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Managing Research Data in the Caribbean: Good practices and challenges

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Presented by Winston Butler at the LEARN Caribbean Research Data Workshop. http://learn-rdm.eu/en/workshops/eclac-mini-workshops/3rd-mini-workshop

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Managing Research Data in the Caribbean: Good practices and challenges

  1. 1. Managing research data in the Caribbean: Good practices and challenges Winston Butler November 24, 2016
  2. 2. Introduction • Discussion with centre on experiences – personal and reported – of doctoral students, mainly from the UWI, but also to a lesser extent from the University of Technology. • In severely resource-constrained contexts, rational policymakers, industry leaders, institutions stewards and managers of firms (not-for- profit and those with profit motives) allocate capital to provide optimal returns.
  3. 3. ODE Data publication pyramid
  4. 4. The search for reliable data is unending… • For secondary data researchers report that they access: • Central Bank online repositories • The World Bank’s World Data Bank (http://databank.worldbank.org/data/home.aspx) • The International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook Databases (http://www.imf.org/en/data). • Local statistics offices • Statistical Institute of Jamaica (http://statinja.gov.jm/) • Planning Institute of Jamaica (http://www.pioj.gov.jm/) • Industry sources • Jamaica Stock Exchange (https://www.jamstockex.com/) • University libraries
  5. 5. Edward Seaga Research Institute • Created to encourage research among students, think tanks, policy makers, academics and all persons interested in Jamaica’s economic and social history and performance. • It is a compilation of over 700 of the most important macroeconomic variables over the period between 1950 and 2012 covering information on the economy, education, environment, finance, population, tourism, labour force and health. • It was created in partnership with the Caribbean Open Institute, where developers, researchers and journalists can retrieve and re-use the data to develop their own analyses, reports and charts and applications.
  6. 6. Edward Seaga Research Institute
  7. 7. Jamaica open data portal
  8. 8. Jamaica open data portal
  9. 9. The solution…MSBM Finance Lab
  10. 10. The solution…MSBM Finance Lab