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Research Papers, and Management, Case Study & Policy papers

June 8 (Wed):

Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Plenary Key Note from Central Gov't Official

 

Time: 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Tutorials and Workshops 1: Emergency Management and Smart Safety Workshop (EM-SS 2016)

Chair: Dolores Edwiges Luna Reyes

Hui Zhang: Tsinghua University; Yi Liu: Tsinghua University; Nabil R. Adam: Rutgers University

 

Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Tutorials and Workshops 2: The Smart Cities and Smart Government Research-Practice (SCSGRP) Consortium

Chair: Dolores Edwiges Luna Reyes

Meghan Cook: Center for Technology in Government; J. Ramon Gil-Garcia: Center for Technology in Government; Lei Zheng: Fudan University

 

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Session 1: Internet Plus Government

Chairs: Nan Zhang and Atreyi Kankanhalli

Improving Security Awareness in The Government Sector

Hafiz Abdur Rehman Amjad: Lahore University of Management Sciences; Umer Naeem: Lahore University of Management Sciences; Muhammad Adeel Zaffar:  Lahore University of Management Sciences; Muhammad Fareed Zaffar: Lahore University of Management Sciences; Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo: University of South Australia

Use of Social Media and Blogs by Federal Authorities in Russia. Regulation and Policy

Bundin Mikhail: Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod; Martynov Aleksei: Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod

Technology Symbolization: Exploring the Political Mechanism of IT Implementation in Local e-Government Projects

Haibo Tan: Tsinghua University; Xuejiao Zhao: Tsinghua University; Nan Zhang: Tsinghua University

 

Time: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Tutorials and Workshops 3: Cyber Security in Governments around the World: Initiatives and Challenges

Chair: Dolores Edwiges Luna Reyes

Loni Hagen: State University of New York; Wookjoon Sung: Seoul National University of Science & Technology; Soon Ae Chun: CUNY College of Staten Island

 

Tutorials and Workshops 4: Beyond Bureaucracy VS Smart Government (BBSG 2016): Towards the Ecosystem

Chair: Dolores Edwiges Luna Reyes

Alois Paulin: Vienna University of Technology; Leonidas Anthopoulos: TEI Thessaly; Adyinka Adewale: University of Reading

 

Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Panel 1: Open Government Data in China: Lesson Learnt and New Approaches

Chairs: Teresa Harrison and Feng Gao

Feng Gao: Open Data China; Xiao Zhang: Cyberspace Administration of China; Yong Mu: Beijing Information Center; Wei Qiu:  Shanghai Commission of Economy and Informatization; Li Lin: Data Coordination Bureau; Lei Zheng:  Digital and Mobile Governance Lab, Fudan University

 

June 9 (Thu):

Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Plenary Key Note from Shanghai Gov't Officials

 

Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Session 2: Social Media and Government (I)

Chairs: Andrea Kavanaugh, Rodrigo Sandoval and Marie Anne Macadar Moron

The Use and Impact of Social Media during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution

Andrea Kavanaugh: Virginia Tech; Steven D. Sheetz: Virginia Tech; Hamida Skandrani: University of Manouba; John C. Tedesco: Virginia Tech; Yue Sun: Virginia Tech; Edward A. Fox: Virginia Tech

An Analysis of Data Spillage in Korea: Focus on Framework Transition, 1984–2014

Eunmi Lee: Seoul National University of Science & Technology; Hyun Suk Cho: Seoul National University of Science & Technology; Seo Hwa Jeong: Seoul National University of Science & Technology

Social Media User Behavior Analysis in E-Government Context

Daphna Shwartz-Asher: Rutgers University; Soon Ae Chun: City University of New York; Nabil R. Adam: Rutgers University

 

Session 3: Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government (I)

Chairs:  Soon Ae Chun, Sehl Mellouli and Yigal Arens

A Multidimensional Analysis Approach for Electronic Citizens Participation

Abdelhamid Boudjelida: Laval University; Sehl Mellouli: Laval University

Big Data-based Smart City Platform: Real-Time Crime Analysis

Debopriya Ghosh: Rutgers University; Soon Ae Chun: CUNY; Basit Shafiq: Lahore University of Management Sciences; Nabil R. Adam: Rutgers University CIMIC

