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  1. Gov 2.0: Online engagement or a neo-liberal Trojan Horse? Dr Peter John Chen Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney peter.chen@sydney.edu.au

  2. > What is gov 2.0? > ICT-facilitated democracy in Australia > Assumptions > Implications > Future

  3. > What is gov 2.0? >> A disruptive technology >> Gov 2.0 taskforce >> NPM and the third way >> Our fertile ground

  4. > What is gov 2.0? >> A disruptive technology >> Gov 2.0 taskforce … a public policy shift to create a culture of openness and transparency, where government is willing to engage with and listen to its citizens; and to make available the vast national resource of non-sensitive public sector information (PSI). Government 2.0 empowers citizens and public servants alike to directly collaborate in their own governance by harnessing the opportunities presented by technology. >> NPM and the third way >> Our fertile ground

  5. > What is gov 2.0? >> A disruptive technology >> Gov 2.0 taskforce >> NPM and the third way >> Our fertile ground

  6. > ICT-facilitated democracy in Australia >> Electronic and online service delivery >> e-Democracy >> Programmatic approaches and risk

  7. > Assumptions >> Rise of the public sphere >> Decline of the public sphere >> Rise of the social >> Marketplace of ideas

  8. > Implications >> Citizenship >> Government as a “platform” >> Transmission >> Emulation or subordination

  9. > Implications >> Citizenship >> Government as a “platform” >> Transmission ... every big winner has been a platform company: someone whose success has enabled others, who’ve built on their work and multiplied its impact. Microsoft put “a PC on every desk and in every home,” the internet connected those PCs, Google enabled a generation of ad-supported startups, Apple turned the phone market upside down by letting developers loose to invent applications no phone company would ever have thought of. In each case, the platform provider raised the bar, and created opportunities for others to exploit. >> Emulation or subordination

  10. > Implications >> Citizenship >> Government as a “platform” >> Transmission >> Emulation or subordination

  11. >> Capacities >> Pluralism >> Motivation > Future

  12. Gov 2.0: Online engagement or a neo-liberal Trojan Horse? Dr Peter John Chen Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney peter.chen@sydney.edu.au