Professor Jose Ramon Albert on Big Data
Category: FACULTY IN THE NEWS
29 April 2014 - In an article published by Rappler, Professor Jose Ramon Albert shares his thoughts on Big Data, and it's potential use for public policy formulation and development work. In the article, he explores the advantages of making use of nontraditional data sources, such as Big Data, to complement traditional data sources for official statistics. Professor Albert is an adjunct faculty member at the AIM Stephen Zuellig Graduate School of Development Management (AIM-ZDM) where he teaches Statistical Inference and Data Analysis. He was also the Secretary General of the National Statistics Coordination Board (NSCB).
Click here to read Professor Albert's article entitled "Can Big Data measure progress and development?" on the Rappler.
Photo taken during the Philippine lauch of the World Development Report 2014 where Prof. Albert was guest speaker.