Edelmann, N.; Mergel, I.; Lampoltshammer, T. (2023). Competences That Foster Digital Transformation of Public Administrations: An Austrian Case Study. Administrative Sciences, 13(2): 1-17

Edelmann, N.; Steiner, K.; Misuraca, G. , Gianluca Misuraca Edelmann, N.; Steiner, K., Misuraca, G. (2023). The View from the Inside: A Case Study on the Perceptions of Digital Transformation Phases in Public Administrations. Digital Government: Research and Practice, Just accepted: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3589507

Edelmann, N.; Virkar, N. (2023). The Impact of Sustainability on Co-Creation of Digital Public Services. Administrative Sciences: Special Issue Long-Term Sustainability of Co-creation and Co-production of Public Services, 13(2): 43

Edelmann, N.; Virkar, S. (2023). The Impact of Sustainability on Co-Creation of Digital Public Services. Administrative Sciences, 13 (2): 43

Edelmann, N; Albrecht, V. (2023). The Policy Cycle: A Framework for knowledge management of practitioners' expertise and role in participatory processes. Frontiers in Political Science, Volume 5: doi: 10.3389/fpos.2023.1223013

Lampoltshammer, T. J.; Maurer, H.; Pulda, N.; Klimek, P.; Hurt, J.; Rosenbichler, U. (2023). Challenges toward Evidence-Based Policymaking Using Agent-Based Modeling for Federal Sports Grants: A Self-Reflection from a Transdisciplinary Project. Sustainability, 15, 2853: 1-34

Lampoltshammer, T.J.; De Luca, G.; Thurnay, L. (2023). Digital News and Political Tweets in the Lower Austrian Municipal Elections: A Case Study on Digital Journalism and Political Communication. Social Sciences, 12(1): 1-20

Lampoltshammer, T.J.; Wallinger, S.; Scholz, J. (2023). Bridging Disciplinary Divides through Computational Social Sciences and Transdisciplinarity in Tourism Education in Higher Educational Institutions: An Austrian Case Study. Sustainability, 15: 8133

Maurer, H.; Whitman, R.; Wright, N.; (2023). The EU and the invasion of Ukraine: a collective responsibility to act? International Affairs, 99(1): 219–238

Pinto, F.; Macadar, M.A.; Viale Pereira, G. (2023). Pandemic sociomaterial bricolage: how vulnerable communities used social media to tackle the COVID-19 crisis. Information Technology & People, ahead-of-print: https://doi.org/10.1108/ITP-02-2021-0135

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