Ines Mergel
Ines Mergel
Professor of Public Administration, Digital Governance Lab,University of Konstanz, Germany
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Networks in Public Administration Scholarship: Understanding Where We Are and Where We Need to Go
KR Isett, IA Mergel, K LeRoux, P Mischen, RK Rethemeyer
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (Supplement), i157-i173, 2011
Social media adoption and resulting tactics in the U.S. federal government
I Mergel
Government Information Quarterly 30 (2), 123-130, 2013
A framework for interpreting social media interactions in the public sector
I Mergel
Government Information Quarterly 30 (4), 327-334, 2013
A Three-Stage Adoption Process for Social Media Use in Government
I Mergel, SI Bretschneider
Public Administration Review 73 (3), 390-400, 2013
Implementing Open Innovation in the Public Sector: The Case of
I Mergel, K Desouza
Public Administration Review 73 (6), 882–890, 2013
Social Media in the Public Sector: A Guide to Participation, Collaboration and Transparency in The Networked World
I Mergel
A Guide to Participation, 2012
Studying social networks: A guide to empirical research
M Hennig, U Brandes, J Pfeffer, I Mergel
Campus Verlag, 2012
The social media innovation challenge in the public sector
I Mergel
Information Polity 17 (3, 4), 281-292, 2012
Networks in Public Administration: Current Scholarship in Review
JD Lecy, IA Mergel, HP Schmitz
Public Management Review 16 (5), 643-665, 2014
Government 2.0 revisited: Social media strategies in the public sector
I Mergel
PA Times 33 (3), 7 & 10, 2010
Big Data in Public Affairs
I Mergel, RK Rethemeyer, K Isett
Public Administration Review 76 (6), 928–937, 2016
The Transformational Effect of Web 2.0 Technologies on Government
IA Mergel, CM Schweik, JE Fountain
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management 1, 561-576, 2009
Social Media Institutionalization in the U.S. Federal Government
I Mergel
Government Information Quarterly 33 (1), 142–148, 2016
Agile innovation management in government: A research agenda
I Mergel
Government Information Quarterly 33 (3), 516-523, 2016
Opening Government: Designing Open Innovation Processes to Collaborate with External Problem Solvers
I Mergel
Social Science Computer Review 33 (5), 599-612, 2015
A framework on the emergence and effectiveness of global health networks
J Shiffman, K Quissell, HP Schmitz, DL Pelletier, SL Smith, D Berlan, ...
Health Policy and Planning, 1-14, 2015
The use of social media to dissolve knowledge silos in government
I Mergel
The Future of Public Administration, Public Management, and Public Service …, 2011
Open collaboration in the public sector: The case of social coding on GitHub
I Mergel
Government Information Quarterly 32 (4), 464–472, 2015
Open innovation in the public sector: drivers and barriers for the adoption of
I Mergel
Public Management Review 20 (5), 726-745, 2018
Technology and Public Management Information Systems: Where We Have Been; Where We Are Going
SI Bretschneider, I Mergel
The State of Public Administration: Issues, Problems and Challenges, 187-203, 2011
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