Stefania Leone is tenured researcher and assistant professor in Sociology at the Department of Political, Social and Communication Sciences (DISPSC). She teaches Theory and Methods of Communication for Public Administrationsand Theory and Analysis of Social Institutions(undergraduate and master degree programme). She coordinates the Observatory for Communication and Participation of Youth Cultures (OCPG),a research centre on youth which is established within the DISPSC of the University of Salerno by the Youth Department of the Campania Region. Her research areas cover the fields of sociology, public policies, social research methods and communication. Particularly, she is interested in the study of social and governmental institutions (information and network society; social processes in the public realm; evaluation of public policies); social interactions and youth studies. She is author of monographic studies, essays and articles.
Today the Commission published the eGovernment benchmark report, which assesses the use of information and communications technologies in public administrations, as well as the levels of cross-border interoperability and digital interaction between administrations and citizens or businesses in the EU Member States and 8 non-EU countries. This year’s study shows improvements in the level of […]
The Web Summit is the largest tech conference in the world. More than 70 000 attendees are expected to gather in Lisbon, with 1200 speakers and participants from 160 countries for 4 days of networking and business. The European Commission will have a corporate stand at the Web Summit and the Directorate-General for Communication Networks, […]
The European Commission’s Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (Connect) is organising a workshop exploring the synergies between cloud, extreme scale data & high performance computing infrastructure and machine-learning methodologies. The aim is to investigate options to underpin an efficient European Earth system modelling capability in the future and a coherent support to EU […]
The 2019 eGovernment Benchmark report shows remarkable improvements in the Transparency and Key enablers indicators. Even though there is still a significant gap between the leaders and laggards in eGovernment in all four Top-level benchmarks, it has been steadily narrowing in the last few years. The report also highlights how trust in government is increasingly […]
The purpose of this call for tenders is to review and update the International Digital Economy and Society Index (I-DESI), published in 2018. The contractor shall calculate the index for three to five years (covering data from 2015 to 2019, or as recent as possible when some of these years are not available) and to […]