20th SCORUS Conference on Regional and Urban Statistics (14-17 October, 1996 in Madrid, Spain)


Topical Urban Issues and Their Implications for Regional and Urban Statistics

Programme Committee and Organizing Committee of the 20th SCORUS Conference 

Conference Programme  






Basque Language Survey „1996” by A. Iztueta Azkue, EUSTAT, Spain


Le Tableau de Bord Statistique Urbain comme aide à la gestion de la ville/ Michel Poulain, Centre d’étude de Gestion Démographique pour les Administrations Publiques UCL Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Urban Statistics in the Czech Republic–Statistical Comparisons of cities by Olga Kavausovà, Czech Republic


Evolutionary Dynamics. „Order through Fluctuation” in Market and City Systems by Angelica Kowalski, Nurec c/o Office for European Affairs, Duisburg, Germany

5 The Large Cities statistics Project–A gateway to the creation of a dialogue among the world’s large cities on sustainability problems by Anna–Maria Paschos, Germany


N.U.R.E.C– an example of a network on urban research in the European Union by Robert Tonks, Germany


Household Statistics from German Population Registers by Klaus Trutzel, Bureau of Statistics and Urban Research, Nürnberg, Germany


New Entrepreneurs in Denmark and their relations to the existing business and regional environment by Peter Bøegh Nielsen, Kjartan Björnsson and Soren Leth-Sørensen, Statistics Denmark


Towards a Synthetic Socio-Economic Indicator in Metropolitan Bilbao by Y. Pérez Diez, EUSTAT, Spain


Urban and Metropolitan Statistics in Madrid and Spain by Ignacio Duque, Statistics Institute of Comunidad De Madrid, Spain


Disparidades Regionales en el Sistema de Indicadores Sociales del ine de Espaňa by J.Saralegui Gil, Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE), Madrid, Espaňa


Regional and Urban Statistics in the European Commission. The role of Eurostat, its Products and Projects by Fausto Cardoso


A Portrait of the Helsinki Region in Terms of Four Main Characteristics: Population and Human Resources, Economy, Social Welfare and Environment. an International Comparison by Leila Lankinen and Eeva–Kaisa Kemppainen, The City of Helsinki Information Management Centre, Finland


Employment Flows between Private Sector Enterprises and Establishments in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area in 1989-1993 by Pekka Myrskylä and Jari Tarkoma, Finland


NORDSTAT– comparable city statistics in the Nordic countries by Per Gullström, Stockholm Office of Research and Statistics, Sweden and Ǻse Löset, Office of Statistics Rådhuset, Norway


Poverty Analysis on the Bases of the Household Budget Survey and the Statistical Register of Household Income by Genovefa Ružić and Erika Žnidaršič, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia

17 Using Welfare Statistics to Allocate the Municipal Budget Among the City of Stockholm’s Geographical Areas by Jeanette Bandel and Brigitta Ljungdahl, Stockholm Office of Research and Statistics, Sweden

18 Experience in City Statistics: The City Data Programme of UNCHS (Habitat) by Markandey Rai

19 SIMA as a system of compilation, structure, diffusion, consultation and treatment of statistical information from cities and other different geographical surroundings by Antonio Molina Gónzalez and Andrés Arroyo Pérez, Spain