International Society of Statistical Science (IS-SS)
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28 Dec 1982, as International Society of Statistical Science in Economics (IS-SSE).
As a professional society interested in development of statistical science on the basis of axioms, not on unwarranted assumptions: effect a union of statisticians and economists; clarify statistical and mathematical applications and misapplications in economics; provide statistical training and education for business leaders and researchers in economics; conduct research programmes on improvement of statistical methods.
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Executive Committee, comprising Chairman, Secretary-Treasurer, 2 Activities Secretaries and Publications Secretary. Editorial Board. Regional groupings (25) represented by 6 Regional Committees: Africa; Asia and Pacific; Australia and New Zealand; Europe; Latin America; North America.
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