Her main research concerns Knowledge management, Smart city, Public administration, E-Government and Public relations. Her Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Local government, Information integration and Diversity. Her Local government study incorporates themes from Urbanization and Knowledge sharing.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Management, Need to know and National archives in addition to Public administration. Her work on Public value as part of general Public relations research is frequently linked to Emerging technologies, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. She studied Corporate governance and Citizen engagement that intersect with Social learning.
Her primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Public relations, Information sharing, Public administration and Context. As a part of the same scientific family, Theresa A. Pardo mostly works in the field of Knowledge management, focusing on Information integration and, on occasion, Process management. Her work in Public relations addresses subjects such as Digital government, which are connected to disciplines such as Inter organizational.
Her Information sharing research incorporates elements of Financial market and Dimension. Her research on Public administration often connects related areas such as Corporate governance. Theresa A. Pardo performs integrative Context and Smart city research in her work.
Theresa A. Pardo spends much of her time researching Public relations, Analytics, Data science, Context and Information sharing. Theresa A. Pardo has included themes like Human services, Digital government, Information management and Leverage in her Public relations study. Her work in Leverage tackles topics such as Corporate governance which are related to areas like Data management.
Theresa A. Pardo integrates many fields, such as Context and engineering, in her works. The concepts of her Knowledge management study are interwoven with issues in Bridging and Policy analysis. Her Information sharing research incorporates themes from Financial market and Agency.
Her primary areas of study are Analytics, Open data, Data science, Context and Public relations. The various areas that Theresa A. Pardo examines in her Analytics study include Social network analysis and Management science. Her Open data research includes themes of Information access, Telecommunications, Transparency and Big data.
Her Data science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dimension, Information integration and Agency. Context is connected with CLARITY, Knowledge management and Information sharing in her research. Her study in the field of Public value is also linked to topics like Management information systems.
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Understanding Smart Cities: An Integrative Framework
Hafedh Chourabi;Taewoo Nam;Shawn Walker;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
hawaii international conference on system sciences (2012)
Conceptualizing smart city with dimensions of technology, people, and institutions
Taewoo Nam;Theresa A. Pardo.
international conference on digital government research (2011)
E-government success factors: Mapping practical tools to theoretical foundations
J. Ramón Gil-García;Theresa A. Pardo.
Government Information Quarterly (2005)
Smart city as urban innovation: focusing on management, policy, and context
Taewoo Nam;Theresa A. Pardo.
international conference on theory and practice of electronic governance (2011)
Open government and e-government: democratic challenges from a public value perspective
Teresa M. Harrison;Santiago Guerrero;G. Brian Burke;Meghan Cook.
Information polity (2012)
From "Need to Know" to "Need to Share": Tangled Problems, Information Boundaries, and the Building of Public Sector Knowledge Networks
Sharon S. Dawes;Anthony M. Cresswell;Theresa A. Pardo.
Public Administration Review (2009)
Building Understanding of Smart City Initiatives
Suha Alawadhi;Armando Aldama-Nalda;Hafedh Chourabi;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
electronic government (2012)
Creating Open Government Ecosystems: A Research and Development Agenda
Teresa M. Harrison;Theresa A. Pardo;Meghan E. Cook.
Future Internet (2012)
What makes a city smart? Identifying core components and proposing an integrative and comprehensive conceptualization
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;Theresa A. Pardo;Taewoo Nam.
Information polity (2015)
Building Collaborative Digital Government Systems
Sharon S. Dawes;Theresa A. Pardo.
Advances in Digital Government (2002)
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