[OpenSpending] Examples of outcomes/impact from data projects about public finance?

Diego dela Mora diego at fundar.org.mx
Thu Mar 19 13:32:53 UTC 2015

Hi Jonathan,
The project "Subsidios al Campo en México" (Farm Subsidies in Mexico: www.subsidiosalcampo.org.mx<http://www.subsidiosalcampo.org.mx/>) has been documented by IBP. Please find the study case here:

Diego de la Mora Maurer
Coordinador de Presupuestos y Políticas Públicas
Budgets and Public Policy Coordinator

Fundar, Centro de Análisis e Investigación
Tel. + 52 (55) 55543001 x 119<tel:%2B%2052%20%2855%29%2055543001%20x%20119>
Cel. 04455 3223 2797


De: openspending <openspending-bounces at lists.okfn.org> en nombre de Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org>
Enviado: jueves, 19 de marzo de 2015 7:25
Para: OpenSpending Discussion List
Asunto: [OpenSpending] Examples of outcomes/impact from data projects about public finance?

Hi all,

As part of a research project we're doing on open budget data<http://blog.okfn.org/2015/03/04/new-research-project-to-map-the-impact-of-open-budget-data/> I'd be very interested to hear if anyone has any examples of outcomes/impact from data projects.

For example, in leading to better resource allocation, improving public service delivery, flagging corruption, or leading to improved citizen participation in governance or decision-making.

I have gathered a collection of examples which I will publish with the research project in due course, but any further interesting or compelling examples would be very welcome.




Jonathan Gray

Director of Policy and Research | @jwyg<https://twitter.com/jwyg>

Open Knowledge<http://okfn.org/>

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