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Central banks’ use of and interest in big data

Central banks’ use of and interest in “big data” 2015. Survey conducted by the Irving Fisher Committee on Central Bank Statistics (IFC) October 2015.

“This report presents the results of the 2015 IFC survey of central banks on the use of and interest in “big data”. The aim of this survey was twofold: (i) To take stock of central banking experience in the use of big data; and (ii) To explore central banks’ interest in this topic with a view to defining a roadmap for further action. The online survey took place in early 2015. The vast majority (69) of IFC member central banks responded, representing a response rate of 83%.”

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