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Democratizing Our Data by Julia Lane

Democratizing Our Data

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Democratizing Our Data by Julia Lane
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Sep 01, 2020 | ISBN 9780262044325

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“Lane, a professor of public policy at NYU, delivers a persuasive, evidence-based argument for building a new public data system in order to safeguard privacy and improve the government’s ability to implement policy initiatives…she writes in straightforward, accessible prose and makes a convincing case for reform. Policymakers will want to take note.”
Publishers Weekly

“Julia Lane is a brilliant visionary with the rare ability to bring her visions successfully to fruition. Her manifesto is a clarion call we must heed to ensure a dynamic and viable future for timely, relevant, accurate, and objective federal statistical data. A mustread.”
– Nancy Potok, former Chief Statistician of the United States

“Julia Lane paints a grim picture of the current state of government data collection. But she also describes practical ways to modernize and improve the systems that provide this data. Everyone interested in improved policy making should read this book.”
– Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google

“A compelling call to modernize the way we collect and analyze public data, so that citizens, firms, and policy makers make better decisions in the twenty-first century.”
– Tom Kalil, Chief Innovation Officer, Schmidt Futures; former Deputy Director for Technology and Innovation for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

“A must-read. A marvelous (and badly needed) recipe to harness the power of public data to enlighten us all.”
– David T. Ellwood, Isabelle and Scott Black Professor of Political Economy, John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University

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