Our researcher Nermin Oruc attended workshop titled “Access to anonymized administrative data for the purposes of research and policy analysis” held on 21.-22. September 2017. in Budapest, Hungary. The workshop brought together researchers and policy analysts to assess the state of play of access to administrative data in the Visegrad countries and to discuss what can be learned from the Hungarian example and other, more recent initiatives. The workshop was supported by a grant from the Visegrad fund and organized by the Hungarian Society of Economists (MKE) in cooperation with the Budapest Institute, CELSI, CERGE-EI and IBS. The program of the workshop is available here.
More information about the content of the workshop could be found here.