Administrative Informatics A Roundtable on the Conceptual Foundations of a Public Administration-Centered Data Science Subfield

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Michael Overton Overton
Stephen Kleinschmit
Mary Feeney
Federica Fusi
Nick Hart
Spiro Maroulis
Kayla Schwoerer
Eric Stokan
Herchel Thomas
Samuel Workman


data science, information systems, administrative informatics, data infrastructure, scientific knowledge accumulation


The purpose of this roundtable is to present, argue, and evaluate the role of administrative informatics in behavioral public administration. This essay is broken up into three sections. The first section introduces the substantive focus of administrative informatics and how it can be studied. The second section introduces the central concepts required to establish a new approach to scientific knowledge production. The final section provides a short overview of the contributions of the roundtable and nests them within the arguments established in this essay.

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