Reports

Published reports

  1. Mergel, I. (2014): A Manager’s Guide to Assessing Government Social Media Impact, IBM Center for the Business of Government, Report “Using Technology” Series.
  2. Mergel, I. (2012): Study on collaborative production in eGovernment (SMART 2010/0075), Europe’s Information Society (December 5, 2012).
  3. Mergel, I. (2012): A Manager’s Guide to Designing a Social Media Strategy, IBM Center for the Business of Government (June 2012).
  4. Mergel, I. (2012): Working the Network: A Manager’s Guide for Using Twitter in Government, IBM Center for The Business of Government, Report “Using Technology” Series.
  5. Mergel, I. (2012): Supporting Policies, Regulations and Milestones for Government 2.0 in the United States of America (January 27, 2012). Available on SSRN.
  6. 5. Mergel, I. (2012): Challenges as Game Changers for Collaborative Knowledge Incubation in the Public Sector (January 27, 2012). Available at SSRN.
  7. Mergel, I. (2011): Using Wiki’s in Government: A guide for using and maintaining wikis in the public sector, IBM Center for the Business of Government, Report “Using Technology” Series, May 2011
  8. Mergel, I. (2011): Distributed Democracy: SeeClickFix.Com for Crowdsourced Issue Reporting, (January 27, 2012). Available at SSRN
  9. Nabatchi, T. & Mergel, I. (2010). Participation 2.0: Using Internet and Social Media Technologies to Promote Distributed Democracy and Create Digital Neighborhoods. In: James H. Svara and Janet V. Denhardt (eds.), White Paper: Promoting Citizen Engagement and Community Building. Phoenix, AZ: Alliance for Innovation, pp. 80-87.
  10. Euler, D., Mergel, I. (2002). Text und Kontext. Integration von eLearning-Elementen in angloamerikanischen Lehrbüchern. St. Gallen: Institut für Wirtschaftspädagogik. – ISBN 3-906528-22

 

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