Source: European Public Sector Information (PSI) Platform
European PSI Platform Guest Blogger, Christopher Corbin, poses questions about measuring the economic activity from opening up government data
London: 21 February 2010
European PSI Platform Guest Blogger, Christopher Corbin, poses questions about measuring the economic activity from opening up government data.
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In the context of the EU legislative framework for the re-use of Public Sector Information (PSI) and the recent EU Committee of Regions’ opinion discussing the value and measurement of the economic value of PSI re-use, Christopher poses questions about such measurements. These are some of the questions which will be considered in the European Commission’s initiative to commission economic studies on PSI re-use.
Christopher Corbin is an independent researcher in the development of the emerging information and knowledge economy. He is currently an adviser to the European Public Sector Information Platform and was an analyst under the eContentplus funded ePSIplus Thematic Network (September 2006 to February 2009). He is also an expert member of the UK Advisory Panel for Public Sector Information (APPSI), member of the Open Knowledge Foundation Advisory Board (OKFN) and has worked with the OECD (Organisation for Economic C-operation and Development) on Public Sector Information initiatives.
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