Examining Ideation Processes in Online Invited Spaces

Won No: Arizona State University; Laurie Mook: Arizona State University; Daniel Schugurensky: Arizona State University

 

Session 4: Open Government, Open Data and Collaboration (I)

Chairs:  Marijn Janssen, Rui Lourenço and Vishanth Weerakkody

Open Data and Open Government: From Abstract Principles to Institutionalized Practices

Evgeny Styrin: National Research University Higher School of Economics; Luis F. Luna-Reyes: University at Albany, SUNY; Teresa M. Harrison: University at Albany, SUNY

Critical Factors for Dynamic Capabilities in Open Government Data Enabled Organizations

Fatemeh Ahmadi Zeleti: Insight Centre for Data Analytics; Adegboyega Ojo: Insight Centre for Data Analytics

Readiness Assessment of Open Government Data Programs: A Case of Shenzhen

Yanhua Hu: Renmin University of China; Xianyang Bai: Hebei University; Shuyang Sun: Renmin University of China

Panel 2: Building Smarter Cities: Global Lessons from Research and Practice

Chairs: Teresa Harrison and Feng Gao

Meghan E. Cook: Center for Technology in Government, SUNY Albany; Teresa M. Harrison: University at Albany, SUNY; Qiu Wei, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization; Alfred Ho, University of Kansas

 

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Session 5: Social Media and Government (II)

Chairs:  Andrea Kavanaugh, Rodrigo Sandoval and Marie Anne Macadar Moron

How Do Social Media Make Government More Responsive? Evidence from Network Analysis of Twitter Use in Seoul Metropolitan City in Korea

Seok-Jin Eom: Seoul National University; Hanchan Hwang: Seoul National University; Jun Houng Kim: Seoul National University 

One-Sided Conversations: The 2012 Presidential Election on Twitter

Christopher Mascaro: Drexel University; Denise Agosto: Drexel University; Sean P. Goggins: The University of Missouri

Understanding Network links in Twitter: A Mexican Case Study

Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Mexico; David Valle-Cruz: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

 

Session 6: Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts (I)

Chairs:  Chris Hinnant, Jing Zhang and Yu-Che Chen

Situating Cyberinfrastructure in the Public Realm: The TeraGrid and XSEDE Projects

Richard Knepper: Indiana University; Yu-Che Chen: University of Nebraska Omaha

Theoretical Foundations to Information Technology Outsourcing Research in the Public Sector

Lili Fan: Chang’an Univerisity; Luis F. Luna-Reyes: University at Albany, SUNY

Modeling the Roles of Leadership for Inter-organizational Information Sharing and Integration Success

Djoko Sigit Sayogo: University of Muhammadiyah Malang; J. Ramon Gil-Garcia: University at Albany, SUNY; Theresa A. Pardo: University at Albany - SUNY (CTG)

 

Session 7: Open Government, Open Data and Collaboration (II)

Chairs:  Marijn Janssen, Rui Lourenço and Vishanth Weerakkody

Open Data Policy Innovation Diffusion: An Analysis of Australian Federal and State Governments

Akemi Chatfield: University of Wollongong; Christopher Reddick: The University of Texas at San Antonio

The Internet and Autocracy: Unpacking the Effects of Internet Freedom

Jonathan Cham: Claremont Graduate University

Collective Opinion Formation for Public Decision Making in Local Governments

Ye Tian: Pennsylvania State University; Guoray Cai: Pennsylvania State University

Panel 3: Emerging Scholars of E-Government in China: Four Research Studies

Chairs: Teresa Harrsion and Feng Gao

Teresa Harrison: University at Albany; Yumeng Luo: University at Albany; Shirley Jin: University at Albany; Hyerim Jo: University at Albany; Xin Zhou: University at Albany; Xiaoyi Zhao: University at Albany

 

Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Session 8: Reflections on Digital Government Research and Practice

Chairs:  Theresa Pardo and Soon Ae Chun

 “Good Wine Needs Bush”: A Multilevel Analysis of National E-Government Performance and Citizen Use across European Countries

