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Submission fo SWEG 2020 coming up

News: Oct 10, 2019

SWEG 2020 is a forum for discussing current eGovernment research issues. The workshop is dedicated to open and creative discussions about the current status of eGovernment research and future directions.

The 17th Scandinavian Workshop on E-Government (SWEG 2020) will be held 29-30 January 2020 at the University of Gothenburg, Department of Applied Information Technology at Campus Lindholmen.

For SWEG 2020, we have a general theme of eGovernment and eParticipation research, welcoming contributions focusing on a wide area of topics. The focus areas of invited submissions thus include, but are not limited to:

  • Artificial Intelligence and Government
  • Blockchain in the public sector
  • Welfare technologies in the public sector
  • Adaptive governance and ambidexterity
  • Automation of processes in public administration
  • Values; co-creation of value, public values, value hierarchies
  • E-Archives, recordkeeping and archival management
  • eGovernment and privacy issues in relation to GDPR
  • Surveillance
  • Big data in eGovernment
  • Smart cities
  • Social media and eGovernment services
  • Open data and open innovation in eGovernment
  • Open-source and open standards solutions in eGovernment
  • Users and citizens in design, management, and implementation of eGovernment
  • Transparency and openness in eGovernment services
  • Digital transformation vs digitization
  • EGovernment evaluation (risk evaluation, decisions support systems and benefit evaluation)
  • Methodological reflections
  • Theoretical reflections (such as the relationship of eGovernment with the wider IS research area and other reference disciplines such as political science, sociology, and media and communication
     

We welcome contributions from a range of disciplines, such as public administration, political science, information systems, knowledge management, service management, economics, sociology, and law. Research may range from empirical studies to pure conceptual work. Each submission will be anonymously peer-reviewed by two reviewers recruited among the researchers that submit papers to the workshop. By submitting a paper to SWEG, you agree to review up to two papers.

Important dates

Submissions due: November 24th 2019
Notification of acceptance: December 16th 2019
Registration and final submissions due: January 14th 2020
Workshop: January 29-30 2020

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Catharina Jerkbrant, Communications officer

IT Faculty, SE-412 96 Göteborg, SWEDEN

Visiting Address:
Lindholmsplatsen 1

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+46 (0)31 772 4898, +46 (0)766 18 27 48

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