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The collection and applications of big data – Full interview with Diane Schanzenbach | VIEWPOINT
The modern economy has never been more reliant on data. Businesses, governments, and families must navigate the complexities of a world made possible by new technologies and innovative business practices. Without reliable information about the economic and social environment, it is impossible in many instances to make sensible choices. Diane Schanzenbach and Michael Strain discuss the uses and benefits of the economic and social data that government agencies collect.
AEI & Hamilton Project report – The Vital Role of Government-Collected Data: https://goo.gl/UOfB0m
Michael Strain is Director of Economic Policy Studies and Resident Scholar at American Enterprise Institute: https://goo.gl/RQl1na
Diane Schanzenbach is Director of the Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution: https://goo.gl/VTN2zf
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