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E-Government

eGovernment enables public organizations to grant citizens easier and faster access to their services through innovative information and communication technology. While governments across the world have made tremendous progress, the public sector still lacks behind in terms of digitization compared to the private sector. Besides having to deal with legacy systems, eGovernment is also hindered by tight budgets and privacy restrictions. Moreover, as digital and smart services require new skills and capabilities, public actors also need to develop their staff and transform their organizational culture. Thus, our research focuses on innovations for public services, such as eParticipation and participatory budgeting as well as on organizational transformation. Moreover, we design and evaluate new tools to advance administrative services in order to explore the potential of cutting-edge eGovernment information systems.

Contact

Dr. Simon Kloker
+49 (721) 608-48383simon.kloker∂kit.edu
 

Publications


2019
Requirement-driven Taxonomy Development – A Classification of Blockchain Technologies for Securities Post-Trading.
Notheisen, B.; Willrich, S.; Diez, M.; Weinhardt, C.
2019. Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences | 2019, 4615–4624
Blockchain as a Platform.
Glaser, F.; Hawlitschek, F.; Notheisen, B.
2019. Business Transformation through Blockchain. Vol. 1. Ed.: H. Treiblmaier, 121–143, Springer International Publishing, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-98911-2_4
2018
The Impact of Dynamic Feedback and Personal Budgets on Arousal and Funding Behaviour in Participatory Budgeting.
Niemeyer, C.; Teubner, T.; Hall, M.; Weinhardt, C.
2018. Group decision and negotiation, 27 (4), 611–636. doi:10.1007/s10726-018-9578-6
Fraud and Manipulation Prevention in Prediction Markets.
Kloker, S.; Straub, T.; Morana, S.; Weinhardt, C.
2018. Designing for a digital and globalized world. 13th International Conference, DESRIST 2018, Chennai, IND, June 3-6, 2018. Ed.: S. Chatterjee, Springer, Cham
A Janus-faced matter—The role of user anonymity for communication persuasiveness in online discussions.
Wagenknecht, T.; Teubner, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2018. Information & management, 55 (8), 1024–1037. doi:10.1016/j.im.2018.05.007
The limits of trust-free systems : A literature review on blockchain technology and trust in the sharing economy.
Hawlitschek, F.; Notheisen, B.; Teubner, T.
2018. Electronic commerce research and applications, 29, 50–63. doi:10.1016/j.elerap.2018.03.005
2017
Towards a Requirement Framework for Online Participation Platforms.
Hellmanns, A.; Niemeyer, C.; Hall, M.; Zentek, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2017. Proceedings of the Second KSS Research Workshop : Karlsruhe, Germany, February 2016. Ed.: P. Hottum, 167–174, KIT, Karlsruhe
Emotional Arousal Effects in Participatory Budgeting Decisions.
Niemeyer, C.; Wagenknecht, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2017. Proceedings of the Second KSS Research Workshop : Karlsruhe, Germany, February 2016. Ed.: P. Hottum, 150–157, KIT, Karlsruhe
Manipulation in prediction markets - Chasing the Fraudsters.
Kloker, S.; Kranz, T. T.
2017. 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2017), Guimarães, P., June 5-10, 2017, 2980–2990, Association for Information Systems, Atlanta, GA
Assistive Spatial Civic Participation – “Take Part”.
Hoffmann, G.; Straub, T.; Wagenknecht, T.; Niemeyer, C.; Lisson, C.; Kloker, S.; Zentek, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2017. Designing Human-Computer Assistance Systems, Workshop at the International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik - Leadership in Digital Transformation - St. Gallen, Switzerland, 12.02.2017
Towards a design theory of computer-supported organizational participation.
Wagenknecht, T.; Filpe, R.; Weinhardt, C.
2017. Journal of enterprise information management, 30 (1), 188–202. doi:10.1108/JEIM-01-2016-0007
2016
Towards Digitally Native Online Participation Platforms.
Niemeyer, C.; Hall, M.; Weinhardt, C.
2016. Following User Pathways : Using Cross Platform and Mixed Methods Analysis in Social Media Studies, A One-Day Workshop Co-Located with CHI’16, San Jose, California, USA, 7th May 2016
Ergebnisse und Implikationen aus dem Modellversuch zum Handel mit Flächenzertifikaten.
Henger, R.; Bizer, K.; Blecken, L.; Fahrenkrug, K.; Ferber, U.; Gutsche, J.-M.; Kranz, T.; Melzer, M.; Meub, L.; Proeger, T.; Siedentop, S.; Schmidt, T.; Straub, T.; Tack, A.; Weinhardt, C.
2016. Flächennutzungsmonitoring. Bd.: 8: Flächensparen - Ökosystemleistungen - Handlungsstrategien. Hrsg. G. Meinel, 11–22, Rhombos-Verlag, Berlin
The Impact of Anonymity on Communication Persuasiveness in Online Participation.
Wagenknecht, T.; Teubner, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2016. Human Behavior in IS. 37. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Dublin, Ireland, December, 11-14, 2016, 1–11, AIS, Electronic Library
Participatory Crowdfunding: An approach towards engaging employees and citizens in institutional budgeting decisions.
Niemeyer, C.; Wagenknecht, T.; Teubner, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2016. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-49), Kauai, Hawaii, January 5-8, 2016. Ed.: T.X. Bui, 2800–2808, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos (CA). doi:10.1109/HICSS.2016.351
2015
BeWell: A Sentiment Aggregator for Proactive Community Management.
Lindner, A.; Hall, M.; Niemeyer, C.; Caton, S.
2015. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seoul, Republic of Korea. April 18 - 23.2015. Ed.: B. Begole, 1055–1060, ACM, New York (NY). doi:10.1145/2702613.2732787
Combining Crowdfunding and Budget Allocation on Participation Platforms.
Niemeyer, C.; Hellmanns, A.; Teubner, T.; Weinhardt, C.
2015. Proceedings of the First Karlsruhe Service Summit Workshop - Advances in Service Research, Karlsruhe, Germany, February 2015. Ed.: R. Görlitz, 105–112, KIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe