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Policy guidance roadmap for the open governance ecosystem, promoting the development of the city through participation and collaboration.


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Summary / Résumé


What actions do you propose? / Quelles actions proposez-vous?


Which types of stakeholders are involved, in which way? / Quels types de parties prenantes sont impliqués, de quelle façon?


How could the actions be scaled up at the neighborhood or city level? / Comment serait-il possible d'augmenter la portée des actions à l'échelle des quartiers ou de la ville?


What impact will these actions have on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change? / Quels impacts auront ces actions sur la réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre et l'adaptation aux changements climatiques?


What are the other environmental, economic or social benefits? / Quels sont les autres bénéfices environnementaux, économiques et sociaux?

 

 


What are the most innovative aspects and main strengths of this approach? / Quels sont les aspects novateurs et les principales forces de cette approche?


What are the proposal’s projected costs? / Quels sont les coûts projetés de la proposition?


What are the potential challenges or obstacles? / Quels sont les défis ou les obstacles potentiels?


About the authors / À propos des auteur(e)s


References / Références

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MEIJER, A.; CURTIN, D. & HILLEBRANDT, M. (2012). Open Government: Connecting Vision and Voice. International Review of Administrative Sciences. 78. 10-29. 10.1177/0020852311429533.

CLARKE, A. & FRANCOLI, M. (2014) What’s in a Name? A Comparison of ‘Open Government’ Definitions across Seven Open Government Partnership Members. eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government 6 (1): 248-266.

 

CHATWIN, M.; GODWIN, A. (2017). Beyond Ambiguity: Conceptualizing Open Government through a Human Systems Framework. JeDEM 9(1): 52-78.

BURNS, R., DALTON, C., M. & THATCHER, J., E. (2017): Critical Data, Critical Technology in Theory and Practice, The Professional Geographer, DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2017.1325749.

HARRISON, T.M., PARDO, T.A., COOK, M. (2012). Creating Open Government Ecosystems: A Research and Development Agenda. Future Internet 4, 4, 900–928.

NAJAFABADI, Mahdi & LUNA-REYES, Luis. (2017). Open Government Data Ecosystems: A Closed-Loop Perspective. 10.24251/HICSS.2017.327.

MAGALHÃES, L. (2017). Towards the open government ecosystem: theoretical-methodological analysis of e-participation in open government for the elaboration of public policies. I Conference the Internet Governance Research Network. Rio de Janeiro.