Experts at CAS 2011

The European part of the twinning program 2011:                                                     

  • Expert Claire Brazil from the United Kingdom on 27 and January 28, 2011.
  • Experts Tim Jones, D. Norman Caven from the United Kingdom and of the Lamia Chamas PAO 28 January 2011, to attend the first meeting of the Steering.
  • Experts Simon Humphries and Robin Youll from the United Kingdom from 1 to February 5, 2011, on the subject of national accounts.
  • Expert Kevin Sweeney from the UK from 7 to February 11, 2011, the issue of social statistics bulletins.
  • Experts Simon Humphries and Robin Youll  from the United Kingdom from March 28 to April 9, 2011, on the subject of national accounts.
  • Scharlotte Schiltz expert from the United Kingdom from 4 to April 9, 2011, on the subject of national accounts.
  • Romesh Paul expert from the United Kingdom from 11 to April 29, 2011, on the subject of foreign trade statistics.
  • Expert Colin Mowl of 4 to 6 May 2011, in the framework of economic statistics to monitor and manage the needs of users in the field of national accounts.
  • Expert Robin Youll from 10 to 14 May 2011, in the framework of analysis of economic surveys.
  • Expert Simon Humphries from 9 to 13 May 2011, in the framework of the preparation of sector accounts.
  • Expert Simon Humphries from 7 to June 11, 2011, in the framework of economic statistics
  • Robin Youll expert for the period from 7 to June 17, 2011, under the analysis of economic surveys
  • James Gillan expert for the period from 9 to June 14, 2011, in the study of the feasibility of a register of institutions
  • Expert John Perry for the period from 10 to June 14, 2011, in the study of the feasibility of a register of institutions
  • Expert Kevin Sweeney for the period from 13 to June 18, 2011, in the framework of social statistics. 
  • In the framework of the MEDSTAT III 2011
  • Expert and expert Thierry Paccoud Well Mezhel on 17 March 2011, to solicit the opinion of management in ways to pursue the European-Mediterranean statistical cooperation after the end of
  • the MEDSTAT III in 2013.
  • Expert Thierry Coulet MEDSTAT III of the program from May 31 to June 3, 2011, the task of dealing with: the development of statistics of transport of goods by sea within the program MEDSTAT III

 

Dr. Kinnon Scott, Economist at the World Bank - undertook a follow up technical assistance mission at CAS, from 7 till 11 June 2010, on the preparation and the implementation of the 2010 Household Budget Survey and monitoring, and other social statistics topics.


Mrs. Monica Fong, World Bank Senior Consultant in Gender Statistics undertook a technical assistance mission at CAS, from May 27 till June 5, 2010 on Gender Statistics in Lebanon.


Mr. Derek Blades- World Bank Senior Consultant in National Accounts- undertook a technical assistance mission at CAS, in March 2010, on the ‘“Feasibility of the Implementation on the National Accounts Guidelines for the ICP 2011”.


Mr. Kari Maninnen -IMF expert (METAC) -undertook a follow up technical assistance mission, at CAS, in January 2010 related to the progress made in the calculation of the CPI. (Note that CAS has been calculating the CPI on monthly basis since 19th of March 2008).


Dr. Kinnon Scott, and Mr. Chadi Bou Habib - Economists at the World Bank - undertook a technical assistance mission at CAS, in December 2009 on the preparation and the implementation of the 2010, Household Budget Survey and poverty monitoring, and other social statistics topics.


Mr. Omar Hakouz-IMF expert (METAC) - undertook a technical assistance mission at CAS, in June 2009 on National Accounts Statistics on:

  1. Extraction results from productive sectors study and their use in the national accounts.
  2. Reviewing household consumption
  3. Reviewing Foreign Trade Statistics
  4. Reviewing Fixed Capital Estimation

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