Studying e-participation in government innovation programmes – 2008 and 2015 (Bachelor thesis, research work)

Organisation

  • Type: Bachelor thesis or research work (the extent can be adapted
  • Target group: E-Government, Information Systems, Information Management, Computer Science, Web Science
  • Requirements: Interest in the topic, experience in desk research, knowledge in surveys (e.g. from lecture "System Analysis")
  • Contact persons: Maria A. Wimmer, Sabrina Scherer

Description

In 2008, we have done a survey in international e-participation research community questioning the degree of integration of e-participation in ICT and e-government research and implementation programmes and strategies (Scherer, Schneider, Wimmer, & Shaddock, 2008). In 2015, it is interesting to redo this survey in order to find the current degree of integration of e-participation in ICT and e-government research and implementation programmes and strategies, a comparison of results from surveys in 2008 (including recommendations) and 2015 and recommendations for further research.

The aim of this thesis is to questioning the degree of integration of e-participation in ICT and e-government research and implementation programmes and strategies in 2015 and compare them with them of 2008. Therefore a questionnaire have to be settled up and disseminated among research and practice community. Results have to be evaluated and compared with research results including recommendations from the survey in 2008. From this comparison, research gaps have to be identified in order to give further research results.

Knowledge and skills acquired in the thesis work

Experience in relevant research methods, knowledge in government innovation programmes and strategies.

Literature

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