Peter Daiser's research while affiliated with Deutsche Universität für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer and other places

Publications (27)

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Strategic Corporate Governance Factors for Municipally-owned Companies: An Empirical Analysis from a Municipal Perspective Empirical research on municipally owned companies is still an under-researched field. In particular, there is a lack of sound empirical success factor-related studies that take into account the municipal mission of creating pub...
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Empirical research on municipally owned companies is still an under-researched field. In particular, there is a lack of sound empirical success factor-related studies that take into account the municipal mission of creating public value, as well as future-oriented strategic measures by which municipally owned companies can be directed from a munici...
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Kapitel 7 befasst sich mit der Untersuchung der empirischen Ergebnisse. Die empirische Überprüfung des Untersuchungsmodells und der dazugehörigen Untersuchungshypothesen erfolgt in drei Schritten. Zuerst wird in Abschnitt 7.1 die Operationalisierung und Analyse der Konstrukte dargestellt. In Abschnitt 7.2 folgt anschließend eine Zusammenfassung der...
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Kapitel 8 widmet sich dem Resümee der vorliegenden Untersuchung. In Abschnitt 8.1 erfolgt hierfür eine Zusammenfassung der Forschungsarbeit und eine Diskussion der Untersuchungsergebnisse. Darauf aufbauend werden in Abschnitt 8.2 die wissenschaftlichen Implikationen und Einschränkungen der Untersuchung und in Abschnitt 8.3 die verwaltungspraktische...
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Im vorangegangenen Kapitel wurde das Untersuchungsmodell der vorliegenden Forschungsarbeit theoriebasiert konzeptionalisiert und das dazugehörige Hypothesensystem dargestellt. Bevor das Untersuchungsmodell mit empirischen Daten überprüft wird, erfolgt in diesem Kapitel ein methodischer Exkurs, in dem die Wahl des statistischen Analyseverfahrens erl...
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In diesem Kapitel werden die Methode und das Verfahren der Datenerhebung sowie die Datencharakteristika vorgestellt. Zuerst werden in Abschnitt 6.1 die Grundgesamtheit der Erhebung, die Methode der Datenerhebung, die Entwicklung des Erhebungsinstruments und das Erhebungsverfahren erläutert. Danach folgen in Abschnitt 6.2 die Beschreibung der Datenc...
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Nach der Erörterung der Grundlagen der Untersuchung und der Vorstellung der Auswertung relevanter Forschungsarbeiten, widmet sich dieses Kapitel dem konzeptionellen Bezugsrahmen. Der konzeptionelle Bezugsrahmen stellt die theoretische Basis der vorliegenden empirischen Untersuchung dar und zeigt die verwendeten Quellen auf, die zur Ableitung der po...
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In diesem Kapitel werden die Grundlagen der Untersuchung dargestellt. Dies beginnt mit der wissenschaftstheoretischen Einordnung der Forschungsarbeit in Abschnitt 2.1 sowie der Erläuterung wichtiger definitorischer Grundlagen in Abschnitt 2.2. Anschließend folgt in Abschnitt 2.3 eine Auswertung von Publikationen, die eine Relevanz für die vorliegen...
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Aufbauend auf den theoretischen Grundlagen und dem konzeptionellen Bezugsrahmen der vorliegenden Untersuchung wird im Folgenden das spezifische Untersuchungsmodell zum kommunalen Corporate-Governance-Erfolg öffentlicher GmbHs entwickelt. Hierbei erfolgt die inhaltliche Konkretisierung der theoretisch hergeleiteten Komponenten unter Rückgriff auf da...
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Der digitale Wandel und die Vernetzung von Informationen haben zu einer grundlegenden Veränderung der Informationsanforderungen von Bürgerinnen und Bürgern geführt. Insbesondere jüngere Generationen erwarten ein vollständig digitalisiertes Leistungsangebot der öffentlichen Verwaltung. Vor diesem Hintergrund hat die elektronische Abwicklung von Verw...
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The desired e-government potentials and its shortcomings in reality are key reasons why e-government has become a major topic of interest to academics and practitioners, leading to an extensive body of knowledge. However, the literature still demands further quantitative empirical research to substantiate theory development. This situation calls fo...
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The phenomena why open government implementation struggles and falls short of expectations is still unsolved. Moreover, only little empirical scientific knowledge on the expected benefits and risks of open government implementation exists. Against this background, this study presents an exploratory expert survey of 34 public administration officers...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to deliver further insights into empirical research on corporate governance of SOEs by systematizing existing knowledge, identifying current investigation backlogs, and deriving specific implications for future empirical research to address the lack of empirical knowledge in this field. Design/methodology/appr...
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Local e-government portals have become a vital interface between citizens and public administration. Today, they are an integral part of modern public service provision and an important channel for citizen relationship marketing since they represent regularly visited points of contact. Nonetheless, there is a lack of related multivariate empirical...
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Social media are regarded to be a cornerstone for addressing the open government challenge that public administration faces. However, scientific knowledge about how social media can leverage open government is limited. Therefore, this study applies a mixed-methods research proceeding to develop a conceptual framework for the strategic use of social...
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Despite the rising scientific and practical relevance of e-participation, the field still suffers from a diffuse, heterogeneous state of knowledge and our understanding of successful e-participation strategies and implementation is very limited. This situation is seen as a key reason why e-participation initiatives in practice often fall short of e...
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In the academic field of arts and media management, motion picture actors' (MPAs’) success factors have received only little attention. The goal of this study is to face this issue. A structural equation model describing potential success factors of MPAs is developed based on the resource-based and competence-based views. The conceptual model is te...
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Motion picture actors (MPA) have to compete in a highly competitive, complex and dynamic environmental setting. However, only little knowledge concerning their success factors is available. The present study addresses this lack of research by using a structural equation model-driven approach, testing and using data from a survey with 566 MPAs. The...
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E-government portals at the local level are a vital part of the modernization of public administration. However, there are few research articles that focus on the informational success factors of these portal websites. As the foundation of more advanced service levels, informational offers still constitute the majority of e-government content. In t...
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Open government has become an important topic in democratically developed societies. Its key aims are to increase transparency, citizen trust and public participation. Against this background, the article focuses on perceived barriers opposing the introduction of open government data. On the basis of cognitive theory and a literature review, the es...
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E-government applications have become an important interface between citizens and public administration. However, quantitative research on e-government usage shows a tendency toward generic research models and in part lacks statistical rigor. Especially mediating conditions are often not taken into account appropriately. This contribution addresses...
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This study provides an integrative coherent model of continuity intentions in the context of electronic public service provision drawing from multiple theoretical research streams. Especially the role of citizens’ expectations and their determinants for electronic public service delivery is discussed. The research model was empirically examined usi...

