December Highlights: New Research and Findings Added to OGRX

December 19, 2016 by Andrew Young

The Open Governance Research Exchange (OGRX) strives to identify and curate the most useful and important research on innovations in governance. Through the research efforts of OGRX’s editorial board and partners, and, especially, submissions from OGRX users, the platform is constantly growing and evolving, with new publications added each week.

This month we have added over 100 new research entries to OGRX. Some pieces reflective of the diversity of newly added research and findings come from DSpace@MIT, Inter-American Development Bank, Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions, Open Policy Network, UN Global Pulse, and the UN Development Programme, focusing on Citizen Engagement and Crowdsourcing, Collective Intelligence, Data Analysis, Labs and Experimentation and Big Data.

Come back often to stay on top of what’s new in governance innovation!

Referenced Readings

Essays on collective intelligence

Yiftach Nagar Thomas W. Malone Patrick De Boer Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia

Methodology Ethnography
Objective Effectiveness
Type Book

Global Open Policy Report 2016

Kelsey Wiens Alek Tarkowski

Innovation for Better Management: The Contribution of Public Innovation Labs

Sebastián Acevedo Nicolás Dassen

The ethical impact of data science

Luciano Floridi Mariarosaria Taddeo

Category Data Analysis

A Guide to Data Innovation for Government: From Idea to Proof-of-Concept

UNDP UN Global Pulse