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[liberationtech] New Brookings report shows open government works

Yosem Companys companys at tmp.ucsb.edu
Tue Dec 6 07:40:16 PST 2016


*From:* Norman Eisen <NEisen at brookings.edu> via OGP Civil Society group <
ogp at dgroups.org>


Recent years have seen an explosion of open government: efforts in the
United States and around the world to make government more transparent,
accountable, and participatory, including new initiatives using internet
and mobile technologies, social media, and other innovations. Now, we are
excited to share news of our forthcoming research report in which we tackle
the question, “does open government work?” and provide a new analysis of
how governments, citizens, and the private sector can benefit from open
governance, based on a comprehensive review of hundreds of the best studies
on the subject.

In *The Impact of Open Government: Assessing the Evidence*, we review the
empirical and theoretical literature examining the international impact of
open government and offer recommendations for policymakers considering open
government initiatives.  We derive from our review of the evidence an
original rubric of the six critical elements that we believe open
government initiatives must have. This typology organizes what is known
about the impact of open government and identifies the contexts in which
open government efforts are most likely to be successful. We conclude by
shining light on what future research is needed to further improve global
understanding of the potential of open government to achieve its ambitious
goals.


If you will be attending the Open Government Partnership Global Summit in
Paris, we invite you to join us for a special session about this research
at 1:15pm on Thursday
<https://en.ogpsummit.org/osem/conference/ogp-summit/program/proposal/712>.



Vanessa Williamson
                                                Norman L. Eisen
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