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... The output of the tool is not a clear-cut process outline but leads to critical realizations and follow-up actions for the purpose of SBMI. The visualizations and interventions defined in the tool may function as artefacts to further design and assess the organizational boundary changes in the multistakeholder network in a collaborative process, keeping the SBMI 'alive' [67,68]. ...
... Par ailleurs, si les travaux relatifs à l'administration électronique concernent essentiellement son adoption (environ 80 % d'entre eux), les travaux empiriques demeurent embryonnaires pour confirmer et valider les développements théoriques déjà réalisés (Wirtz et Daiser 2018). ...
... They also point to the importance of strategic ambidexterity. In their study of a sample of German municipal corporations, Daiser and Wirtz (2021) emphasize that managers' perceptions of organizational success are mainly determined by effective strategic management. However, Stiel (forthcoming) finds that municipally owned utilities in Germany perform no better or worse than other organizational forms. ...
... Moreover, the use of digital technology has given rise to a new mechanism of government bureaucracy which is then known as the Electronic Government (eGovernment) [3] [4]. The World Bank [5] defines eGovernment as the use of information technologies (such as wide area network, the Internet, and mobile computing) by government agencies that could transform relations with citizens, business, and other government organisations. The shift towards eGovernment was aimed at introducing changes to the traditional approach of public service delivery [6] [7]. ...
... Bellanova analyzes the use of data protection and critically explores the potential and limitations of the "digital age" based on governmental research and actor-network theory [6]. Wirtz and Daiser creatively apply meta-analysis to the study of online governance, systematically revealing areas for further research based on an analysis of the previous literature on online governance [7]. ELKheshin and Saleeb used the Tam model to study the influential factors and determinants needed to promote citizens' acceptance of e-government services in developing countries, using Egypt as an example [8]. ...
... In the context of high economic policy uncertainty, state-owned enterprises in the food industry still need to play a leading role in the practice of corporate social responsibility. However, since state-owned enterprises are to some extent controlled by the government [35]. A certain percentage of its decision makers are government officials, and investment decisions exhibit a strong bias toward compliance with economic policy adjustments [36]. ...
... Open government, however, is a dynamic concept that has evolved over the years (Gil-Garcia et al., 2020), and the proliferation of information and communication technology, such as social media, holds promise for open government (Wirtz et al., 2018), but its potential, nonetheless, remains somewhat underexplored. In the public sector, social media applications are contemporary forms of information generation and dissemination tools in the digital context and are regarded as a viable solution to the open government challenge (Mergel, 2013;Wirtz et al., 2018). ...
... Therefore, the new Sustainability Charter intends to stimulate citizens and municipalities to feel themselves as 'members' of a common project, to increase their sense of community and responsibility towards their city, to promote the diffusion of good practices and the formation of a virtuous system that aims at sustainability [54,55]. The concept of "partner" is important in this context, to feel an integral part of a community. ...
... While customers experience improved services from the private sector, they now have similar expectations from the public sector. The increasing citizens' expectations, together with pressures by demographic change, technological and knowledge explosion and advancements in ICT, lead to a new paradigm shift for governments to adopt the CRM philosophy by viewing and managing citizens as customers and become more effective, efficient, more open, innovative, participatory and trustworthy (Larsen and Milakovich, 2005;Wirtz et al., 2017). ...
... Research on economic and business aspects of soaps and related formats is scarce (Opitz and Hofmann, 2008;Franck and Nüesch 2007) and has mainly analyzed product placements and consumer behavior (Dias et al. 2017;Russell and Stern 2006). Despite a broad and well-established literature on cultural labor markets in which artists participate as suppliers of their services (Towse K 2006;Throsby 2006;Menger 2006;Alper and Wassall 2006;Caserta and Cuccia 2001;Benhamou 2000;Throsby 1996), research on individual actors 1 as central inputs in the production of media content, if existent, focuses on motion picture artists and film stars (Hofmann 2021;McKenna 2019;Hofmann and Opitz 2019;Wirtz et al. 2016a;Wirtz et al. 2016b;Jones and DeFillippi 1996). Recent exceptions with an emphasis on TV and serial acting include Perez et al. (2020), Rawlins (2020), Hogg and Smith (2020), Middleton and Middleton (2017), Cantrell and Hogg (2017), Vicentini and Boccardelli (2016) and Harrington and Brothers (2010). ...