Data overhaul needed to enhance insolvency frameworks – IMF

Murky data

A working paper published by the International Monetary Fund deems national insolvency statistics are not “sufficient enough” for policy-making in their current state.

Authors José Garrido, Wolfgang Bergthaler, Chanda DeLong, Juliet Johnson, Amira Rasekh, Anjum Rosha and Natalia Stetsenko analyse how data can be used to understand how effective and efficient current insolvency systems are.

“For the most part, the national bureaus on statistics, which publish data on insolvency, collect data at

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