Hunting for data sources: how improving data can increase capital for emerging domestic markets
The data on emerging domestic markets are fragmented, non-standardized, and not widely accessible. One way to remedy this information gap would be to create a “data consortium” that leverages existing resources and uses them to build an integrated database. Increasing the amount and quality of data available on EDM firms would provide opportunities for improved analysis, policymaking, capital flow, and product development.
Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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