Economists’ rate of access to centralised data services still below par

Central banks in high-income jurisdictions still have more access

The proportion of central banks with central data governance for economists remains lower than those without the infrastructure, the Economics Benchmarks 2023 reveals.

Only 10 (30.3%) central banks say they have such a service available to economists, according to the responses of 33 institutions. Twenty-three (69.7%) of the respondents lack such data. The sample from the 2022 benchmark demonstrates some improvements in the availability of central service systems to economists at 38.8% of

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