Djoko Sigit Sayogo
- Open Data: Private sector transparency and Smart disclosure policy
- Information Architecture for Sustainable Consumption
- Motivation for data and information disclosure and sharing
Dr. Sayogo is a senior lecturer in the Department of Economics and Business at the University of Muhammadiyah at Malang (UMM), Indonesia. Additionally, he was the Director at the Center for Economics, Business & Entrepreneurship Development at UMM. His research interests focus on the intersection of information technology, public policy, management, and economic development and on the broad topic of the application of information technology both in public and private entities, including subjects such as information sharing in the financial market, open data, smart disclosure policies, e-financial reporting, and open budget.
Djoko, who was a Postdoctoral Associate at CTG in 2015, worked on the CTG team that aims to develop a proof of concept for global information systems using Semantic Web technologies based on OWL ontology, called I-Choose. He focuses on understanding motivation and incentives for private sector to engage open data and smart disclosure policy to support platform such as I-Choose. He also focuses on understanding the determinants of consumer’s trust on information produced by platform such as I-Choose. In addition, he is currently working on analyzing the determinants of interagency information sharing and integration success.
Djoko served as the head of an undergraduate student accounting laboratory from 2006 to 2007, the head of a computer laboratory from 2007 to 2008, and took charge of managing an Internet training program for students at UMM in 2007. Djoko is an active contributor to major digital government conferences and his publications appear in Government Information Quarterly and Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research.
Sayogo, D.S., Zhang, J., Pardo, T., Tayi, G.K., Hrdinova, J., Andersen, D., & Luna-Reyes, L. (In Press). Open Data to Support Ethical Consumption, The Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER)
Sayogo, D.S. & Pardo, T.A. (2013). Exploring the determinants of scientific data sharing: Understanding the motivation to publish research data. Government Information Quarterly, 30, Supplement1, pp. S19-S31, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2012.06.011.
Sayogo, D.S., Pardo, T.A. & Bloniarz, P. (In Press) Information Flows and Smart Disclosure of Financial Data: A framework for identifying challenges of Cross Boundary Information Sharing. Government Information Quarterly
Sayogo, D.S., & Harrison, T. (2013) Exploring the Socio-Political Determinants of Open Budget: A Cross-National Perspective. In R. Gil-Garcia (Eds), E-Government Success Factors and Measures: Concepts, Theories, Experiences, and Practical Recommendations, Hershey, PA: IGI Global
Sayogo, D.S. & Pardo, T. (2013) Understanding the Success Factors of Smart Data Disclosure Policy: The Case of Green Button, Proceeding of the 14th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, pp. 72-81(Recipient of Best Management/ Policy Paper)
Harrison, T. & Sayogo, D.S (2013) Open Budgets and Open Government: Beyond Disclosure in Pursuit of Transparency, Participation, and Accountability, Proceeding of the 14th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, pp. 235-244 (Nominated for best paper award)
- Ph.D., Public Administration, 2013, Rockefeller College, University at Albany
- M.Acc, Accounting, 2003, The University of Melbourne, Australia
- B.S., Accounting, 1997, The University of Muhammadiyah at Malang, Indonesia