Conference « Facilitate the access to Quebec data: How and to what ends? »

Wednesday 30 Nov 2016
From 7:30AM to 2PM


CIRANO and QICSS want to address in an informed manner with experts and stakeholders the following key issues on access to data:
What are the benefits of increased access to data for research?
How can we share more data to researchers while protecting the privacy of the respondents?
Can the expanded access to data systems that exist elsewhere serve as models?
How to finance the establishment of an expanded access environment to Quebec data for researchers and what are the steps involved?

Conference program

When: November 30, 2016, 7:30am - 2:00pm

Where: Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en analyse des organisations

1130, Sherbrooke West, 14th Floor
Montréal (Québec) H3A 2M8
514 985-4000
514 985-4039

Consult the speakers' presentations:

"Pour un meilleur accès aux données", Rémi Quirion

"Renseigner les politiques publiques au Québec : la richesse des données administratives", Philip Merrigan

"Can Administrative Data Improve Labor Market Policy? Lessons from Switzerland and Austria", Rafael Lalive

"Using New Research Partnerships to Answer Public Policy Challenges: The Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Canadian Research Data Centre Network Data Sharing Pilot", Aklilu Tefera

"Health insurance data in France: from statistics to policy?", Pierre-Yves Geoffard

"Intégration des données sociales, Mise en valeur des fonds de données", Lynn Barr-Telford

"Disclosure limitation and confidentiality protection in linked data", Lars Vilhuber






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