Liang Ma: Renmin University of China; Yueping Zheng: Sun Yat-sen University

Science Mapping Tools: Their Application to e-Government Field

Laura Alcaide Muñoz: University of Granada; Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar: University of Granada; Manuel Jesús Cobo: University of Cadiz; Enrique Herrera-Viedma: University of Granada

Technologies for Popular Participation: A Research Agenda

Cristiano Maciel: Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso; Claudia Cappelli: UNIRIO; Cleyton Slaviero: PUC-Rio; Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia: UFF

 

Session 9: Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts (II)

Chairs:  Chris Hinnant, Jing Zhang and Yu-Che Chen

Who to Train for e-Government?

Syamimi Mohd Ariff Lim: Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Annie Dayani Ahad Abdullah: Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Calvin M.L. Chan: SIM University

Institutional Dilemmas and the Development of Chief Information Officer System: A Case from Shanghai

Xinping Liu: University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Political Context and the Adoption of ICT: Measuring (the Absence of) E-Governance in Hong Kong

Wilson Wong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Session 10: Mixed Topics: Emerging Topics + Internet Plus Government + Organizational Factor

Chair: Karen Mossberger

Assessing Information Technology Systems in the Environmental Arena of China: A Validation of the Delone and Mclean Information Systems Success Model

Xinli Hu: South-central University for Nationalities; Kaisong Wu: South-central University for Nationalities

Data Backup Dilemma: Case Studies from the Great East Japan Earthquake

       Mihoko Sakurai: University of Agder; Jiro Kokuryo: Keio University

The Model of Accessibility to Electronic Government: Applicability in DATAPREV

Isabel Maria de Souza: DATAPREV; Cristiano Maciel: Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso; Claudia Cappelli: UNIRIO

 

Time: 6:00 pm –

Posters and System Demonstrations 1: Exploring the Information Behaviors of Government Officials in Open Data Initiatives

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Tung-Mou Yang: National Taiwan University; Yi-Jung Wu: Shih Hsin University

 

Posters and System Demonstrations 2: Citizens’ Perception in Developing Local E-Governments: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

David Valle-Cruz: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México; Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

 

Posters and System Demonstrations 3: E-petition Information Diffusion in Online Social Networks

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Catherine Dumas: University at Albany - SUNY; Akanksha Atrey: University at Albany - SUNY; Jooyeon Lee: University at Albany - SUNY; Teresa M. Harrison: University at Albany - SUNY; Tim Fake: University at Albany - SUNY; Xiaoyi Zhao: University at Albany - SUNY; S.S. Ravi: University at Albany – SUNY

 

Posters and System Demonstrations 4: Smart Cities and City Resilience: Building Capabilities for Emergency Management

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Xiaoyi Zhao: University at Albany; Yumei Chen: Jinan University; Luis Luna-Reyes: University at Albany

 

Posters and System Demonstrations 5: Construction and Application of Maritime Linked Open Data in China

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Yiduo Liang: Dalian Maritime University; Jun Zhai: Dalian Maritime University

 

Posters and System Demonstrations 6: Linkage Discovery of Linked Data Based on Ontology Reasoning

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Jun Zhai: Dalian Maritime University; Yiduo Liang: Dalian Maritime University; Lufei Huang: Dalian Maritime University

 

Posters and Demonstrations 7: Public Works and Infrastructure: Improvement Initiative for Federal Government in Mexico

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

David Valle-Cruz: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México; Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México; Carlos A Patiño-C: Centro de Estudios de Internet y Sociedad

 

Posters and Demonstrations 8: Exploring the Effect of Perceived Distance on Sharing of Crisis Information in Social Media

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Rongjuan Chen: Wenzhou-Kean University 

 

Posters and Demonstrations 9: Why Digital Government Not e-Government? The Paradigm Shift of D.gov in Korea

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

B. Joon Kim: Kookmin University; Kang-Tak Oh: National Information Society Agency; Byoung-Ho Han: National Information Society Agency; Seon-Ju Park: National Information Society Agency; Hyeon-Suk Lyu: Korea Institute of Public Administration

