The 12th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2015)
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The 12th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2015) is held at the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark on February 3-4, 2015. The Scandinavian Workshop on E-government is a forum for discussing current e-government research issues. The workshop is dedicated to open and creative discussions about the current status of e-government research and future directions. The focus is thus on informal discussion rather than on formal conference presentations.

2/3/2015 to 2/4/2015
When: 2/3/2015
8:30 AM
Where: Copenhagen Business School
Dalgas Have Building, rooms DSØ071/DSØ074
Copenhagen 2000
Contact: Rony Medaglia

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The 12th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2015)

Copenhagen, Denmark


3-4 February 2015

Copenhagen Business School

Dalgas Have Building, rooms DSØ071/DSØ074





Tuesday, 3 February


8:30-9:00 Workshop registration


9:00-9:15 Welcome and introduction, Rony Medaglia


9:15-10:30 Panel “Scandinavian Perspectives on E-Government”


10:30-11:00 Coffee break


11:00-12:00 Session 1 – Governance and infrastructure


-       Inter-organisational e-government: From four levels of interoperability to seven dimensions of co-governance, Göran Goldkuhl and Annie Röstlinger

-       Innovation in Norwegian eGovernment Information Infrastructure, Arild Jansen


12:00-13:00 Lunch


13:00-14.30 Session 2 – E-government public service evolution


-       How are citizens’ public service choices supported in quasi-markets?, Agneta Ranerup and Lars Norén

-       Stakeholder analysis in public e-service development: exploring a possible research-practice gap, Ida Lindgren and Marie-Therese Christiansson

-       How to migrate citizens online and reduce traffic to traditional channels. A case study of a successful multichannel management project, Christian Østergaard Madsen and Pernille Kræmmergaard


14:30-14:45 Coffee break


14:45-16:15 Session 3 – Critical perspectives on e-government


-       E-government harm? Never heard of it!, Jesper B. Berger

-       "Welfare Technology is not about Technology but rather about People" – Reality or a Foucaultian "Regime of Truth"?, Hilde G. Corneliussen and Kari Dyb

-       Desired effects of open public sector information– an unguided topic, Josefin Lassinantti


16:15-16:30 Coffee break


16:30-18:00 Session 4 – E-government design and management


-       Public procurement of IS – What should be the procedure?, Carl Erik Moe

-       Identity management in e-Government, Nadia Jemil Abdu and Ulrike Lechner

-       Stakeholder Participation in Open Data Contests: Insights from Apps4Finland, Titiana-Petra Ertiö


19:00-21:30 Social dinner at Ofelia Restaurant, Royal Danish Theatre



Wednesday, 4 February


8:30-10:00 Session 5 – Open Government and Open Innovation


-       Open Innovation in E-governance?, Diana Chronéer and Mari Runardotter

-       Clash! An Open Data Policy meets a Public Authority’s Organizational Culture, Mari Runardotter and Anna Ståhlbröst

-       Open innovation competitions for improving healthcare – An explorative study focusing on challenges, Siri Wassrin, Ida Lindgren and Ulf Melin


10:00-10:15 Coffee break


10:15-11:45 Session 6 – Smart Cities and local e-government


-       Smart Cities: A Fata Morgana?, Peter André Busch and Helle Zinner Henriksen

-       Local e-government and social media practice – A research in progress paper, Livia Norström

-       Smart Cities and their Business Models: a comparison, Leonidas G. Anthopoulos, Panos Fitsilis, and George Kakarontzas



11:45-12:15 Wrap-up and future plans


12:15 Lunch


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