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Government-driven participation and collective intelligence : A case of the government 3.0 initiative in Korea

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Title Government-driven participation and collective intelligence
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A case of the government 3.0 initiative in Korea

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Nam, Taewoo

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Basel, Switzerland:Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

Date 2016-10
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Information:vol. 7(no. 4)
Pages 14
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Government and Law < Political Systems
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The Park Geun-hye Administration of Korea (2013–2017) aims to increase the level of transparency and citizen trust in government through the Government 3.0 initiative. This new initiative for public sector innovation encourages citizen-government collaboration and collective intelligence, thereby improving the quality of policy-making and implementation and solving public problems in a new way. However, the national initiative that identifies collective intelligence and citizen-government collaboration alike fails to understand what the wisdom of crowds genuinely means. Collective intelligence is not a magic bullet to solve public problems, which are called “wicked problems”. Collective deliberation over public issues often brings pain and patience, rather than fun and joy. It is not so easy that the public finds the best solution for soothing public problems through collective deliberation. (The rest omitted)