Digital Governance

Overview

Use of technology in government for service delivery, citizen engagement, collaboration, openness and transparency

 

Projects

Connecting Cuyahoga County:  In collaboration with Connected Insights/Cuyahoga County, Karen Mossberger and Shawn Novak contributed to a report on the benefits of increased digital inclusion for county administration and residents. The report outlines how investment in efforts to increase digital inclusion would improve Cuyahoga County, OH service delivery in many ways. https://bit.ly/2mgAcV4

Schartman-Cycyk, Samantha, Karen Mossberger, Bill Callahan, Shawn Novak, Amy Sheon, Angela Siefer, Erika Mancinas, Seong K. Cho. July 2019. Connecting Cuyahoga.  Investment in Digital Inclusion Brings Big Returns for Residents and Administration. Available at http://executive.cuyahogacounty.us/pdf_executive/en-US/ConnectingCuyahogaReport.pdf

 

Publications

Morris, Traci, Karen Mossberger and Nicholet Deschine Parkhurst (2021) “Digital Governance in Indian Country” in Research Handbook on E-Government, Eric Welch, ed.. Edward Elgar, 114-128.

Cho, S., Mossberger, K., Swindell, D., & Selby, J. D. (2020). Experimenting with Public Engagement Platforms in Local Government. Urban Affairs Review, https://doi.org/10.1177/1078087419897821

Brown, A, Mossberger, K. and Cho, S. (Spring 2020) “Race, Place and Digital Governance,” in Race and Public Administration, Ken Meier and Amanda Rutherford, eds., Routledge.

Styrin, Evgeny, Karen Mossberger and Andrey Zhulin (2021) “Government as a Platform:  Intergovernmental Participation for Public Services in the Russian Federation,” Government Information Quarterlyhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2021.101627  Online First September 2021.

LaCombe, Scott, Caroline J. Tolbert and Karen Mossberger  (2021) “Information and Policy Innovation in U.S. States,” Political Research Quarterlyhttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/10659129211006783  Online First April 2021.

Cho, Seong K., Karen Mossberger, David Swindell and David Selby (2020) “Experimenting with Public Engagement Platforms in Local Government.” Urban Affairs Review 57 (3):  764-793. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1078087419897821  Online First December 2019.

 

Awards 

Karen Mossberger.  Named one of World’s 100 Most Influential People in Digital Government 2019.  International list of practitioners and academics, Apolitical Group Limited, UK. https://apolitical.co/lists/digital-government-world100/

 

Visiting Fellows  

Norbert Kersting, University of Muenster, December 2019

Marianne Kneuer, University of Hildesheim, February-March 2020