María Elena López Reyes

María Elena López Reyes
Aalborg University · Department of Communication and Psychology

PhD fellow
ODECO, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network initiative

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Introduction
My current focus is on creating strategies to maximize the accessibility and usage of local governments' open data as a Ph.D. fellow in the European Union Horizon 2020 ODECO initiative of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network initiative. The objective is to develop strategies to engage local governments in the open data ecosystem to create an open data ecology in local governments.

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The current work aims to identify the perspectives from which scholars have studied the link between the citizens’ involvement in the use of Open Government Data (OGD) and the creation of social value to solve local issues in cities as the expected result. Recent studies have concentrated on studying the barriers and conditions of using OGD by focu...
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Participatory methods have been widely explored in the public sector to democratize city-making projects and foster civic engagement. Although well-intentioned, participatory processes still too often exclude citizens. The current study looks for elements enabling city makers to articulate an inclusive Participatory City Making process. Starting fr...
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Sustainable innovation and transitions are increasingly gaining traction within academia, industries, and policymakers. Despite the research efforts, sustaining innovation and operationalizing transitions still remains a barely explored field. The pragmatic step from understanding towards doing is often not made explicit in the literature. In fact,...

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