Conceptualizing a national data infrastructure for Switzerland

@article{Estermann2018ConceptualizingAN,
  title={Conceptualizing a national data infrastructure for Switzerland},
  author={Beat Estermann and Marianne Fraefel and Alessia C. Neuroni and J{\"u}rgen Vogel},
  journal={Inf. Polity},
  year={2018},
  volume={23},
  pages={43-65}
}
A national data infrastructure (NDI) provides data, data-related services and guidelines for the re-use of data to individuals and organizations. It facilitates efficient sharing of data, supports new business models, and is thus a key enabler for the digital economy, open research, societal collaboration and political processes. While several European countries have taken steps to set up data infrastructures cutting across institutional silos, approaches vary, and there is no common… 
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