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 at the Danube University Krems.
Mila Gascó holds a MBA and a Ph. D. in public policy evaluation (Award Enric Prat de la Riba granted to the best Ph. D. thesis on public management and administration, given by the Escola d’Administració Pública de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain).
Nowadays, she is a senior researcher at the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Management and the Institute of Public Governance and Management, both at ESADE. In the latter, she is in charge of the e-governance, open government and smart cities areas of research. For seven years, she was a senior analyst at the International Institute on Governance of Catalonia. Mila Gascó has a lot of consulting experience on the information and knowledge society as well.
Mila Gascó in ten sentences: What are the main assets of your keynote, expectations and your vision of the future? #cedem16
- More and more, public administrations are forced to co-produce
- Co-production does not need ICT but ICT facilitate and speed up the processes of co-production
- ICT-enabled co-production is meaningful in the framework of open government
- Co-production has mainly to do with one of the three open government dimensions: collaboration
- Open data and social media are important tools to do co-production
- A co-production process is an open innovation process
- Co-production can be related to open services
- ICT-enabled co-production can be analyzed according to two criteria: ICT role in the process and citizens’ level of involvement
- Two sets of factors influence co-production: organizational factors and citizens factors
- ICT-enabled co-production is also influenced by the ICT factor