Literatur


On Participatory Governance


Anderson, J. Q., & Rainie, L. (2010). The future of the internet. Washington, D.C.: Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.

Barney, D. D. (2000). Prometheus Wired: The Hope for Democracy in the Age of Network Technology. Great Britain: UBC Press.

Belefski, M. (2006). Collaboration at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: An Interview with Two Senior Managers. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 143-144.

Boedeltje, M., & Cornips, J. (2004). Input and output legitimacy in interactive governance. Presented at the International Conference on Democratic Network Governance, October 21-22, 2004. Retrieved from http://www.ruc.dk/demnetgov_en/conference/int_conf/papers/MijkeBoedeltje_and_JuulCornips_paper/

Bohman, J. (1998). Survey Article: The Coming of Age of Deliberative Democracy. Journal of Political Philosophy, 6(4), 400-425.

BRADBURN, N. M. (1992). PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: A RESPONSE TO THE NONRESPONSE PROBLEM. Public Opin Q, 56(3), 391-397.

Bryson, J. M., Crosby, B. C., & Stone, M. M. (2006). The Design and Implementation of Cross-Sector Collaborations: Propositions from the Literature. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 44-55.

Burgess, J., & Chilvers, J. (2006). Upping the ante: a conceptual framework for designing and evaluating participatory technology assessments. Science and Public Policy, 33, 713-728. doi:doi:10.3152/147154306781778551

Coleman, S., & Norris, D. F. (2005). A New Agenda for E-Democracy. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT RESEARCH, 1(3), 69.

Cooper, T. L., Bryer, T. A., & Meek, J. W. (2006). Citizen-Centered Collaborative Public Management. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 76-88.

Delli Carpini, M., Cook, F., & Jacobs, L. (2004). Public Deliberation, Discursive Participation, and Citizen Engagement: A Review of the Empirical Literature. Annual Review of Political Science, 7(1), 315-344.

Fishkin, J. (2005). Realizing deliberative democracy: Virtual and face to face possibilities. Electronic Working Papers Series. Vancouver: W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics, University of British Columbia.

Fritsch, O., & Newig, J. (2007). Under Which Conditions Does Public Participation Really Advance Sustainability Goals? Findings of a Meta-Analysis of Stakeholder Involvement in Environmental Decision-making. Amsterdam Conference on Earth system governance: Theories and strategies for sustainability, Amsterdam (pp. 24–26). Amsterdam.

Fung, A. (2006). Varieties of Participation in Complex Governance. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 66-75.

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Heinelt, H. (2002). Achieving sustainable and innovative policies through participatory governance in a multi-level context. Participatory Governance in Multi-Level Context. Concepts and Experience, Opladen: Leske & Budrich, 17–32.

Heinelt, H. (2007). Participatory Governance and European Democracy. In B. Rittberger & B. Kohler-Koch (Eds.), Debating the Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union (pp. 217-232). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.

Hendriks, C. M. (2008). Public deliberation and interest organisations: A study of responses to lay citizen engagement in public policy.

HENDRIKS, C. M. (2009). The Democratic Soup: Mixed Meanings of Political Representation in Governance Networks. Governance, 22(4), 689-715.

Interests, A. (2005). Democracy Squared. Designing On-Line Political Communities to Accommodate Conflicting Interests. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 17(2), 133-168.

Islam, M. S., & Business, S. (n.d.). Towards a sustainable e-Participation implementation model.

Jensen, J. (2003). Virtual democratic dialogue? Bringing together citizens and politicians. Information Polity, 8(1), 29-47.

Kettl, D. F. (2006). Managing Boundaries in American Administration: The Collaboration Imperative. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 10-19.

Koontz, T. M., & Thomas, C. W. (2006). What Do We Know and Need to Know about the Environmental Outcomes of Collaborative Management? Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 111-121.

Leach, W. D. (2006). Collaborative Public Management and Democracy: Evidence from Western Watershed Partnerships. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 100-110.

Lipset, S. (1984). Social Conflict, Legitimacy, and Democracy. In W. Conolly (Ed.), Legitimacy and the State (pp. 88-103). Oxford: Blackwell.

Macintosh, P. (2006). eParticipation in Policy-making: the Research and the Challenges. In P. Cunningham & M. Cunningham (Eds.), Exploiting the Knowledge Economy: Issues, Applications and Case Studies. Amsterdam: IOS press.

McGuire, M. (2006). Collaborative Public Management: Assessing What We Know and How We Know It. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 33-43.

Newig, Jens, & Fritsch, O. (2009). Environmental governance: participatory, multi-level – and effective? Environmental Policy and Governance, 19(3), 197-214.

Panopoulou, E., Tambouris, E., & Tarabanis, K. (2009). eParticipation initiatives: How is Europe progressing. European Journal of ePractice (7)(March 2009).

Schmitter, P. (2000). “Participatory Governance” in the context of “achieving sustainable and innovative policies in a multi-level context.” Florence: European University Institute.

Tambouris, E., Liotas, N., & Tarabanis, K. (2007). A framework for Assessing eParticipation Projects and Tools. HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES (Vol. 40, p. 1494).

Thomson, A. M., & Perry, J. L. (2006). Collaboration Processes: Inside the Black Box. Public Administration Review, 66(s1), 20-32.


Weiterführende Links & Informationen


DFG-Projekt “Politische Online-Kommunikation 2002 – 2009″ – Darstellung der Forschungsergebnisse der DFG-Langzeitstudie.

Co:llaboratory Discussion Paper Series No.1 – “#2 Internet Policy Making” (.pdf) – Eine Themen- und Textsammlung zu Multistakeholder Governance (Co:llaboratory, September 2011).

“Offene Staatskunst – Bessere Politik durch ‘Open Government’?” (.pdf) – Eine Themen- und Textsammlung zu Open Government (Co:llaboratory, Oktober 2010).

“Open Data Government – Frei verfügbare Daten des öffentlichen Sektors” (.pdf) – Gutachten für die Deutsche Telekom AG zur T-City Friedrichshafen (Prof. Dr. Jörn von Lucke, Christian P. Geiger, Zeppelin Universität Friedrichshafen, Dezember 2010).

“Konzeption und Erprobung einer Liquid Democracy Plattform anhand von Gruppendiskussionen” (.pdf) – Bachelorthesis von Friedrich Lindenberg zu Adhocracy (Mai 2010).