Information Content of DQAF Indicators; Empirical Entropy Analysis
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KeywordsData quality assessment framework; Data analysis; Data collection; Economic models; Entropy; Information theory; statistics; information content; metadata; financial statistics; statistical techniques; Econometric and Statistical Methods: Special Topics: General; Econometric and Statistical Methods: Special Topics: Other;
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