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Luis Luna-Reyes

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor
  • University at Albany Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
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Research interests

Digital GovernanceInformation Technology in GovernmentInterorganizational CollaborationDynamic SimulationDigital government

About

Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes is a Professor of Information Policy and Digital Government Strategy at the Department of Public Administration and Policy in the University at Albany in Albany, NY. He is also a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Technology in Government. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Science from the University at Albany. His PhD work involved the understanding of information systems and information technology management in organizations, information policies and the use of modeling and simulation for the study of complex systems. He is also a member of the Mexican National Research System, a peer-reviewed distinction for the most productive and influential Mexican researchers. His research focuses on electronic government, information policy and on modeling collaboration processes in the development of information technologies across functional and organizational boundaries. His research interests are related to areas such as inter-organizational collaboration, information sharing, open data policies and business models, smart disclosure, success of government-wide Web sites, and information policy. His research encompasses the use of multi-method approaches, ranging from the qualitative case studies to the statistical and simulation methods, where qualitative findings inform quantitative results and vice-versa. Research projects in which Luna-Reyes has been involved combine several research approaches to better understand success and value creation in digital government, open data and smart disclosure initiatives. In the last 10 years, he has been Principal or Co-Principal Investigator in about 15 funded projects. His projects have received grants from research agencies such as the National Council for Science and Technology in Mexico and the National Science Foundation in the US, as well as contracts from policy oriented organizations such as the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), INFOTEC in Mexico, and the Puentes Consortium. Research methods and approaches used in this projects include mixed-methods approaches involving intensive interviewing, focus groups, surveys, secondary data analysis, content analysis, and dynamic simulation. One of his current funded projects, by the Mexican National Council for Science and Technology, involves the study of process of value creation through government web portals from the citizen perspective. The project is a continuation of previous research exploring the ways in which institutional, organizational and interorganizational factors affected success in developing government portals.

Co-authors (107)

  • