Philipp T. Nitzsche

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In recent years, web 2.0 increasingly gained importance in terms of egovernment. In this context, e-participation received more and more attention. However, there are only few examinations providing a structured overview on web 2.0 implementation possibilities in participative e-government. This contribution examines these implementation possibilities using(More)
The integration of user into the value generation or innovation process has been established as a success factor in many industries. The internet and especially the recent developments with regard to social media have opened new possibilities for companies and users alike, owing to more direct and user induced participation. This paper introduces a user(More)
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