Political and Socioeconomic Implications of Open Data Politics

  • Maxat KassenEmail author
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This conclusion chapter presents generalizations on key findings of the whole empirical research with a primary focus on further discussion of main assumptions presented in empirical parts of the work. In particular, the author tried to analyze the most important political, economic, and social drivers of open data politics and identify the role of key policymakers and stakeholders in promoting open government, first of all, as a networking movement that is popular in both public and private sectors of national economy and at different institutional levels. In general, the research demonstrates that open data politics should be regarded as a multidimensional undertaking, taking into account not only various political, socioeconomic, and administrative aspects of country contexts that apparently have direct implications on its development but also such indirect domains of the concept promotion as, for example, the traditions of collaboration of both public and private stakeholders in related decision-making or administrative practices that encourage digital centralization as an implementation mechanism in the area.


Open data politics Key findings Open government phenomena Theoretical contributions Practical contributions 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Eurasian Humanities InstituteAstanaKazakhstan

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