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Paper Session 2


Wednesday, 3 April 2019 | 10:30 - 12:30 | Room PERTH (016.07.002)


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Track 2: Open Government and Digital Citizenship: Participation, Engagement, and Empowerment

Open government and digital citizenship refer to participation in the effective use of digital technologies and the Internet to engage with and empower citizens and businesses. This track explores the data openness paradigm enabled by technological developments and the Open Government Data movement, which argue that, if properly “opened” and reused, government data provides great opportunities to promote civic participation and engagement.

 

ACCEPTED PAPERS

  • Contrasting views of public engagement on local government data use in the UK by Emily Rempel, Julie Barnett and Hannah Durrant
  • Service Delivery Maturity Assessment by Reshma Agarwal and Vinay Thakur
  • Optimizing Open Government: An Economic Perspective on Data Sharing by Todd Sanderson, Andrew Reeson and Paul Box
  • Variation in E-Participation Schemes and Strategies: Comparative Case Study of Oslo, Madrid, and Melbourne by Sveinung Legard, George Anthony Giannoumis, Sissel Hovik and Cristina Paupini
  • The Online Citizen Engagement Platform of the Government of India (GoI)-MyGov: A Case Study by Charru Malhotra, Abhinav Sharma and Nishtha Agarwal
  • Mediating Open Data Consumption – Identifying Story Patterns for Linked Open Statistical Data by Maciej Janowski, Adegboyega Ojo, Edward Curry and Lukasz Porwol

CHAIRS / SPEAKERS


Chair - Track 7
Adegboyega Ojo
National University of Ireland Galway
Chair - Track 6
Delfina Soares
United Nations University (UNU-EGOV)

CONFERENCE PATRON
Ministry of Digital Governance of the Hellenic Republic
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