In the summer of 2013, I took on a contract by Hertie School of Governance to conduct background research for their new “Election Blog”, covering the German Federal elections of 2013.
More specifically, I was tasked to identify topics, analyse party positions and prepare blog article in the field of digital government and digitalisation in general.
In the end, only two articles made it to publication:
- Open Educational Resources in Deutschland: viel Wohlwollen, wenig Ideen
- Trusted Computing: Offene Plattformen für Innovation und Wahlfreiheit