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000262820 245__ $$aFrom Public Value to Social Value of Digital Government: Co-Creation and Social Innovation in European Union Initiatives
000262820 260__ $$c2019-01-10
000262820 269__ $$a2019-01-10
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000262820 336__ $$aConference Papers
000262820 520__ $$aThis paper discusses the development of key features in European Union policy and service redesign, based on social innovative practices where co-creation and the related phenomenon of digital social innovation have a high potential impact. The idea underneath this claim is that Information and Communication Technologies are becoming increasingly pervasive in the design, development and delivery of social innovation and co-creation initiatives which should not be limited to service delivery, rather serve as the driver for opening-up governance systems and change the way public organizations are structured and policy designed and implemented. Consequently, the paper discusses the key elements identified for setting up open and collaborative governance systems,while, taking stock from the analysis of policy experiences and practices funded by the European Commission, an overview of main drivers and barriers are presented. The paper concludes outlining recommendations for future research, as well as implications and possible directions for policy.
000262820 542__ $$fCC BY-NC-ND
000262820 6531_ $$aDigital Social Innovation
000262820 6531_ $$aDigital Government
000262820 6531_ $$aCo-creation
000262820 6531_ $$aSocial Innovation
000262820 6531_ $$aICTs
000262820 6531_ $$aGovernance
000262820 6531_ $$aPublic value
000262820 700__ $$aHalmos, Andrea
000262820 700__ $$aMisuraca, Gianluca
000262820 700__ $$aViscusi, Gianluigi$$0247871$$g242706
000262820 7112_ $$dJanuary 8-11, 2019$$cMaui, Hawaii$$a52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2019)
000262820 773__ $$tProProceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences | 2019
000262820 8560_ $$fgianluigi.viscusi@epfl.ch
000262820 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/262820/files/0294.pdf$$s519686
000262820 85641 $$uhttp://hdl.handle.net/10125/59734
000262820 909C0 $$xU10935$$pCSI$$malexandra.vonschack@epfl.ch$$0252251$$zPanes, Mathilde
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