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  • Yannis Charabilidis, Ricardo Gongcalves, +30 authors EPES EXTREMEFACTORIES
  • 2012
The written contributions and comments received in relation to the previous and this version of the Research Roadmap have been summarised. That summary and the specific observations from the editors are provided in the Annexes to this version of the Roadmap available on the FInES Web Portal (www.fines-cluster.eu.)
Author: Gianluca Misuraca gianluca.misuraca@ec.europa.eu Sponsor: European Commission, Seventh Framework Programme, Work Programme ICT 2009-2010 Type: 1. European/international – covering issues from a European or even global perspective 2. Field/sector specific: focusing on ICT for governance and policy modelling Organizer: European Commission, Joint(More)
As governments across the world provide more and more support to open data initiatives and web 2.0 channels for engaging citizens, researchers orient themselves towards future internet, wisdom of crowds and virtual world experiments. In this context, the domain of ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling has recently emerged to achieve better, participative,(More)
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In the last thirty years the role of the government has moved consistently away from services provision to regulation. Society and economy has become more interconnected, unstable and unpredictable than ever, and citizens are keener to engage in complex policy making. Within this context, traditional tools for policy making, based upon the perfectly(More)
In light of the contemporary societal challenges and the current technological trends that have revolutionized collaboration and creativity, ICT for Governance and Policy Modelling has recently emerged to achieve a better, participative, evidence-based and timely governance. Bringing together two separate worlds, i.e. the mathematical and complex systems(More)