 

Posters and Demonstrations 10: Building Smart Governments or Developing Industry? Study on the Designs of Local Smart City Pilot Projects in China

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Yefei Hu: Tsinghua University.; Jie Wang: Tsinghua University

 

Posters and Demonstrations 11: Enabling New Public Service Paradigms on Social Media Platforms: A “Social AHP” Model for Citizen-to-Citizen Services

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Arbi Chouikh: Higher Business School of Manouba; Adegboyega Ojo: Insight Centre for Data Analytics

 

Posters and Demonstrations 12: Transforming A City Initiative into A Smart City Initiative: The Case of “Winter Maintenance Operations”

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Amal Marzouki: Université Laval; Meriam Nefzi: Université Laval; Sehl Mellouli: Université Laval; Adnène Hajji: Université Laval; Monia Rekik: Université Laval

 

Posters and Demonstrations 13: Pathologies of Open Data Platforms and Desired Transparency-Related Affordances for Future Platforms

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Adegboyega Ojo: National University of Ireland, Galway; Lukasz Porwol: National University of Ireland, Galway; Mohammad Waqar: National University of Ireland, Galway; Edobor Osagie: National University of Ireland, Galway; Arkadiusz Stasiewicz: National University of Ireland, Galway; Fatemeh Ahmadi Zeleti: National University of Ireland, Galway; Michael Hogan: National University of Ireland, Galway; Owen Harney: National University of Ireland, Galway; Pauline Riordan: Dublin City Council

 

Posters and Demosntrations 14: User Acceptance of Open Data Portals in Korea: The Role of Policy Tools

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Heyseoung Jo: University at Albany; J. Ramon Gil-Garcia: University at Albany

 

Posters and Demonstrations 15: Modeling the Influence of Government Microblogs and Analyzing its Factors

Chair: Kellyton dos Santos Brito

Zhang Ling: Beijing Administrative College

 

 

June 10 (Fri):

Time: 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Plenary Key Note

 

Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Session 11: Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government (II)

Chairs:  Soon Ae Chun, Sehl Mellouli and Yigal Arens

On Enabling Smart Government: A Legal Logistics Framework for Future Criminal Justice Systems

Niels Netten: Research and Documentation Centre; Mortaza S. Bargh: Research and Documentation Centre; Susan van den Braak: Research and Documentation Centre; Sunil Choenni: Research and Documentation Centre; Frans Leeuw: Research and Documentation Centre

Tax Knowledge Adventure: Ontologies that Analyze Corporate Tax Transactions

Yoo Jung An: Essex County College; Ned Wilson: Essex County College

Mapping Dimensions of Governance in Smart Cities. Practitioners versus Prior Research

Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar: University of Granada

 

Session 12: Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts (III)

Chairs:  Chris Hinnant, Jing Zhang and Yu-Che Chen

Financing Digital Government in Municipalities: An Economic Perspective

Gabriel Puron-Cid: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas

Towards Ambidextrous Government: Strategies for Balancing Exploration and Exploitation in Open Government

Ricardo Matheus: Delft University of Technology; Marijn Janssen: Delft University of Technology

Challenges and Recommendations in Leveraging Property and Property Owner Data to Inform Government Programs

Meghan E. Cook: SUNY Albany - Center for Technology in Government; Megan K. Sutherland: SUNY Albany - Center for Technology in Government

 

Panel 4: Petitioning East and West: Historical Forms of Participation with Contemporary Application to Digital Government

Chairs: Teresa Harrison and Feng Gao

Teresa M. Harrison: University at Albany; Catherine Dumas: State University of New York at Albany; Shanruo Ning Zhang: California Polytechnic State University at San Louis Obispo; Loni Hagen: University at Albany; Scott Wright:  University of Melbourne 

 

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Session 13: Social Media and Government (III)

Chairs:  Andrea Kavanaugh, Rodrigo Sandoval and Marie Anne Macadar Moron

An Empirical Analysis of Local Government Social Media Communication: Models of E-Government Interactivity and Public Relations

