Professor Digitalization and Public Policy
Bram Klievink is Professor of Public Administration, with a special focus on Digitalisation and Public Policy. He has a strong fascination with the interface between digitalisation and government. His research is about how digital innovations challenge the incumbent practices and institutions of public governance, and how digitalisation might be used in novel governance arrangements for the digital age. Current research include several projects on the politics and use of big data and algorithms in a public governance context.
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