Collaborative Governance for Smart Sustainable Cities
- Gabriela Viale Pereira, Department for E-Governance and Administration, Danube University Krems, Austria
- Tomasz Janowski, Department for E-Governance and Administration, Danube University Krems, Austria and Department for Applied Informatics in Management, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
- Elsa Estevez, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Universidad Nacional del Sur and Institute of Computer Science and Engineering (UNS–CONICET), Bahía Blanca, Argentina
With cities around the world facing unprecedented sustainability challenges including “growing numbers of slum dwellers, increased air pollution, inadequate basic services and infrastructure, and unplanned urban sprawl” (United Nations, 2017), UN-Habitat (2016) recently called for a new generation of national urban policies that reach “beyond the traditional boundaries of the city and fosters stronger horizontal and vertical linkages, and creative partnerships in order to tackle complex urban problems in a coordinated way”. By May 2017, 149 countries responded to this call by developing their own national urban policies (United Nations, 2017). (more…)
July 12-13th, 2018, Yokohama (Japan)
Smart (or Dumb) Governance: Digital Innovation in the Era of Populism and Political Polarization
Call for Papers
CeDEM Asia 2018 aims to bring together academics, policy-makers, industry professionals, and civil society activists to discuss the role of social media, mobile technology, big data, and digital innovation in the future of citizenship and governance in Asia and worldwide. The conference aims to promote the exchange of ideas, networking, and collaboration on the topics of citizen engagement, campaigning, political polarization, populism, e-government, smart cities, and other emerging topics.
Main conference themes: political polarization, campaigning, populism, civic engagement, e-government, smart cities
JeDEM 9(1) is published now!
This time, JeDEM focuses on “Open Government and the Open Government Partnership (OGP)”. It contributes to the ongoing dialogue regarding the impact of the OGP on the way that openness is unfolding worldwide. This issue comprises one invited article, three research articles, and one reflection.
Open Access: You can access JeDEM free of charge, and also comment on the articles. We hope you enjoy this special issue of JeDEM and wish you a nice reading time, maybe during the holidays or afterwards.
Access: JeDEM 9(1), 2017.
JeDEM also encourages ongoing submissions throughout the year, or submissions to one of our special issue calls.
EGOV-CeDEM-ePart 2018 represents the merge of the IFIP EGOV-ePart with the CeDEM conference as well as the annual conference of the IFIP Working Group 8.5. The conference is held annually, and will be hosted 3-5 September 2018 at the Danube University Krems in Austria.
We invite individuals from academic and applied backgrounds as well as from business, public authorities, NGOs, NPOs and education institutions to submit their research papers, reflections, posters as well as practitioner papers, panel or workshop proposals to the topics addressed in the tracks. The conference also offers a PhD Colloquium as well as a limited number of PhD bursaries. We welcome completed and ongoing research papers, workshop and panel proposals, reflections&viewpoints, posters and practitioners’ papers.
- General E-Government & Open Government
- General e-Democracy & e-Participation
- Smart Governance (Government, Cities & Regions)
- AI, Data Analytics and Automated Decision Making
- Digital Collaboration and Social Media
- Policy Modeling and Policy Informatics
- Social Innovation
- Open Data, Linked Data & Semantic Web
- Practitioners’ Track
- PhD Colloquium
- (Hard) deadline for submissions: 17 March 2018
- Notification of acceptance: 30 April 2018
- Camera-ready paper submission and author registration: 1 June 2018
- Conference: 3-5 September 2018
- PhD Colloquium: 2 September 2018
We look forward to seeing you!
Peter, Olivier, Marijn, Jochen, Efthimios (Conference Chairs) & Noella (Local Host Chair)
19-21 April in Quito, Ecuador
Quito, looking down.
Quito, looking up.
After more than 1/2 day spent in the air, I arrived to Quito to attend the ICEDEG 2017 chaired by Andreas Meier (University of Fribourg, CH) and Luis Terán (University of Fribourg, CH & Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas (ESPE), EC).
Rain, forecast for the whole week.
Programme and details available here: