Mining and Linking Open Economic Data from Governmental Communities
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In this paper, we propose a model conceptualization (Linked Open Economy - LOE) capable of exploiting the massive amount and variety of open economic data that are gradually becoming available by governments and open source communities. The main aim is to unleash the power of open data and open source systems and create a common ground to serve as a catalyst in providing more efficient answers in important economic activities.
KeywordsOpen data Open systems Government Economy
This paper is supported by the project “Open Journalism – OpJ”, which has received funding from the Digital News Initiative (DNI) Innovation Fund.
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