Publications

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Publication List (a selection)

Journals

Viscusi,G.,Batini,C.(2016)Information Production and Social Value for Public Policy: A Conceptual Modeling Perspective, Policy & Internet, 8 (3), 334–353.

Viscusi,G.(2015)Digital business innovation: roadmaps and attitudes from a FutureEnterprise perspective, in Génie Logiciel, vol. 115, p. 36-41.

Batini, C., Rula, A., Scannapieco, M., Viscusi, G. (2015). From Data Quality to Big Data Quality, Journal of Database Management, 26(1), 61-83, January-March 2015. (Impact factor 2015: 0.951 – ISI Journal)

Misuraca, Gianluca, and Gianluigi Viscusi. “Shaping Public Sector Innovation Theory: An Interpretative Framework for ICT-Enabled Governance Innovation.” Electronic Commerce Research, 2015, 1–20. doi:10.1007/s10660-015-9184-5.

Comerio, M., Batini, C., Castelli, M., Grega, S., Rossetti, M., & Viscusi, G. (2015). Service Portfolio Management: a repository-based framework. Journal of Systems and Software, (0). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2015.01.055. (Impact Factor 2013: 1.245 – ISI Journal)

Viscusi,G.,Spahiu,B.,Maurino,A.,Batini,C.(2014).Compliancewithopengovernmentdatapolicies:An empirical assessment of Italian local public administrations. Information Polity 19, 263–275. doi:10.3233/IP- 140338

Viscusi G, Castelli M, Batini C. (2014) Assessing Social Value in Open Data Initiatives: A Framework. Future Internet; 6(3): pp. 498-517. ISSN 1999-5903; doi:10.3390/fi6030498.

Zanoni, M., Perin, F., Fontana, F. A., & Viscusi, G. (2014) Pattern detection for conceptual schema recovery in data-intensive systems. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, n/a–n/a. doi:10.1002/smr.1656 , ISSN: 2047-7481, Wiley (Impact Factor 2014: 1.273 – ISI Journal).

Misuraca, G., Viscusi, G. (2014) Is Open Data Enough? E-Governance Challenges for Open Government, in Medaglia, R. (ed.) Special Issue on “Digital Public Sector Evolution: Big Data, Smart Cities, and Open Innovation”, International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 10(1), 18-34, January-March 2014.

Batini, C., Castelli, M., Viscusi, G. (2013) An experience of integration of service repositories, International Journal of Management & Information Technology, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.205-214, ISSN 2278-5612.

Misuraca, G., Alfano, G., Viscusi, G. (2011) A Multi-Level Framework for ICT-Enabled Governance: Assessing the Non-Technical Dimensions of ‘Government Openness’, Electronic Journal of e-Government, Volume 9, Issue 2, 2011, (pp. 152 – 165), available online at www.ejeg.com, ISSN 1479-439X, Academic Publishing International Ltd.

Misuraca, G., Alfano, G., Viscusi, G. (2011) Interoperability Challenges for ICT-enabled Governance: Towards a pan-European Conceptual Framework, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, ISSN 0718–1876 Electronic Version, Vol 6 / Issue 1 / April 2011 / 95-111.

Misuraca, G., Viscusi, G. (2010) e-Governance for Development: lessons learned and strategic principles for designing an operational roadmap, Special Issue on: “Methodologies, Technologies and Tools Enabling e-Government”, International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG), Volume 3 (2), Pages: 118 – 133, Inderscience.

Batini C., Viscusi G., Cherubini D. (2009) GovQual: a Quality Driven Methodology for eGovernment Project Planning. Government Information Quarterly, Volume 26, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 106-117, Elsevier (Impact Factor 2009: 2.098 – ISI Journal).

Palmonari, M., Viscusi, G., Batini, C. (2008) A semantic repository approach to improve the government to business relationship. Data & Knowledge Engineering, Volume 65, Issue 3, June 2008, Pages 485-511, Elsevier (Impact Factor 2008: 1.480 – ISI Journal).

Books

Viscusi, G., Batini, C., Mecella, M. (2010) Information Systems for eGovernment: a quality of service perspective, Springer, Heidelberg.

Edited Books

Viscusi, G., Campagnolo, GM., Curzi, Y. (eds. – 2012) “Phenomenology, Organizational Politics and IT Design: The Social Study of Information Systems”, IGI Global, March 2012, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0303-5, ISBN13: 9781466603035, ISBN10: 1466603038, EISBN13: 9781466603042

Invited Talks/Presentations

Keynote speech: “Open government: determinants and challenges”, The 8th annual meeting of the Working Group on Open and Innovative Government “The way forward: concrete actions for Open and Innovative Government”, jointly organised by the Ministry of Public Administration and Security of the Republic of Korea and the MENA-OECD Governance Programme on 29-30 October 2012, Paris.

Talk: “Open Data and e-Participation as Open Government pillars” Conference “Open Data et e-Participation”, organised by La Présidence du Gouvernement, represented by l’Unité de l’Administration électronique, in association with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 03-04 April 2012, Hôtel El Mechtel Tunis.

Keynote speech: “OECD policy frameworks and instruments: how academics can contribute? Reflections from MENA experiences”, The 7th meeting of the OECD Working Group II on Open and Innovative Government “Open to be innovative: a new partnership between citizens and their governments”, 28~29, November 2011, Seoul, Republic of Korea.

Talk: “The Use of Formal Representation in Information Systems under a Phenomenological Perspective.” Social Informatics Cluster meeting, November 12th, 2011, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Tutorial (with Carlo Batini) “Planning e-Government Information Systems: Methods, and Experiences from the eG4M Framework” (June 12th, 2011 ), 12th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2011), Digital Government Innovation in Challenging Times, University of Maryland, College Park MD, Sunday – Wednesday, June 12–15 2011.

Talk: “Modernising the Public Administration: the Case of E‐Government in the Palestinian Authority – Comments and guidelines for a roadmap”, Workshop Policy tools for regulatory quality, better service delivery and enhanced integrity: supporting implementation, organised by the MENA-OECD Governance Programme with the Palestinian National Authority (Ramallah, 7 April 2011).

“The eG4M methodology: a quality-of-service perspective on Information Systems for eGovernment”, Guest Presentation at the Center for Applied Information and Communication Technology (CAICT), Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, November 9th, 2010.

“Policy: The GovQual Methodology, the Italian Case. Overview” and “Tools: The GovQual Methodology, the Case of the eGovernment for Mediterranean Countries (eG4M)”, Workshop E-Government Tools in Practice: How to Develop a Sound Implementation Road Map organised by the MENA-OECD Governance Programme with the Palestinian National Authority (Ramallah, 5-7 July 2010).

“Principles, Policies and Juridical Issues in E-Government Project Planning: A Methodological Framework”, Information Systems Research Forum, Information Systems Group and Innovation Group (London School of Economics and Political Science), 28 January 2010.