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This paper combines survey and large-scale log data to examine how well users’ perceptions of their audience match their actual audience on Facebook.
When you share content in an online social network, who is listening? Users have scarce information about who...
The internet facilitates instant and inexpensive communication across large distances. Perhaps the most striking feature of online 'crowdfunding' is the broad geographic dispersion of investors in small, early-stage projects. This contrasts with existing theories that predict entrepreneurs and investors will be co-located due to distance-sensitive...
This paper explores the mechanisms through which multinational corporations the environmental regulatory policies of states.
Many countries in the majority world, because of international pressure or for domestic reasons, are in the process of establishing and strengthening their environmental regulatory framework. At the same...
Recent meetings between Australian and United States officials resulted in significant developments on two key issues: the unresolved conundrum of the Australian and US strategic relationship vis-a-vis China, and Australia’s deepening integration into US global space-based intelligence and military communications systems.
In particular, the...
Two fundamental information policy principles, stewardship and usefulness, can help guide and evaluate efforts to achieve information-based transparency.
This paper, produced by the United States based Center for Technology in Government, is a conceptual and empirical exploration of the tensions inherent in the drive...