warwick)
0915-0930ESeC, ISCO88 and ISCO08
(Margaret Birch and Peter Elias, IER, University of Warwick)
The Application of ESeC to Statistical Sources: NSI Presentations – Chair: Eric Harrison, ISER
0930-0950Slovenia (Natasa Kozlevcar)
Using ESeC in the LFS
0950-1010Switzerland (Urs Meier)
Implementing the ESeC at the Swiss Federal Statistical Office
1010-1030Netherlands (Sue Westerman and Roel Schaart)
Application of the ESeC to data from the Dutch LFS: A comparison between years
1050-1110Estonia (Merle Paats)
Title to be confirmed
1110-1130Czech Republic (Jaroslava Fabiankova and Dalibor Holy)
ESeC and Gender
1130-1150Hungary (Elizabeth Lindner)
Structure of the Hungarian population by ESeC based on LFS
1200-1220Germany (Manfred Ehling)
Activities to implement ESeC in Germany
The Application of ESeC to Statistical Sources: NSI Presentations (continued) – Chair: Margaret Birch, IER
1335-1355Finland (Riitta Poukka)
Operationalising ESeC in Finnish statistical sources: examples and issues
1355-1415United Kingdom (Figen Deviren)
European Social Classifcation: A validation exercise
1415-1435Sweden (Stina Asling and Leif Haldorson)
Title to be confirmed
1435-1455Norway (Inger Haland)
Title to be confirmed
1455-1515France (Loup Wolff)
An insight into responses to the questions related to supervisory functions in French data sources since 1984
Future Work
1530-1545Euroccupations – a new FP6 project relevant to ESeC
(Judith Ruijter, AO Consult)
1545-1600ESeC as a core variable in social surveys? Next Steps
(Sylvain Jouhette, Eurostat)
Summary and Next Steps
1600-1700Panel Discussion
(led by Peter Elias, with contributions from:
INSEE, Eurostat, UK ONS, Slovenian Statistical Office)
End of Workshop