Reading List: Impact of Open Company Data

This is the second in an occasional series of resources for background reading on corporate transparency space (see also the beneficial ownership reading list), to help new OpenCorporates staff and the wider open data community get up to speed. These are also works-in-progress, and a call for contributions; tell us what we’ve missed and what else … Continue reading Reading List: Impact of Open Company Data

Uncovering the truth using comprehensive data analysis – foreign investment in London property market

This is a guest blog by Daniella Tsar who is a Data Scientist at Thomson Reuters Labs. At Thomson Reuters Labs, we drive innovation through data science and visualisation using novel approaches to create solutions that help our customers — all the while harnessing the power of linked and shareable data. We regularly deliver projects tackling corruption and … Continue reading Uncovering the truth using comprehensive data analysis – foreign investment in London property market

Omidyar Networks features OpenCorporates in a landmark report on the impact of open data in UK

This week, Omidyar Network released a landmark report which features six examples of open data that having a profound impact in the UK. We’re proud to say that OpenCorporates, specifically its work in the successful campaign for a public beneficial ownership register, was featured as one of the case studies. We’ve been championing the benefit … Continue reading Omidyar Networks features OpenCorporates in a landmark report on the impact of open data in UK

Open Data Survey: Your contribution could shape future policy!

This is a guest blogpost by Nikolaos Theodorakis, Lecturer at University of Oxford. If you would like to write for us, email community@opencorporates.com. Researchers at the University of Oxford and the University of Nottingham are organising a large-scale open data survey. The research is part of an EU-funded project on Open Data. The project involves Austria, … Continue reading Open Data Survey: Your contribution could shape future policy!