Social media in Romanian public administration – case study: National Institute of Statistics

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Iulia Alexandra Nicolescu; Andreea Mirica; (2015)
  • Journal: Romanian Statistical Review Supplement,volume 63,issue 9 September,pages147-157
  • Subject: public administration, National Institute of Statistics, social media

Social media offers great opportunities especially, considering widening transparency in public administration. Given the importance, the challenges and the complexity of social media-based communication in public administration, this paper aims to provide an analysis o... View more
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