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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D./Gegenhuber, T. (2017): Shedding Light on Participation in Open Government Arenas: Determinants of Platform Activity of Web and App Users, in: Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D./Gegenhuber, T. (2017): Shedding Light on Participation in Open Government Arenas: Determinants of Platform Activity of Web and App Users, in: Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D./Gegenhuber, T. (2017): Shedding Light on Participation in Open Government Arenas: Determinants of Platform Activity of Web and App Users, in: Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D.(2017): Browse or Brush? An Exploration of Citizen-Government Interaction in the Municipal Realm, in: Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

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Schmidthuber, L./Hilgers, D.(2017): Unleashing Innovation beyond Organizational Boundaries: Exploring Citizensourcing Projects, in: International Journal of Public Administration

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Lampe, H./Hilgers, D.(2017): Financial aid for local government: Blessing or mismanagement? in: International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management (in press).

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Students writing their bachelor thesis at the Public and Nonprofit Management Institute can either sign up for the course of Prof. Hilgers or Dr. Stötzer (PNP3 or PNP4).
Attention: Due to increased applications, the course system has been changed. As of winter term 2015/16 the bachelor thesis writing seminar is offered twofold. Changes between the two courses are no longer permitted.
  In order to author a bachelor thesis a grade point average of 2.0 is required (PNP 1 or PUMA 1, 2 and 5).

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