- 2222-0518 (online)
OECD Development Co-operation Working Papers cover work on understanding aid flows, strengthening aid delivery and improving development policy. Topics include, among others, aid statistics and architecture, aid effectiveness, capacity development, development co-operation systems and management, evaluation of development programmes, as well as the relationship between development and trade, conflict and fragility, environment, gender equality, governance and poverty reduction.
Public-Private Partnerships for Statistics: Lessons Learned, Future Steps
A focus on the use of non-official data sources for national statistics and public policy
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- Nicholas Robin, Thilo Klein1, Johannes Jütting1
- Author Affiliations
- 1: OECD, France
- 29 Feb 2016
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Non-official sources of data, big data in particular, are currently attracting enormous interest in the world of official statistics. An impressive body of work focuses on how different types of big data (telecom data, social media, sensors and geospatial data, etc.) can be used to fill specific data gaps, especially with regard to the post-2015 agenda and the associated technology challenges. This paper focuses on different aspects of big data, but ones that are of crucial importance: what are the perspectives of the commercial operations and national statistical offices that respectively produce and might use this data; and which incentives, business models and protocols are needed to leverage non-official data sources within the official statistics community?
- national statistical offices, public private partnerships, big data, non-official sources of data, business model