The Center for E-Governance conducts research and teaches on the effects of digital and social change on strategy, organization and processes. The focal points of the center are divided into e-government and e-governance, digital participation and cooperation models. Examples include sustainable policy-making, the once-only principle, automated administrative procedures and data ecosystems (linked data, open data).
The research results serve to raise awareness of changing socio-technical and legal governance structures and form the basis for decisions in public administration, politics, business, science and society. A high degree of inter- and transdisciplinarity is the basic paradigm of all teaching and research activities. Through the approach of research-driven teaching, research results and best practices from other sectors flow directly into the development and provision of the center's training and continuing education programs.
HEAD OF CENTER
DEPUTY HEAD OF CENTER
Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems): Thomas Lampoltshammer
Principle investigator for the project (University for Continuing Education Krems): Noella Edelmann
Höchtl, B.; Edelmann, N. (2022). A case study of the digital agenda of the City of Vienna: e-participation design and enabling factors. Electronic Government, an International Journal, 18(1): 70–93
Lovato M.; Maurer, H. (2022). Process and position power: a social relational research agenda about state power in negotiations. Journal of European Public Policy, early view: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2022.2135755