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Track 4: Bridging Research and Practice in Governance and Policy-Making


Thursday, 2 April 2020 | - | Room TBA


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This track examines emerging visions for digital government in research and practice, the technologies required to implement them, the regulatory frameworks and approaches that can be taken to accelerate innovation, improvements in productivity and the transition from pilots to fully operational solutions in policy-making and governance. Considering recent developments in policy modelling and informatics, this track also welcomes innovative ideas, case studies or reflections on decision-making in the public sector with a great interest in evidence-based policymaking, policy informatics and new forms of governance.


ACCEPTED PAPERS

#52 - The Implementation of a Digital Curriculum on the Local Level: Lessons from Switzerland by Tereza Cahlikova

#141 - Human Biases in Government Algorithms-An Example on Sentiment Analysis by Lőrinc Thurnay, Thomas Lampoltshammer

#163 - Change Capability - An Indicator-Based Case Study on the Example of the German Refugee Crisis by Moreen Heine, Kian Niroomand

#191 - Legal Framework for Self-Driving Cars: Case of Russia by Mikhail V. Bundin, Aleksei Martynov, Fedor Rumyantsev

#201 - On the Science Foundation of Digital Governance and Transformation by Zoi Lachana

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Chair - Track 4
Luís Soares Barbosa
United Nations University (UNU-EGOV)
Chair - Track 4
Tomasz Janowski
Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland and Danube University Krems

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