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Open Statecraft: Strategic Thinking for a Many-to-Many Society

We live in a world where information and communication technologies have confronted us with new logics of collective action that allow new forms of organization that need new forms of strategic thinking. With the digitization of value creation and the … Continue reading

27. October 2010 by Philipp
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…and then Machiavelli suggested opengov and radical transparency

Alex Schellong and I wrote down a longer conversation we have been having over the years and published it in the Harvard International Review: The evolution of modern society is marked by continuous rise of government size, obligations and market … Continue reading

01. March 2010 by Philipp
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