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数林一叶 | 数字政府环境下的适应性政府类型

成果简介:

 

 

随着技术的不断发展和市民需求的日趋多元,强调政府对其他部门进行管控的传统模式面临挑战,数字政府愈发需要社会各方的协同和参与来应对复杂多变的环境。

 

什么是 适应性治理

适应性治理的理念

在 数字政府 中有何价值?

政府与社会是如何在数字政府协同

分担 决策权 和 责任 的?

目前存在哪些 类型 的适应性政府模式?

 

 

在《数字政府环境下的适应性政府类型》一文中,作者将通过对四个不同类型的协同案例出发,将适应性治理的理念引入数字政府研究。

 

这四个案例分别为六安市的网站开发、上海微信城市服务、上海SODA开放数据大赛和“围观基层”活动,最后根据在政府和非政府参与者之间分摊决策权和责任的程度区分出不同类型的适应性政府,分别是多中心型、敏捷型和有机型。

 

 

 

 

政府信息季刊(SSCI)

Government Information Quarterly

 

| Author

 

Cancan Wang

Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School.

 

Rony Medaglia

Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School.

Lei Zheng

Lab for Digital and Mobile Governance, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University.

 

 

| ABSTRACT

The notion of adaptive governance was originally created to capture forms of collaboration in socio-ecological systems that can respond to rapid changes in the environment. However, such a notion also has a great potential to be transferred and understood in the digital government context, where there is an increasing need to establish forms of collaboration that can respond to swift changes in the environment related to technology and citizen demands. Drawing on the analysis of four cases of IT-related project collaboration, we put forward that the degree of sharing of decision-making power and of accountability between government and non-government actors is critical to developing different types of adaptive governance. Findings show that the distribution of decision-making power and of accountability can be decoupled, resulting in three types of adaptive governance – namely polycentric, agile, and organic governance. We contribute to research by detailing and empirically testing the notion of adaptive governance in a digital government context, and to practice by highlighting the role of the distribution of decision-making power and of accountability in devising adaptive governance strategies.

 

 

| KEYWORDS

Adaptive governance; 

Digital government; 

Decision-making; 

Accountability.

 

 

| HIGH LIGHTS

The promising notion of adaptive governance requires refinement and empirical testing.

We investigate adaptive governance in the context of digital government.

We focus on the distribution of decision-making power and of accountability.

We propose a typology of adaptive governance based on four empirical case analyses.

The typology includes polycentric, agile, and organic governance.

 

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