Fellow of The National Academy of Public Administration
Her main research concerns Public relations, Social media, Open government, Public administration and Scholarship. Her Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Private sector and Knowledge sharing. The Private sector study combines topics in areas such as Crowdsourcing, Open innovation, Marketing and Collective intelligence.
Her Social media study incorporates themes from Information and Communications Technology, Media relations and Set. Much of her study explores Open government relationship to Knowledge management. Her research in Scholarship intersects with topics in Citation analysis, Snowball sampling and Corporate governance.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Social media, Public administration, Knowledge management and Corporate governance. Her Public relations research includes themes of Open government, Open innovation, The Internet, Set and Knowledge sharing. Her Open government study incorporates themes from Crowdsourcing and Private sector.
Her Social media research integrates issues from Citizen journalism, Emergency management, Media relations and Media studies. Her study looks at the relationship between Public administration and topics such as Scholarship, which overlap with Citation analysis and Citation. Her research integrates issues of Web development and Social network in her study of Knowledge management.
Her primary scientific interests are in Public administration, Digital transformation, Agile software development, Service delivery framework and Process management. Her Public administration research includes elements of Social media, Open innovation and Coproduction. Her Digital transformation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Digitization, Computer graphics, Knowledge management and Open data.
Her studies in Digitization integrate themes in fields like Public service delivery, Dynamic capabilities and Interoperability. The Agile software development study combines topics in areas such as Corporate governance, Innovation management and Engineering management. Her study in Process management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Project management and Business intelligence.
Ines Mergel mostly deals with Open data, Variety, Marketing, Open government and Product.
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Implementing Open Innovation in the Public Sector : the Case of Challenge.gov
Ines Mergel;Kevin C. Desouza.
Studying Social Networks: A Guide to Empirical Research
Marina Hennig;Ulrik Brandes;Juergen Pfeffer;Ines Mergel.
A framework on the emergence and effectiveness of global health networks
Jeremy Shiffman;Kathryn Quissell;Hans Peter Schmitz;David L Pelletier.
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