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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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The Institute of Public and Nonprofit Management offers its courses especially to business economics and social science students. The goal of our members and lecturers is to teach the fundamental Public and Nonprofit Management skills in our basic courses and to intensify those skills in further courses. In addition, our department offers the “Introduction to Business Administration” course which is held in summer and winter term.

Besides to the offered courses, our department members supervise and assist bachelor, master and diploma thesis in line with our research program. Interested students can either propose a topic or choose from various suggested topics.

A guideline for writing bachelor, master and diploma thesis can be found here: guidelines for academic writing.

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