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Title:Collective territoriality as a major barrier to interagency government data sharing in China: A literature review
Author(s):Chen, Longqi; Lai, Tong; Zhou, Lihong
Literature review
Interagency government data sharing
Territorial behavior
Abstract:This poster presents a research study, which aims to study how territoriality hinders interagency government data sharing (IDS) in China. Aiming at establishing a theoretical basis for future studies, this study employed a structured literature review approach, which consisted a systematic literature search, a liter- ature screening and a thematic analysis. A total of 1,495 articles were retrieved from the China Academic Journal Network Publishing Database (CAJD) and the China Science Periodical Database (CSPD). After screening, 55 articles were in- cluded and analysed using a thematic approach. The literature analysis identified that government agencies presented collective behaviours of territory marking and defending, which are resulted by a TIAO-KUAI government structure and a proprietary data ownership. This poster provides a perspective on the IDS devel- opment in China and offers useful insights which can be shared across international borders.
Issue Date:2020-03-23
Series/Report:iConference 2020 Proceedings
Genre:Conference Poster
Rights Information:Copyright 2020 Longqi Chen, Tong Lai, and Lihong Zhou
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-03-17

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