Second issue of the international, peer-reviewed Open Access eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government (JeDEM)

  • Stefan F. Blachfellner INDABA Corporate Consulting & Publishing
  • Noella Edelmann Centre for E-Government, Danube University Krems
  • Peter Parycek Center for E-Government, Danube-University Krems
  • Walter Seböck Center for Applied Informatics, Danube-University Krems

Author Biographies

Stefan F. Blachfellner, INDABA Corporate Consulting & Publishing

Stefan was born in 1970 in Innsbruck, Austria - graduate at the University of Salzburg, studied Communication, Management and Social Psychology and Economic and Social History. 2007 he started his Doctoral Studies in Philosophy with Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hofkirchner.

He is founder and Managing Director of INDABA Corporate Consulting e.U., appointed Manging Editor of JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government, and Consulting Managing Editor of tripleC - Cognition, Commmunication, Co-operation for a Global Sustainable Information Society. He is lecturer and thesis supervisor at the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences and the Danube University Krems in Austria.

He is also co-founder and  community manager of the international hub Change the Game Initiative for Innovation, Ethics, and Leadership and an active supporter of the Open Access Movement in scientific publishing with INDABA Publishing as a NPO branch of INDABA Corporate Consulting.

In 2004 - 2006 he supported the development of the strategic focus ICT&S - Information and Communication Technologies & Society at the University of Salzburg as the Center Manager. Since 1999 he works as a business coach and consultant in the areas of organizational development, corporate communication, knowledge management, strategic management and business excellence with broad experience in industries and the service sector as well as in public administration and cultural and educational organizations.

Peter Parycek, Center for E-Government, Danube-University Krems
Mag. Dr. Peter Parycek, MAS is Head of the Center for E-Government at the Danube-University Krems, Chairman of the Work Group E-Democracy & E-Participation at the Austrian Federal Chancellery. He studied law and telematics, and his work takes an interdisciplinary approach involving technological, social and legal developments.
Walter Seböck, Center for Applied Informatics, Danube-University Krems
Mag. Dr. Walter Seböck, MSc, MBA is Head of the Center for Applied Informatics at Danube-University Krems. After he had finished his Master in Political Science and Journalism that focused on conflict research, he wrote his Doctors Thesis about “E-Government – Electronic Administration and political Change Processes.” While he was writing his Doctors Thesis he finished postgraduate courses in Postgradual Studies on Telematics Management and Postgradual Studies on Telecommunications Management.
How to Cite
Blachfellner, S. F., Edelmann, N., Parycek, P., & Seböck, W. (1). Second issue of the international, peer-reviewed Open Access eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government (JeDEM). JeDEM - EJournal of EDemocracy and Open Government, 2(1), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.29379/jedem.v2i1.24
Section
Editorial