Big data in central banks: 2019 survey results

Many central banks are overhauling their data governance, facilitating a broadening in their use of big data

Central banks have continued to develop their use of new and innovative forms of data in the past year, with the fourth iteration of Central Banking’s annual survey showing how big data has continued to filter into the policy-making process at many institutions.

This year, there were also signs of a breakthrough in terms of data governance, with a much larger proportion of central banks reporting their systems for data were clearly organised. This likely reflects the considerable effort many

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