International Statistical Institute (ISI)
Institut international de statistique (IIS)
Instituto Internacional de Estadistica
Internationales Statistisches Institut
Istituto Internazionale di Statistica
Internationaal Statistisch Instituut
Internationella Statistiska Institutet
Mezdunarodnyj Statisticeskij Institut
1885-06-24 Brussels Belgium
Founded at inaugural conference, to provide an organizational foundation to International Statistical Congress -- Congrès internationaux de statistique which had been held: 1853, Brussels; 1855, Paris (France); 1857, Vienna (Austria); 1860, London (UK); 1863, Berlin (Germany); 1867, Florence (Italy); 1869, The Hague (Netherlands); 1872, St Petersburg (Russia); 1876, Budapest (Hungary). The Institute assumed the character of an international organization seeking international uniformity in statistical procedures and practices; it formulated recommendations to national governments in this connection at biennial sessions. It administered first the H-XH1527 - International Commission for the Revision of Nomenclature of Causes of Death, 1900-1911, and subsequently, from recommendations 19 Oct 1929, Paris, and subsequent adoption of T-XT3411 - International Agreement Relating to Statistics of Causes of Death 19 Jun 1934, London, until the outbreak of World War II, the H-XH0177 - International Commission for the Decennial Revision of the International Lists of Diseases and Causes of Death. Reconstituted as an international professional society in 1948. Statutes revised Aug 1972, 2003 and 2011. Current Statutes effective 29 Nov 2011.
Develop and improve statistical methods and their application throughout the world; encourage international association of statisticians, exchange among them of professional knowledge, and growth among them of a collective interest in advancement of such knowledge; aid in establishment of such relations among statistical societies and other official and unofficial organizations having statistical interests as will further the international integration of statistics; establish and maintain professorships, lecturerships and fellowships for advanced studies in statistics; study statistical theories, appraise statistical methods and practices, encourage statistical research and further the use of statistical methods in diverse subject-matter fields wherever useful; promote the use in all countries of the most appropriate statistical methods; further international comparability of statistical data; foster public appreciation of sound statistical practice and the usefulness of statistical methods.
Events2023-07-15 | Ottawa, ON Canada – World Statistics Congress
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Council (representatives of specified statistical interest groups may be entitled to membership in the Council without voting rights); Executive Committee. Permanent Office; Affiliated Organizations. Meetings on invitation.
Specialized Associations (7):
- E-XE1209 - Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability (BSMSP), formed in 1961, as 'International Association for Statistics in Physical Sciences (IASPS)';
- E-XE3673 - International Association of Survey Statisticians (IASS), created in 1973;
- E-XD1976 - International Association for Statistical Computing (IASC), founded Dec 1977, Delhi (India);
- E-XB0101 - International Association for Official Statistics (IAOS), set up Aug 1985, Amsterdam (Netherlands) - this section replaces H-XD1316 - International Association for Regional and Urban Statistics (IARUS), set up 22 Oct 1958, Geneva (Switzerland), as 'International Association of Municipal Statisticians', which merged with IAOS in 1989;
- E-XE2125 - International Association for Statistics Education (IASE), founded in 1991;
- E-XM0084 - International Society on Business and Industrial Statistics (ISBIS), founded in 2005;
- C-XD2578 - International Environmetrics Society (TIES), founded in 1989.
Since 1949, administers 'International Statistical Education Programme (ISEP)' with support from UNESCO and other sources.
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