His primary areas of study are Public relations, Transparency, Government, Public administration and The Internet. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Legitimacy, Social media and E-governance. His Legitimacy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Information and communication technologies for development, Information and Communications Technology and Collaborative governance.
The various areas that Albert Meijer examines in his Transparency study include Social psychology and Law and economics. His Government research integrates issues from New media, Information technology, Coproduction and Strategic planning. His work deals with themes such as Multidisciplinary approach, Public sector, State and Openness to experience, which intersect with Public administration.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Government, Transparency, Public administration and Knowledge management. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Information and Communications Technology, The Internet, Legitimacy, Social media and Empirical research. His Government research also works with subjects such as
His Transparency study also includes
Albert Meijer focuses on Public relations, Public administration, Transparency, Government and Politics. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Social media, Bureaucracy and Information and Communications Technology. His work on Public management as part of general Public administration research is frequently linked to Paradise, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Industrial organization and Public organization in addition to Transparency. His Government research includes themes of Sociotechnical system, Knowledge management, Set and Action. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Space, Public economics and Scale.
Albert Meijer mainly focuses on Transparency, Open government, Public relations, Perspective and Social media. While working on this project, Albert Meijer studies both Transparency and Work. His study in Open government is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Knowledge management and Public service.
Albert Meijer has included themes like Government, Collective action, Urban ecosystem and Public policy in his Public service study. Albert Meijer interconnects Public sector, Living lab and Value in the investigation of issues within Public relations. His research integrates issues of Information and Communications Technology, Face and Public organization in his study of Social media.
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Governing the smart city: a review of the literature on smart urban governance:
Albert Meijer;Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar.
International Review of Administrative Sciences (2016)
Open government: connecting vision and voice
Albert J. Meijer;Deirdre Curtin;Maarten Hillebrandt.
International Review of Administrative Sciences (2012)
New Media and the Coproduction of Safety: An Empirical Analysis of Dutch Practices
Albert Jacob Meijer.
The American Review of Public Administration (2014)
Understanding modern transparency
International Review of Administrative Sciences (2009)
Effects of Transparency on the Perceived Trustworthiness of a Government Organization: Evidence from an Online Experiment
Stephan G. Grimmelikhuijsen;Albert J. Meijer.
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (2014)
Understanding the Complex Dynamics of Transparency
Public Administration Review (2013)
Social media strategies: Understanding the differences between North American police departments
Albert Meijer;Marcel Thaens.
Government Information Quarterly (2013)
E-governance innovation: Barriers and strategies
Government Information Quarterly (2015)
Does transparency strengthen legitimacy
Deirdre Curtin;Albert Jacob Meijer.
Information Polity archive (2006)
Networked Coproduction of Public Services in Virtual Communities: From a Government-Centric to a Community Approach to Public Service Support.
Albert Jacob Meijer.
Public Administration Review (2011)
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