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Document type:
Konferenzbeitrag 
Author(s):
Zepic, Robert; Dapp, Marcus; Krcmar, Helmut 
Non-TUM Co-author(s):
ja 
Cooperation:
Title:
Reasons for low Participation in German Participatory Budgeting: A Public Administration Perspective 
Abstract:
Berlin, New York, Paris and thousands of other cities worldwide use participatory budgeting to give their citizens a voice in the political decision-making process of municipal budgeting and to establish more transparency in governmental activities. In Germany, participatory budgeting is also an Open Government instrument, which is most frequently used by public administrations and numerous surveys suggest a high demand for it by citizens. Surprisingly, the actual number of participants in parti...    »
 
Keywords:
Participatory Budgeting, Open Government, e-Participation, e-Democracy, Germany, Bürgerhaushalt 
Intellectual Contribution:
Discipline-based Research 
Book / Congress title:
17th European Conference on Digital Government 
Congress (additional information):
Amadora 
Year:
2017 
Month:
Jun 
Key publication:
Ja 
Peer reviewed:
Ja 
International:
Ja 
Book review:
Nein 
Commissioned:
not commissioned 
Interdisciplinarity:
Ja 
Mission statement:
Ethics and Sustainability:
Nein