D.A.T.A.

Data Analysis for Transparency and Accountability (DATA):  The Global Development Policy Center is committed to creating accessible and comprehensive open knowledge tools for policymakers, reporters, researchers, civil society, students and others to explore and draw insights. The GDP Center releases both stand-alone databases that are updated on an annual or bi-annual basis, as well as data interactives that accompany published academic papers.

The Global China Initiative (GCI) manages a suite of five interactive public databases that collectively track hundreds of billions of dollars in Chinese loans and investment to a variety of sectors, including energy and other infrastructure development. These databases aim to provide transparent information to aid research, education, policymaking, journalism and accountability with regards to China’s overseas development finance and projects around the world.

The Global Economic Governance Initiative (GEGI) maintains the Global Financial Safety Net Tracker,  which monitors changes to the global financial safety net. Additionally, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, GEGI has created and released a series of interactives to monitor, track and aid the global economic recovery effort.

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