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.

Projects (Selection)

JeDEM - eJournal for eDemocracy and Open Government

Duration: 02/09/2012–31/12/2025
Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems): Noella Edelmann

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Inclusive Governance Models and ICT Tools for Integrated Public Service Co-Creation and Provision

Duration: 01/01/2021–31/12/2024
Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems): Noella Edelmann
Funding: EU

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Publications (Selection)

Edelmann, N.; Höchtl, B. (2022). E-participation in Austria: the Digital Agenda Vienna. In: Randma-Liiv, T.; Lember, V., Engaging Citizens in Policy Making e-Participation Practices in Europe: n.n., Edward Elgar Publishing, n.n

David, M.; Maurer, H. (2021). Reclaiming agency: skills, academics and students in the Social Sciences. European Political Science, early view: 1-17

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