Open Collaborative Government #CeDEM16

CeDEM16
CeDEM – the international Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government – brings together e-democracy, e-participation and open government specialists working in academia, politics, government and business to critically analyse the innovations, issues, ideas and challenges in the networked societies of the digital age. The CeDEM16 will be held from May 18th to May 20th 2016 at the Danube University Krems.

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Open Collaborative Government

  • ICT-Enabled Social Innovations in Social Services: Mapping the Evidence (Christian Voigt, Gianluca Misuraca, Fiorenza Lipparini and Csaba Kucsera)
  • Structural Conditions for Citizen Deliberation: A Conceptual Scheme for the Assessment of “New” Parties (Maria Haberer and Ismael Peña-López)
  • The Path from E-Government to Open Government in Vietnam: Dealing with the Openness Dilemma (Tran Van Long)

ICT-Enabled Social Innovations in Social Services: Mapping the Evidence (Christian Voigt, Gianluca Misuraca, Fiorenza Lipparini and Csaba Kucsera)

SIP (Social Investment Package), social investment in the people is a target of the EU. Christian Voigt presents only a part of a large study conducted by the authors. Social investment is investing into the development of the people, contrary to aids by the government that help people if they are in need, like unemployment aid. How can ICT-enabled social innovation support social investment policies, or integrated approaches to social service delivery? Social innovation can be seen as: need driven production, open process of co-creation, public value allocation, changes stakeholder relationship. Innovation classification was clustered as incremental, organisational, disruptive, radical/transformative innovation. …

 

Structural Conditions for Citizen Deliberation: A Conceptual Scheme for the Assessment of “New” Parties (Maria Haberer and Ismael Peña-López)

Maria Haberer elaborated on their definition of new parties and what they need to be created with a relevant narrative (5-Stars, Podemos, Occupy Wallstreet).  Deliberative democracy was defined in the context of participatory and discursive democracy. “Barcelona En Comú” was chosen as case study for new party development. A participatory platform was put online with about 24.000 users that were citizens of Barcelona. The authors looked at specific neighbourhoods as samples. A mix of methods was chosen to analyse the participatory processes on different levels. …

 

 

The Path from E-Government to Open Government in Vietnam: Dealing with the Openness Dilemma (Tran Van Long)

How can e-government facilitate open government? The openness dilemma describes the advantages of openness and transparency in contrast to the need to protect information. E-government does not necessarily lead to e-democracy or open government. There is global pressure as well as domestic demand for e-government in Vietnam. The e-government readiness index shows slow but constant increase in Vietnam, while e-participation index fluctuates each year and consistent development on the e-participation index cannot be stated yet. For instance, the freedom of the press in Vietnam decreases each year. Authoritarian regimes all have to deal with the openness dilemma. …

 

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