Citizen Engagement and Crowdsourcing

71 publication(s)

Objective: All Access Effectiveness Legitimacy Participation Transparency
Sector: All Economy Education Energy Environment Healthcare Public Safety Transportation
Region: All Africa Asia Australia Europe North America South America
Methodology: All Case Analysis Comparative Analysis Conceptual Framework Design Science Quantitative Analysis Statistical Modeling Survey
  • Online Participation in Higher Education Decision-making
  • Urban Data Games: Creating Smart Citizens for Smart Cities
  • A sentiment analysis of U.S. local government tweets: The connection between tone and citizen involvement
  • Does Twitter Increase Perceived Police Legitimacy?
  • Crowdsourced earthquake early warning
  • A Process Model for Crowdsourcing Design: A Case Study in Citizen Science
  • Citizen Science for Citizen Access to Law
  • Crowdsourcing Pedestrian and Cyclist Activity Data
  • Does Crowdsourcing Legislation Increase Political Legitimacy? The Case of Avoin Ministeri in Finland
  • Embracing Crowdsourcing: A Strategy for State and Local Governments Approaching “Whole Community” Emergency Planning
  • Crowdsourcing as a tool for political participation? – the case of Ugandawatch
  • Competition-Based Innovation: The Case of the X Prize Foundation
  • Does Participatory Budgeting Improve Decentralized Public Service Delivery?
  • Is Transparency a Recipe for Innovation?
  • Can 311 Call Centers Improve Service Delivery? Lessons from New York and Chicago
  • Motivations for sustained participation in crowdsourcing: The role of talk in a citizen science case study
  • Open Government and Democracy: A Research Review
  • Opening Government: Designing Open Innovation Processes to Collaborate With External Problem Solvers
  • Participatory sensing: enabling interactive local governance through citizen engagement
  • Smart cities: the state-of-the-art and governance challenge
  • A micro-democratic perspective on crowd-work
  • A New Taxonomy of Smart City Projects
  • Crowd-Sourcing Corruption: What Petrified Forests, Street Music, Bath Towels and the Taxman Can Tell Us About the Prospects for Its Future
  • “Open” disclosure of innovations, incentives and follow-on reuse: Theory on processes of cumulative innovation and a field experiment in computational biology
  • Can Bottom-Up Institutional Reform Improve Service Delivery?
  • A taxonomy of crowdsourcing based on task complexity
  • Real-time information about public transport’s position using crowdsourcing
  • Open Source Governance—A More Ambitious Cousin of Collaborative Governance
  • Creating a national citizen engagement process for energy policy
  • Experiments on Crowdsourcing Policy Assessment
  • Crowdteaching: Supporting Teaching as Designing in Crowdsourcing Communities
  • Business Models for Open Innovation: Matching Heterogenous Open Innovation Strategies with Business Model Dimensions
  • The Decalogue of Policy Making 2.0: Results from Analysis of Case Studies on the Impact of ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling
  • Using Crowds for Evaluation Tasks: Validity by Numbers vs. Validity by Expertise
  • Smart cities: moving beyond urban cybernetics to tackle wicked problems
  • Designing an Online Civic Engagement Platform: Balancing “More” vs. “Better” Participation in Complex Public Policymaking
  • Brief survey of crowdsourcing for data mining
  • Social Network Sites as a Mode to Collect Health Data: A Systematic Review
  • Crowdsourcing Parking Lot Occupancy using a Mobile Phone Application
  • Collaborative approaches to public sector innovation: A scoping study
  • Innovation Contests
  • Crowdsourcing medical expertise in near real time
  • Quizz: Targeted Crowdsourcing with a Billion (Potential) Users
  • Revolutionising Digital Public Service Delivery: A UK Government Perspective
  • True Collective Intelligence? A Sketch of a Possible New Field
  • Crowdsourcing and regulatory reviews: A new way of challenging red tape in British government?
  • Habermas and the Garants : Narrowing the gap between policy and practice in French organisation – citizen engagement
  • Mind the Map: The Impact of Culture and Economic Affluence on Crowd-Mapping Behaviours
  • Managing Innovation in a Crowd
  • Citizens' Use of New Media in Authoritarian Regimes: A Case Study of Uganda
  • Collective Intelligence or Group Think? Engaging Participation Patterns in World without Oil
  • Competition-Based Innovation: The Case of the X Prize Foundation
  • Crowdsourcing Dilemma
  • Data democracy - increased supply of geospatial information and expanded participatory processes in the production of data
  • Developing Together: Investigating best practices for community development and public consultation
  • Do Experts or Collective Intelligence Write with More Bias? Evidence from Encyclopaedia Britannica and Wikipedia
  • Does Enclave Deliberation Polarize Opinions?
  • Does Participatory Budgeting Improve Decentralized Public Service Delivery?
  • Effects of the Internet on Participation: Study of a Public Policy Referendum in Brazil
  • Five design principles for crowdsourced policymaking: Assessing the case of crowdsourced off-road traffic law in Finland
  • Gender Gaps in Civic and Political Participation in Latin America
  • Innovations in Global Governance: Towards a Distributed Internet Governance Ecosystem
  • Medical Wikis Dedicated to Clinical Practice: A Systematic Review
  • Online Consultation and Governance Reform in Chinese Ministries and Provinces
  • Participatory Budgeting in the Dominican Republic: Implications for Agency, Democracy and Development
  • Reimagining Governance in Practice: Benchmarking British Columbia’s Citizen Engagement Efforts
  • Score Another One for the Internet? The Role of the Networked Public Sphere in the U.S. Net Neutrality Policy Debate"
  • Surveying the citizen science landscape
  • The Effect of Government Responsiveness on Future Political Participation
  • The Individiualisation of Party Politics: The Impact of Changing Internal Decision-Making Processes on Policy Development and Citizen Engagement
  • The Third Sector and Online Citizen Empowerment: the Case of mySociety