Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] * Clearly there is a strong potential to use public data for policy-making, but that does not come for free. There is a obvious wealth of public sector data, but tt needs to be structured and "opened" for other uses, also considering the data protection issue, also in light of the new regulatory frameworks such as the GDPR.
Spiros Mouzakitis
Regulatory fragmentation is a barrier practically impossible to overcome. If the focus is on Europe, common legislation in all levels is needed.
Spiros Mouzakitis, 11/09/2019 15:41
Anna Triantafillou
There's a typo here: "data, but TT needs..."
Anna Triantafillou, 19/09/2019 07:51
Shefali Virkar
Two issues requiring greater understanding present themselves: first, is the nature of data as a dual purpose commodity with both economic and social value. Second, is the nature of the incentives available to encourage data providers to share their data for public benefit. See: Virkar S., Viale Pereira G., Vignoli M. (2019) Investigating the Social, Political, Economic and Cultural Implications of Data Trading. Lindgren I. et al. (eds) Electronic Government. EGOV 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11685.Springer, Cham.
Shefali Virkar, 30/09/2019 10:43