Transparency in the contexts of Brazilian and Spanish Governments: Proposal of a model for comparative analysis
PublisherUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid. Fundación General
CitationEncuentros Multidisciplinares 67 (2021): 1-17
This study aims to propose a model for the assessment of transparency web portals of Brazilian and Spanish governments at sub-national level in order to allow for comparison between the two contexts and suggest improvements to their levels of transparency. The article is based on a constructivist perspective and adopts as an intervention instrument one of the methodologies arising from European school of operations research, namely Multi-Criteria Decision Aid – Construtivist (MCDA-C). It is believed that this study can contribute to the discussion of government transparency on the Internet, since it seeks to address the issue not only from a legal perspective, but from a broader perspective, incorporating elements of assessment that go beyond legal requirements, and seeks to present an application at a level of government not yet explored thoroughly in the academic field
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