Nic Depaula: University at Albany; Ersin Dincelli: University at Albany

Mobilizing Government: Inter-Organizational Collaboration Using Open Social Media Platforms

Cancan Wang: Copenhagen Business School; Rony Medaglia: Copenhagen Business School; Tina Blegind Jensen: Copenhagen Business School

Municipal Police Departments on Facebook: What Are They Posting and Are People Engaging

Yun Huang: Syracuse University; Sen Huo: Syracuse University; Yaxing Yao: Syracuse University; Niu Chao: Syracuse University; Yang Wang: Syracuse University; Jennifer Grygiel: Syracuse University; Steven Sawyer: Syracuse University

 

Session 14: Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts (IV)

Chairs:  Chris Hinnant, Jing Zhang and Yu-Che Chen

Texting While Driving among Teens: Exploring User Perceptions to Identify Policy Recommendations

Lemuria Carter: Virginia Commonwealth University; Maranda McBride: North Carolina A&T State University

An Analysis of the Social Process in Ideas Generation for Public Policies

Helen K. Liu: The University of Hong Kong

Storytelling on the Implementation of a Decentralized Model for Software Development in a Brazilian Government Body

Alexandre F. de Araújo: Tribunal de Contas da União; Rejane Maria Da Costa Figueiredo: Universidade de Brasilia; Elaine Venson: Universidade de Brasilia; Wander P. Da Silva: Universidade de Brasilia

 

Session 15: Open Government, Open Data and Collaboration (III)

Chairs:  Marijn Janssen, Rui Lourenço and Vishanth Weerakkody

Open Data Portal Quality Comparison using AHP

Sylvain Kubler: University of Luxembourg; Jérémy Robert: University of Luxembourg; Yves Le Traon: University of Luxembourg; Jüergen Umbrich: Vienna University of Economics and Business; Sebastian Neumaier: Vienna University of Economics and Business

Assessment on China's Open Government Data Platforms: Framework, Status and Problems

Lei Zheng: Fudan University, China; Feng Gao: Open Data China

Open Government Data Portals Analysis: The Brazilian Case

Marcelo Iury S.Oliveira: Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco; Hélio Rodrigues de Oliveira: Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; Lairson Alencar Oliveira: Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; Bernadette Farias Lóscio: Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

 

Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Session 16: Social Media and Government (IV)

Chairs:  Andrea Kavanaugh, Rodrigo Sandoval and Marie Anne Macadar Moron

Chinese Netizens' Collective Deliberation on Bystander Controversies and the Role of Microblogging

Shuhua Monica Liu: Fudan University

Paradoxes of Deliberative Interactions on Government-Managed Social Media: Evidence from China

Rony Medaglia: Copenhagen Business School; Demi Zhu: Tongji University

Social Media and Urban Resilience: A Case Study of the 2016 Jakarta Terror Attack

Uuf Brajawidagda: University of Wollongong; Christopher Reddick: The University of Texas at San Antonio; Akemi Takeoka Chatfield: University of Wollongong

 

Session 17: Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government (III)

Chairs:  Soon Ae Chun, Sehl Mellouli and Yigal Arens

An Economic Alternative to Improve Cybersecurity of E-government and Smart Cities

Zhen Li: Albion College; Qi Liao: Central Michigan University

A Model for the Smart Development of Island Territories

Felix Herrera Priano: University of La Laguna; Rafael López Armas: Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de Canarias; Cristina Fajardo Guerra: Universidad Europea de Canarias

 

Session 18: Open Government, Open Data and Collaboration (IV)

Chairs:  Marijn Janssen, Rui Lourenço and Vishanth Weerakkody

Constructing Investment Open Data of Chinese Listed Companies Based on Linked Data

Hongqin Li: Dalian Maritime University; Jun Zhai: Dalian Maritime University

The Values of Public Library in Promoting an Open Government Environment

Djoko Sigit Sayogo: University of Muhammadiyah at Malang; Shaohui Wang: Wuhan University; Sri Budi Cantika Yuli: University of Muhammadiyah at Malang

Financial Transparency in Mexican Municipalities.  An Empirical Research

Gabriel Puron-Cid: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Econó; Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolivar: University of Granada

 

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