Accelerating Policy Making 2.0: Innovation directions and research perspectives as distilled from four standout cases. Koussouris, S., Lampathaki, F., Kokkinakos, P., Askounis, D., & Misuraca, G. Government Information Quarterly.
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People are lately re-considering the advantages of becoming once again an active part of the society, as they everyday discover new ways of connecting with each other towards common goals. This increasing change of attitude calls for new tools and methods as traditional tools for policy making have proved unable to predict and cope with most of today's pressing and persistent challenges. In this context, it is considered as of pivotal importance to study a set of representative set of modern Policy Making 2.0 best cases, in order to scout towards evidence-based future directions, policy propositions, documented results and conclusions. The purpose of the paper at hand is to provide policy makers, practitioners, as well as other interested stakeholders, with a bouquet of (mostly ICT-related) policy implications and practical recommendations that steam through an evidence based, domain-wide study, aiming at directing them towards more efficient and effective launch, steering and sustaining of Policy Making 2.0 initiatives. Early engagement of stakeholders, openness, user friendliness and agility in the whole procedure constitutes only a high level presentation of the propositions and implications derived as a result of the analysis that follows.
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	title = {Accelerating {Policy} {Making} 2.0: {Innovation} directions and research perspectives as distilled from four standout cases},
	issn = {0740-624X},
	shorttitle = {Accelerating {Policy} {Making} 2.0},
	url = {http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0740624X15000313},
	doi = {10.1016/j.giq.2015.03.001},
	abstract = {People are lately re-considering the advantages of becoming once again an active part of the society, as they everyday discover new ways of connecting with each other towards common goals. This increasing change of attitude calls for new tools and methods as traditional tools for policy making have proved unable to predict and cope with most of today's pressing and persistent challenges. In this context, it is considered as of pivotal importance to study a set of representative set of modern Policy Making 2.0 best cases, in order to scout towards evidence-based future directions, policy propositions, documented results and conclusions. The purpose of the paper at hand is to provide policy makers, practitioners, as well as other interested stakeholders, with a bouquet of (mostly ICT-related) policy implications and practical recommendations that steam through an evidence based, domain-wide study, aiming at directing them towards more efficient and effective launch, steering and sustaining of Policy Making 2.0 initiatives. Early engagement of stakeholders, openness, user friendliness and agility in the whole procedure constitutes only a high level presentation of the propositions and implications derived as a result of the analysis that follows.},
	urldate = {2015-04-10},
	journal = {Government Information Quarterly},
	author = {Koussouris, Sotirios and Lampathaki, Fenareti and Kokkinakos, Panagiotis and Askounis, Dimitrios and Misuraca, Gianluca},
	keywords = {eGovernance, Policy innovation, Policy Making 2.0, Policy propositions, Research directions, Research roadmap},
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