‘Squandered value? How to overcome the challenges of joining up government data for statistics and research’ November 19th, Exeter University.

On November 19th the University of Exeter will host Ed Humphries and Catherine Bromley as they present their report on joining Up Data for Better Statistics.

 

The lecture is focused on the theme that value is being squandered in Government because data are not linked. Their report (which can be found here) outlines six outcomes for government to achieve that we hope will foster a new and better environment for high quality, trustworthy linkage and analysis. The lecture will explain the rationale for the six outcomes and the changes we want to see happen. The lecture will then be followed by comments by Oliver James and Sabina Leonelli.

 

For more information on the event visit the website here.