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Publication Date: 14th March 2018

The use of big data in insurance raises concerns around privacy, innovation and competition, which require intricate value judgements. The paper discusses the societal and economic benefits from the use of big data analytics in insurance and the key concerns that have been raised in public and regulatory debate. It also identifies the key trade-offs deriving from the enhanced use of personal data in insurance.

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Four-page research summary: Research Brief: Big Data and Insurance

Press release: Realising societal benefits of big data and insurance involves competition and privacy trade-offs