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Bram Klievink
Bram Klievink
Professor of Public Administration & Digitalisation, Leiden University
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Realizing joined-up government—Dynamic capabilities and stage models for transformation
B Klievink, M Janssen
Government information quarterly 26 (2), 275-284, 2009
3652009
Big data in the public sector: Uncertainties and readiness
B Klievink, BJ Romijn, S Cunningham, H de Bruijn
Information systems frontiers 19 (2), 267-283, 2017
2882017
The collaborative realization of public values and business goals: Governance and infrastructure of public–private information platforms
B Klievink, N Bharosa, YH Tan
Government information quarterly 33 (1), 67-79, 2016
1852016
Public value creation in digital government
P Panagiotopoulos, B Klievink, A Cordella
Government Information Quarterly 36 (4), 101421, 2019
1582019
Design of a software architecture supporting business-to-government information sharing to improve public safety and security: Combining business rules, Events and blockchainá…
S Engelenburg, M Janssen, B Klievink
Journal of Intelligent information systems 52, 595-618, 2019
1292019
Rationality and politics of algorithms. Will the promise of big data survive the dynamics of public decision making?
HG Van der Voort, AJ Klievink, M Arnaboldi, AJ Meijer
Government Information Quarterly 36 (1), 27-38, 2019
1232019
Barriers and impediments to transformational government: insights from literature and practice
AF Van Veenstra, B Klievink, M Janssen
Electronic Government, An International Journal 8 (2-3), 226-241, 2011
1052011
Techno-optimism and policy-pessimism in the public sector big data debate
S Vydra, B Klievink
Government Information Quarterly 36 (4), 101383, 2019
942019
Enhancing visibility in international supply chains: the data pipeline concept
B Klievink, E Van Stijn, D Hesketh, H Aldewereld, S Overbeek, ...
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 8 (4), 14-33, 2012
902012
Plug and prey? measuring the commoditization of cybercrime via online anonymous markets
R Van Wegberg, S Tajalizadehkhoob, K Soska, U Akyazi, CH Ganan, ...
27th USENIX security symposium (USENIX security 18), 1009-1026, 2018
852018
A blockchain architecture for reducing the bullwhip effect
S van Engelenburg, M Janssen, B Klievink
International Symposium on Business Modeling and Software Design, 69-82, 2018
732018
Can enterprise architectures reduce failure in development projects?
M Janssen, B Klievink
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 6 (1), 27-40, 2012
642012
A different cup of {TI}? the added value of commercial threat intelligence
X Bouwman, H Griffioen, J Egbers, C Doerr, B Klievink, M Van Eeten
29th USENIX security symposium (USENIX security 20), 433-450, 2020
632020
Developing multi-layer information infrastructures: Advancing social innovation through public–private governance
B Klievink, M Janssen
Information Systems Management 31 (3), 240-249, 2014
612014
A flexible, event-driven, service-oriented architecture for orchestrating service delivery
S Overbeek, B Klievink, M Janssen
IEEE Intelligent Systems 24 (05), 31-41, 2009
602009
The role of intermediaries in multi-channel service delivery strategies
M Janssen, B Klievink
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 5 (3), 36-46, 2009
582009
Designing context-aware systems: A method for understanding and analysing context in practice
S van Engelenburg, M Janssen, B Klievink
Journal of logical and algebraic methods in programming 103, 79-104, 2019
542019
Advances in government enterprise architecture
P Saha
IGI Global, 2008
532008
Stakeholder engagement in policy development: observations and lessons from international experience
N Helbig, S Dawes, Z Dzhusupova, B Klievink, CG Mkude
Policy Practice and Digital Science: Integrating Complex Systems, Socialá…, 2015
462015
A stakeholder analysis of business-to-government information sharing: the governance of a public-private platform
B Klievink, M Janssen, YH Tan
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 8 (4), 54-64, 2012
392012
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