Service and Operations Management

Big Data at the service of social inclusion

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Lack of social inclusion is manifested in situations of vulnerability, which vary according to the characteristics of the people, the households to which they belong, and the territory. Urban vulnerability is becoming increasingly complex and requires dynamic tools to identify it, to convey appropriate preventive and mitigation measures. Big Data can be one of these prediction tools.
Bibliographic citation: MARTÍNEZ DE ALBÉNIZ, V., ECHAVE MARTÍNEZ, C. (2020). Big Data at the service of social inclusion.
Date: 01/05/2020
Author(s): Victor Martínez de Albéniz; Cynthia Echave Martínez
Document type: Study and Monograph
Department: Production, Technology and Operations Management
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Languages: English / Catalan
Year of the events: 2019 - 2020
Geographic area: Spain