Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] * In this regard, Giest (2017) argues that the increased use of big data is shaping policy instruments, as “The vast amount of administrative data collected at various governmental levels and in different domains, such as tax systems, social programs, health records and the like, can— with their digitization— be used for decision-making in areas of education, economics, health and social policy”
Spiros Mouzakitis
In a sense, it has to be questioned if these are "typically" big data. Although the importance is in their value.
Spiros Mouzakitis, 11/09/2019 15:41
Shefali Virkar
This should be obvious. It is more important, however, to understand how big data can be leveraged to evaluate the impact of a policy or predict an outcome.
Shefali Virkar, 30/09/2019 10:37