Money for nothingdata for freeHard facts about the economic power ofOpen Government Data
Growth of data portalsWorld Map of Open Government Data InitiativesSource: Semantic Web Company
Paper structureNumbersNumbersTheoreticalImplicationsUse Cases
Theoretical economic implications of OGD Framework for theoretical implications of OGD applications (APPS) data integra...
Dimensions of indicatorsadditionrealitynationalpotential savingsdivisionpotentiallocalnew applications
Numbers € ₤ $Source: Rob-Wie @flickr
Economic benefit of OGD mainly based on a study from theEuropean Union (EU) for stakeholders: actual economic benefitsan...
Numbers € ₤ $source: raymaclean@flickr
source: raymaclean@flickrvalueSaveofcostsTaxesamountGrowthin salebenefitNumbers € ₤ $
region fact amount or % periodWorld taxes amount for Google API + % of profitEU27 gains from PSI apps € 140 bill p.a.EU po...
Economic Value Study from the EU commission:40 Mrd. € annual potential for the EU Derived for Austria ≈ 0,9 bill. €Sourc...
CalculationDanube University Kremscreation effortEffort *developers houropportunityexpensesAverageapplication68,6 hours 68...
CalculationBusiness University Viennacosts per year 115.637 €cost multiplier 1,5benefit multiplier 8elasticity of demand 2...
This work is licenced under Creative Commons Namensnennung 3.0 Österreich Lizenz.The attribution of the rights owner has t...
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Gregor Eibl, Brigitte Lutz: Money for nothing – data for free. Hard facts about the power of and the effects of Open Government Data

  1. 1. Money for nothingdata for freeHard facts about the economic power ofOpen Government Data
  2. 2. Growth of data portalsWorld Map of Open Government Data InitiativesSource: Semantic Web Company
  3. 3. Paper structureNumbersNumbersTheoreticalImplicationsUse Cases
  4. 4. Theoretical economic implications of OGD Framework for theoretical implications of OGD applications (APPS) data integration within the economy reduced transaction costs Free data as a source in a value network innovations by start-up companies economic growth through innovation additional tax revenues through economic growth Value chains of OGD OGD – input to management decisions
  5. 5. Dimensions of indicatorsadditionrealitynationalpotential savingsdivisionpotentiallocalnew applications
  6. 6. Numbers € ₤ $Source: Rob-Wie @flickr
  7. 7. Economic benefit of OGD mainly based on a study from theEuropean Union (EU) for stakeholders: actual economic benefitsand the potential for a special region. standard measurements are still missing dense collection of already existing hardfacts from various available studies
  8. 8. Numbers € ₤ $source: raymaclean@flickr
  9. 9. source: raymaclean@flickrvalueSaveofcostsTaxesamountGrowthin salebenefitNumbers € ₤ $
  10. 10. region fact amount or % periodWorld taxes amount for Google API + % of profitEU27 gains from PSI apps € 140 bill p.a.EU potential value of OGD € 30 - 40 bill p.a.Austria growth in sale since OGD observed by a company + 5%Austria save of development costs € 5.488 per appAustria - Vienna save of development costs € 455.504 2 yearsAustria economic gains derived from EU numbers by GDPand inhabitants€ 0.5 - 1.1 bill p.a.Austria economic gains derived from EU numbers by GDP € 2.8 mio p.a.Austria / Vienna potential value of OGD € 3.7 /€ 44.4 mio p.a.Denmark worth of re-use of public data € 80 mio p.a.Germany market for geo-information € 1,4 bill p.a.(2007)Netherlands arising taxes amount from meteorological data + 750%Spain Reuse of PSI by the infomediary business sector € 550 mio. p.a. (2009)United Kingdom (UK) value of public sector information £16 bn p.a. (2011)United Kingdom (UK) additional economic value £ 1.6 - 6.0 bill p.a.UK– Greater Manchester additional economic value £ 6 mio p.a.Canada - Vancouver revenue opening public transport data CAN$ 2.6 mio 5 yearsUnited States Apps for Democracy – market value US$ 2.3 mio 30 daysUnites States global weather risk market US$ 11,8 bill p.a. (2011)Summary of numeric facts
  11. 11. Economic Value Study from the EU commission:40 Mrd. € annual potential for the EU Derived for Austria ≈ 0,9 bill. €Source: Vickery, G.: Review of recent studies on PSI re-use and related market developments, 2011.
  12. 12. CalculationDanube University Kremscreation effortEffort *developers houropportunityexpensesAverageapplication68,6 hours 68,6 * € 80.- € 5.488.-38 apps(Sep 2012)2.606,8 hours 2.606,8 * € 80.- € 208.544.-84 apps(Apr 2013)5.762,4hours 5.762,4 *€ 80.- € 460.992.-
  13. 13. CalculationBusiness University Viennacosts per year 115.637 €cost multiplier 1,5benefit multiplier 8elasticity of demand 2benefit: (115.637x1,5)x8x2benefit Vienna: 2.775.288 €benefit Austria: 12.215.872 €Benefit: Costs x cost multiplier x benefit multiplier x elasticity of demand0,42%100%21,33%100%Exploitation Austria:Potential Austria:Exlpoitation Vienna:Potential Vienna:Actual exploitation
  14. 14. This work is licenced under Creative Commons Namensnennung 3.0 Österreich Lizenz.The attribution of the rights owner has to be done in the following manner:„Brigitte Lutz & Gregor Eibl 2013"Brigitte Lutz Gregor Eiblbrigitte.lutz@wien.gv.at gregor.eibl@bka.gv.atwien.gv.at www.bka.gv.atdata.wien.gv.at data.gv.atClear benefits for the citizensAdded value for the business location

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