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The current situation requires all of us to adapt our teaching formats and ways of working in order to provide an educational and interesting semester even without face-to-face sessions on campus.Please be aware that we also try to accommodate to these circumstances.
Data becomes more and more crucial for formulating government policies and delivering public services. This growing relevance of data(-driven) governance triggers various crucial issues and questions such as the emergence and effects of bias in the data foundation of automated decision-making or how to regulate companies but also other (non-)governmental actors utilizing data for their business models and activities. Similarly, one may discuss the effects of an accelerated increase in data infrastructure for energy consumption or the implications of data(-driven) governance for public sector employees engaged in policy design and service delivery. This seminar discusses these and other aspects of data(-driven) governance with an empirical focus on Germany (and other modern democracies).
available via moodle
The seminar combines asynchronous and synchronous elements.
Very important: The Moodle-key will be distributed among all participants registered in PULS by Friday, 09 April 2021, 17.00h. You will receive an email with the key and further instructions by Monday, 12 April 2021.
Requirements (participation only):
Requirements (module assessment, Modulprüfung):
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