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International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2015

Danube University Krems
20.05.2015 - 22.05.2015
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CeDEM15 Best Paper Award


The CeDEM conference presents the author/s of the best paper with the “CeDEM Best Paper Award”.


The process we use for the CeDEM Best Paper Prize is as follows:

Step 1:  All full papers submitted to the conference are “eligible” for the prize.
Step 2: During the review process, the reviewers can nominate one or more papers for the prize.
Step 3: The papers with the highest numbers of reviewer nominations and peer-review scores are shortlisted.
Step 4:. All the track directors are requested to review the shortlist and choose 1 paper.


Winner of the CeDEM15 Best Paper Award

Karine Nahon, Alon Peled, and  Jennifer Shkabatur with their paper "Cities’ Open Government Data Heart Beat"


Best Paper Prize Winner Foto

 (in the photo: Alon Peled, Gerlinde Ecker, Noella Edelmann, Peter Parycek. Foto: ZEG)

 This is what the reviewers said about the winner's paper

"….it is clearly written, notable urges the right questions in current International transparency debates, has a clear written methodology and addresses interesting insights and discussion points."

"….lies on real research and has a practical value……"
"….an innovative and really practical approach to measuring Openness….."
"….provided a very valuable new methodology for measuring open government data at the level where it arguably matters most i.e. local"

".....not only interesting but extremely useful in terms of advancing best practice in the Open Data field."


Previous Winners

CeDEM14 Best Paper Award: Raimondo Iemma, Michele Osella and Federico Morando with their paper “Breaking Public Administrations’ Data silos: The Case of Open-DAI and a comparison between open data platforms".




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