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The building of new citizen governance models: from technopolitics to open government

Lecture at the Master in City & Technology, Insitute for advanced architecture of Catalonia, 26 January 2018, Barcelona
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Ismael Peña-López

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Transcript of The building of new citizen governance models: from technopolitics to open government

The building of new citizen governance models:
from technopolitics to open government
Ismael Peña-López
To cite this work:
Peña-López, Ismael (2018). The building of new citizen governance models: from technopolitics to open government.
Lecture at the Master in City & Technology, Institute for advanced architecture of Catalonia, 26 January 2018. IAAC: Barcelona.

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Master in City & Technology
Insitute for advanced architecture of Catalonia
26 January 2018, Barcelona
What is development?
Participation and network society
Pull businesses led by the demand
A culture of remixing and in real time
Technology as platform and culture
El 4th Estate as a fosterer of the 5th Estate
New citizenry: an asset in politics
The sinergies of citizens and institutions
Decentralization
Individualization.
Casual participation
Open social innovation
Characteristics
Open social innovation Policies
Opening the process:
how are decisions made.

Foster the process:
based on what.

Replicate the process:
using what protocols.
The key is the process
The context matters:
transparency in the design.

Open inputs:
open... no, linked data.

Deliberation:
facilitate the infrastructures.
From leadership to facilitation:
who knows the needs better.

Granularity in decision-making:
info. filtering and talent location.

From participation to co-decision:
who is legit to decide.
Radical subsidiarity
Co-decision
Open
social
innovation

(new)
(e-)
Participation

Direct democracy
Total sovereignty
Low complexity

The citizen rules
Sovereignty shift to intermediaries
High complexity

The citizen delegates
Representative democracy
Participation?
Engagement?
Development?
Participation and industrial society
High setup costs / investments
High coordination costs / operation
Scarcity of resources / inputs
NO
Participation and digital society
High setup costs / investments
High coordination costs / operation
Scarcity of resources / inputs
Low
Low
Governance?
Socioeconomic
development
Individual resources
Objective
choice
Change in values
Emancipative
values
Subjective
choice
Democratization
Freedoms
and rights
Efective
choice
lack of constraints
to think or do
one’s own will
Freedom
Empowerment
capability
to do it
change the system
(not only live within the system)
Governance
Diagnosis
Deliberation
Opinion shaping
Negotiation

Voting
Setting preferences

Assessment
Accountability

Democracy
360º

Decision making...
what are we talking about?

The cost of information
The cost of participation
The cost of comunication
Hierarchical organization
Assembly-based org.
Network organization
New citizen-based governance models?
hierarchy assembly network
Fostering network organizations
Ecology
of
Tasks

Provide context

Facilitate the agora

Foster interaction
Diagnosis

Goals

Path
in Governance
Access to information
Coordination
The cost (of opportunity) of participation
Scarcity of inputs
Transaction costs
Granularity
Transparency
Participation
Collaboration
Govern Obert
Intermediació
Representativitat
Institucionalització
Digitization
Cultural change: information society
Change of model: open government/governance
Open government in practice
Open budgeting
Dashboard
Open
agendas
Legislative
footprint
Technical
reports
Blogs & citizen networks
Lobbies & interest groups
Citizen
consultations
Officials' & projects' blogs
Citizen dashboard
Green paper
Policy record
PSPP
Facilitation of citizen initiatives
Data visualization
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