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Communication on central bank statistics: unlocking the next level - Joint Irving Fisher Committee and Banco de Portugal Conference

Communication on central bank statistics: unlocking the next level - Joint Irving Fisher Committee and Banco de Portugal conference
19 Sep. 2022 to 20 Sep. 2022
Day 1: 12:00 - 17:30 | Day 2: 9:00 - 15:45
Museu do Dinheiro
Largo de S. Julião,
1100-150 Lisboa

*Participation is by invitation only.

The time is in West European Summer Time (UTC/GMT +1 hour)

AGENDA

Monday, 19 September 2022

12:00

Registration and snacks

13:00

Introductory speech
Member of the Board of Banco de Portugal

13:20

Session 1: Unlocking the function: how to start and with which skills?
In this session, central banks will share their experience on how to start a statistical communication function in terms of targets, channels, contents and on how to create the team in charge of the communication function.

Developing the statistical communication function at Danmarks Nationalbank (Lars Risbjerg and Rasmus Kofoed Mandsberg – Danmarks Nationalbank)
Building an ecosystem for statistical communication (Matthias Rumpf – ECB)
Three targets for making statistics easier to understand (Mingfei Qiu – Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta)
Unlocking the function: where to start? (Hadar Gotsman – Bank of Israel)
Together we make it better: how a multidisciplinary team unlocked the statistical communication function at the Banco de Portugal (Lígia Nunes – Banco de Portugal)

15:00

Session 2: Unlocking new targets
In this session, central banks will share their experience on how to reach and engage with different targets.

Helping users think with data: statistical communication at the Bank of Canada (Andrew Geraghty – Bank of Canada)
How to tailor information resources to a target audience – Lessons learned from a Research Data Centre (Christian Hirsch and Jannick Blaschke – Deutsche Bundesbank)
One size does not fit all: target matters (Shahid Hussain Javaid – State Bank of Pakistan)
Staflix: a Banco de Portugal’s original series (Mafalda Trincão – Banco de Portugal)

16:20

Coffee break

16:45

Discussion panel: using plain language to enhance statistical literacy

17:45

End of first day

19:00

Social event

Tuesday, 20 September 2022

8:30

Welcome coffee

9:00

Session 3a: Unlocking new channels (Part I)
In this session, central banks will share their experience on using different channels to communicate with different target groups.

Accessible digital economic indicators at the Central Bank of Iceland (Bjarni Þór Gíslason – Central Bank of Iceland)
More insight into Dutch mortgage debt data (Eva Hagendoorn and Tim Hersevoort – De Nederlandsche Bank)
New channels, new approaches, new data formats (Fernando Lemos – Banco Central do Brasil)
Construction of bivariate fan chart from joint distribution (Purnima Shaw – Reserve Bank of India)
The BIS Data Portal project - delivering the next generation platform for BIS statistics (Edward Lambe and Taejin Park – BIS)

10:45

Coffee break

11:15

Keynote speaker: using web analytics services

12:15

Family photo and lunch

14:00

Session 3b: Unlocking new channels (Part II)
Unlocking the social media whereabouts in the age of central banks (Luís Campos – Banco de Portugal)
Innovating statistical communication in Banca d'Italia (Laura Bartiloro – Banca d'Italia)
Flexible dissemination software for the 2021 England and Wales Census (Mike Thompson –The Sensible Code Company)
Low level of financial literacy and central bank communication (Argita Frashëri – Bank of Albania)
ECB Data Portal – Making Statistics accessible in a fast pace digital world (Klára Bakk Simon and Juan Alberto Sánchez Hernández – ECB)

15:45

Closing remarks

16:00

End of the conference

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