Methodical Snark critical reflections on how we measure and assess civic tech

Structure of the dissertation

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4 peer reviewed journal articles Method Research Focus
Multi-stakeholder policy learning and institutionalization: the surprising failure of open government in Norway
Policy Studies, DOI:10.1080/01442872.2019.1618808  (link)
QUAL:

Single case analysis, process tracing

Does OGP influence policy, if so, how?
(Norwegian case)
Open Government and E-Participation: assessing the effect of the Open Government Partnership and national political factors
Government Information QuarterlyUnder review (pre-print)
QUANT:
Comparative causal analysis (n=194)
Does OGP membership have a causal effect on countries’ e-participation?
Digital Civic Interaction: Identifying, conceptualizing and comparing interactions between governments and publics Conceptual /
theoretical
Metrics for assessing the quality of civic participation norms in an accountability context.
Look Who’s Talking: Assessing Civic Voice and Interaction in OGP Commitment

Journal of E-Democracy and Open Government, 9(2), 4–30. (link)

Content analysis of 61 countries’ OGP commitments (n=494) Do countries make meaningful commitments to civic participation in OGP action plans?
Cover chapter (139 pp) (link)
Holistic summary, presentation and analysis 
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