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Private Data and Public Value

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Beschreibung

This book investigates the ways in
which these systems can promote public value by encouraging the disclosure and
reuse of privately-held data in ways that support collective values such as
environmental sustainability. Supported by funding from the National Science
Foundation, the authors' research team has been working on one such system,
designed to enhance consumers ability to access information about the
sustainability of the products that they buy and the supply chains that produce
them. Pulled by rapidly developing technology and pushed by budget cuts,
politicians and public managers are attempting to find ways to increase the
public value of their actions. Policymakers are increasingly acknowledging the
potential that lies in publicly disclosing more of the data that they hold, as
well as incentivizing individuals and organizations to access, use, and combine
it in new ways. Due to technological advances which include smarter
phones, better ways to track objects and people as they travel, and more
efficient data processing, it is now possible to build systems which use
shared, transparent data in creative ways. The book adds to the
current conversation among academics and practitioners about how to promote
public value through data disclosure, focusing particularly on the roles that
governments, businesses and non-profit actors can play in this process, making
it of interest to both scholars and policy-makers.


Klappentext

This book investigates the ways in
which these systems can promote public value by encouraging the disclosure and
reuse of privately-held data in ways that support collective values such as
environmental sustainability. Supported by funding from the National Science
Foundation, the authors' research team has been working on one such system,
designed to enhance consumers ability to access information about the
sustainability of the products that they buy and the supply chains that produce
them. Pulled by rapidly developing technology and pushed by budget cuts,
politicians and public managers are attempting to find ways to increase the
public value of their actions. Policymakers are increasingly acknowledging the
potential that lies in publicly disclosing more of the data that they hold, as
well as incentivizing individuals and organizations to access, use, and combine
it in new ways. Due to technological advances which include smarter
phones, better ways to track objects and people as they travel, and more
efficient data processing, it is now possible to build systems which use
shared, transparent data in creative ways. The book adds to the
current conversation among academics and practitioners about how to promote
public value through data disclosure, focusing particularly on the roles that
governments, businesses and non-profit actors can play in this process, making
it of interest to both scholars and policy-makers.



Zusammenfassung

This book investigates the ways in which these systems can promote public value by encouraging the disclosure and reuse of privately-held data in ways that support collective values such as environmental sustainability. Supported by funding from the National Science Foundation, the authors' research team has been working on one such system, designed to enhance consumers ability to access information about the sustainability of the products that they buy and the supply chains that produce them. Pulled by rapidly developing technology and pushed by budget cuts, politicians and public managers are attempting to find ways to increase the public value of their actions. Policymakers are increasingly acknowledging the potential that lies in publicly disclosing more of the data that they hold, as well as incentivizing individuals and organizations to access, use, and combine it in new ways.  Due to technological advances which include smarter phones, better ways to track objects and people as they travel, and more efficient data processing, it is now possible to build systems which use shared, transparent data in creative ways. The book adds to the current conversation among academics and practitioners about how to promote public value through data disclosure, focusing particularly on the roles that governments, businesses and non-profit actors can play in this process, making it of interest to both scholars and policy-makers.



Inhalt

Introduction:
public value and private organizations.- Collaboration and trust-building
among public and private actors.- Labeling, certification, and consumer trust.- Privacy,
secrecy, and system security.- Strategies for collaborative governance.- Collaborative
standards and hard law.- Long-term goals and power structures groups
in the longer term.- Conclusion: Encouraging private sector transparency.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Private Data and Public Value
Untertitel: Governance, Green Consumption, and Sustainable Supply Chains
Editor:
EAN: 9783319802237
ISBN: 3319802232
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing
Anzahl Seiten: 220
Gewicht: 341g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T12mm
Jahr: 2018
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016

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