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Sharon Dawes

Government information strategy and management, cross-boundary information sharing, international digital government research sector

The World Within Reach
Sharon Dawes
Senior Fellow
 

Department: Center for Technology in Government

Affiliated Faculty
Department of Information Science, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Address:
Center for Technology in Government, 187 Wolf Rd, Suite 301
Phone:
518-442-3892

 

Education

Ph.D., Public Administration, 1991, University at Albany/State University of New York, Dissertation: A Theory of Interagency Information Sharing

B.A. Magna cum laude, American Studies, 1974, University at Albany/State University of New York

Research Interests

Government information strategy and management, cross-boundary information sharing, international digital government research sector

Publications

Selected Publications

Dawes, Sharon S., Cresswell, Anthony M. and Pardo, Theresa A. (2009). From need to know to need to share: tangled problems, information boundaries, and the building of public sector knowledge networks, Public Administration Review, 69(3): 392-402.

Dawes Sharon S. (2009). Governance in the digital age: a research and action framework for an uncertain future. Government Information Quarterly, 26(2): 257-264.

Dawes, Sharon S. (2008). The evolution and continuing challenges of e-governance. Public Administration Review, 68(6): 82-102.

Eglene, Ophelia, Dawes, Sharon S. and Schneider, Carrie A. (2007). Leadership and authority patterns in public sector knowledge networks, American Review of Public Administration, 37(1): 91-113.

Eglene, Ophelia and Dawes, Sharon S. (2006). Challenges and strategies for conducting international public management research, Administration and Society, 38: 596-622.

Zhang, Jing, Dawes, Sharon S. (2006). Expectations and perceptions of benefits, barriers, and success in public sector knowledge networks, Public Performance and Management Review, 29(4):433-466.