About this Research Theme
Research in digital government is essential for understanding the ethical, legal, and societal implications of emerging technologies. This research informs the development of comprehensive policies that safeguard privacy, promote responsible data usage, and harness the potential of AI for the benefit of society.
Comparative and global environmental politics and policy; international political economy; transnational private governance and private regulation; corporate social responsibility; climate change; natural resource governance
Associate Professor -- public administration, digital government, data governance, civic technology
Mehmet Akif Demircioglu
Assistant Professor -- public sector innovation, public sector entrepreneurship, social media, governance reforms, public management, comparative and international public administration, organization theory, organizational behavior
Nonprofit finance and financial management; governance and leadership; and strategic management
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Auditors have a role in Canadian AI governance initiatives, but it needs clarification
By Graeme Auld, Amanda Clarke, Benjamin Faveri Private auditors provide third-party conformity assessments against principles, practices,...
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
Governing Artificial Intelligence Through Ethical Standards
Major efforts are afoot to govern the ethics of artificial intelligence. In a recent paper, Graeme Auld, Amanda Clarke, Ashley Casovan, and Benjamin Faveri offer a dynamic look at pathways...