Best paper nominees and winners IFIP EGOV2023

Full List of Nominations

Category 1

The case for a broader approach to e-participation research: Hybridity, isolation and system orientation – Martin Karlsson and Magnus Adenskog

How Search Engines See European Women -Kristian Dokic, Barbara Pisker and Gordan Paun

A Systematic Literature Review on the Adoption of Edge Computing for Sustainable Development – May Myat Thwe and Kyung Ryul Pa

Barriers to the Introduction of Artificial Intelligence to Support Communication Experts in Media and the Public Sector to Combat Fake News and Misinformation – Walter Seböck, Bettina Biron and Thomas J. Lampoltshammer

Robot colleagues in Swedish municipalities: How RPA affects the work situation of employees – Daniel Toll, Maria Booth and Ida Lindgren  (WINNER)

Design Principles for developing Open Source Urbanism  – Sergei Zhilin and Marijn Janssen

The self-serving citizen as a co-producer in the digital public service delivery – Hanne Höglund Rydén, Sara Hofmann and Guri Verne

Drivers of Dissatisfaction with an Open Government Data Portal: A Critical Incident Technique Approach – Alizée Francey

Dynamic Capabilities and Digital Transformation in Public Sector: Evidence from Brazilian case study – Larissa Galdino de Magalhães Santos

Category 2

The Human Likeness of Government Chatbots – an Empirical Study from Norwegian Municipalities – Asbjørn Følstad, Anna Grøndahl Larsen and Nina Bjerkreim-Hanssen  (WINNER)

The Evolution of Government Strategies from IT to Digitalization: A Comparative Study of Two Time Periods in Swedish local governments – Aya Rizk, Daniel Toll, Leif Sundberg and Marcus Heidlund

Category 3

The Maturity of Knowledge-based Management in Finnish Central-Government Organizations: The Need for Managing the Knowledge-based Management  -Emma Partanen, Pasi Raatikainen, Pasi Hellsten and Jussi Myllärniemi (WINNER)


Best paper nominees and winners IFIP EGOV2022
This issue 15(1) of JeDEM comprises the keynote papers and a selection of papers nominated for the Best Paper Award at the IFIP EGOV-CeDEM-ePart conference 2019, as well as ongoing submissions:
Category 1 – most innovative research contribution         
Coping with Opportunities and Challenges of Smart Policing: A Research Mode  
Muhammad Afzal and Panos Panagiotopoulos
Dismantling digital cages: Examining design process practices for public algorithmic system design            
Sem Nouws, Marijn Janssen and Roel Dobbe (WINNER)
Data-driven Applications for Policy Making: a Case Study on the Energy Transition in Four Dutch Municipalities    
Devin Diran, Marissa Hoekstra and Anne Fleur van Veenstra
Category 2 – most practical concept
Assessing the Quality of Covid-19 Open Data Portals        
Igor Sampaio, Eduardo Andrade, José Viterbo Filho and Flávia Bernardini
Assessing the Suitability of Social Media Data for Identifying Crisis Events in Smart Cities: An Exploratory Study on Flood Situations
Magaywer Moreira de Paiva, José Viterbo Filho and Flavia Bernardini
A Methodology for Aligning Categories from Open Government Data Portals to a Comprehensive Set of Categories               
Higor Pinto, Raissa Barcellos, Flavia Bernardini and Jose Viterbo (WINNER)
Category 3 – the most compelling critical research reflection
Sharing, Cooperation or Collective Action? A Research Agenda for Online Interaction in Digital Global Governance               
Tove Engvall, Leif Skiftenes Flak and Øystein Sæbø (WINNER)
Interrogating e-Justice: Lessons from Digitalizing Courts in Chile 
Joaquín Santuber, Reem Abou Refaie and Christoph Meinel


Best paper awards winners EGOV2020

  • Leif Skiftenes Flak and Sara Hofmann – The impact of smart city initiatives on human rights
  • Mecati Mariachiara, Flavio Emanuele Cannavò, Antonio Vetrò and Marco Torchiano – Evaluating Risk of Discrimination in Automated Decision Making Systems with Measures of Disproportion
  • Devin Diran and Anne Fleur van Veenstra – Barriers to Data-driven Policy Making for the Municipal Energy Transition in the Netherlands

Best paper nominees EGOV2020

Category 1

·         Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar, Cristina Alcaide Muñoz and Laura Alcaide Muñoz – Identifying Strategic Planning Patterns of Smart Initiatives. An Empirical Research in Spanish Smart Cities

·         Peter Kuhn and Dian Balta – Service Quality through Government Proactivity: The Concept of Non-Interaction

·         Johan Linåker and Per Runeson – Collaboration in Open Government DataEcosystems: Open Cross-sector Sharing and Co-development of Data and Software

Category 2

·         Muhammad Afzal and Panos Panagiotopoulos – Smart Policing: A Critical Review of the Literature

Category 3

·         Willem Pieterson and Cindy Weng – Measure what matters. A dual outcome service quality model for government service delivery

·         Karin Skill and Ahmed Kaharevic –  eHealth in the Hood: Exploring digital participation in a Swedish suburb


This issue 12(1) of JeDEM comprises the keynote papers and a selection of papers nominated for the Best Paper Award at the IFIP EGOV-CeDEM-ePart conference 2019, as well as ongoing submissions.-


This issue 10(2) of JeDEM comprises the keynote papers and a selection of papers nominated for the Best Paper Award at the IFIP EGOV-CeDEM-ePart conference 2019, as well as ongoing submissions.-