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(160603) Special Lecture by Professor Karen Mossberger (Arisona State University)
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GMPA Special Lecture:
 
<DIGITAL GOVERNMENT AND DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP IN THE U.S>
by Professor Karen Mossberger (Arisona State University)
 
June 3 (Fri) 16:00~17:00, Bldg. 57-1, Rm. 321
 
Information technology has the potential to transform service delivery and relationships with citizens –
but challenges include effecting organizational change and engaging citizens online.  With an overview of her own
research and other work being conducted at Arizona State University, Mossberger will describe trends in digital
government in the U.S., and inequality in Internet use (the “digital divide”).  This will be an opportunity to discuss
how experiences in the U.S. and China compare, and how the potential of technology might be realized across nations.

Karen Mossberger is Professor and Director of the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University
(ranked #5 in the U.S. in information technology in public affairs).  Her research includes digital government, impacts of technology use, digital inequality, urban policy, and local governance.  Her most recent book is Digital Cities:  The Internet and the Geography of Opportunity (Oxford 2013). “E-Government and Citizen Trust and Confidence in Government” (with C. Tolbert) was selected as one of the 75 most influential articles in the 75 years of Public Administration Review.  Her work has been supported by the National Science Foundation and MacArthur Foundation, among others, and has been published by Georgetown, MIT, and Oxford University presses.
 
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