The 104th Conference of the Directors General of the National Statistical Institutes (DGINS), will be held in Bucharest from 10 to 11 October 2018.
This year’s event will focus on big data and the topic "New statistical opportunities and production models deriving from digitalisation of societies and Big Data", a new trend that is reshaping the way we are thinking about our world. Our society is becoming more and more dynamic; therefore the amount of data is growing astonishingly. The biggest challenge of the 21st century is to process and analyse such data so that it becomes knowledge. This challenge should be turned into an opportunity. In this respect, our organisations need to adapt as fast as possible to the new technologies and become more flexible. This is the rationale of this year’s DGINS debates.
“Romanian Statistical Yearbook”, reference work in the statistical publications system, contains information on the socio-economic development of the country for 2015, ensuring through the data sets comparability, the presentation of the society dynamics. The data series are organised in chapters and contain key information with regard to: the administrative-territorial organisation, population, economy, international statistics (information enabling a comparative assessment of the development level and of the place held by Romania in the international context) etc.
Each chapter of the yearbook presents data sources, methodological notes on the scope and manner of compiling statistical indicators.
On the occasion of the European Statistics Day on 20th October 2016 the National Institute of Statistics of Romania has planned the following activities:
1. Press release on the occasion of the European Statistics day “Better Data, Better Lives”
2. Logo in Romanian words dedicated to the event.
3. Open Day- “Statistics, a treasure to be discovered.”
4. A special newsletter on this occasion “Romanian Village, whereto?” will be launched. Experts from NIS, Bucharest Academy Of Economic Studies, Romanian Government, Bistriţa Năsăud statistics county office and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will debate on this topic.