The Austrian Journal of Statistics is an open-access journal with a long history and is published approximately quarterly by the Austrian Statistical Society. Its general objective is to promote and extend the use of statistical methods in all kind of theoretical and applied disciplines. Special emphasis is on methods and results in official statistics.
Original papers and review articles in English or in German will be published in the Austrian Journal of Statistics if judged consistently with these general aims. All papers will be refereed. Special topics sections will appear from time to time. Each section will have as a theme a specialized area of statistical application, theory, or methodology. Technical notes or problems for considerations under Shorter Communications are also invited. A special section is reserved for book reviews.
Members of the Austrian Statistical Society receive a copy of the Journal free of charge. To apply for a membership, see the website of the Society. Articles will also be made available through the web.
Issue Vol. 44/2 published
the special issue on the Q2014 conference, AJS Vol 44 (2), is now available at
Members of the Austrian Society get a free hard copy by mail during the next week.
Matthias Templ on behalf of the Special Guest Editors Gerhard Nachtmann and Andreas Quatember
Vol 44, No 2 (2015)
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Table of Contents
|The ESCB Quality Framework for European Statistics|
|Aurel Schubert, Catherine Ahsbahs||3-11|
|Measuring Nonresponse Bias in a Cross-Country Enterprise Survey|
|Katarzyna Bańkowska, Malgorzata Osiewicz, Sébastien Pérez-Duarte||13-30|
|Internet as Data Source in the Istat Survey on ICT in Enterprises|
|Guilio Barcaroli, Alessandra Nurra, Sergio Salamone, Monica Scannapieco, Marco Scarnò, Donato Summa||31-43|
|On Representativeness of Internet Data Sources for Real Estate Market in Poland|
|Maciej Eryk Beręsewicz||45-57|
|MI Double Feature: Multiple Imputation to Address Nonresponse and Rounding Errors in Income Questions|
|Joerg Drechsler, Hans Kiesl||59-71|
|You Don't Teach, Students Learn: Lessons Learned in Statistical Literacy and Statistical Education in Ireland|
@Matthias Templ (using Open Journal Systems) -- see previous editions at http://www.stat.tugraz.at/AJS/Editions.html