AxiomSL: AnaCredit - Regulation Gets Granular

The recent economic and financial crisis has revealed the inadequacy of ‘traditional’ statistics to support policy making – making the requirement of additional information at a more granular level necessary. In 2016, the governing council of the European Central Bank (ECB) approved a new statistical regulation establishing a common, granular big data database – AnaCredit. This comes as a result of the need to ‘move beyond the aggregates’ – the title of the latest ECB Statistics Conference in

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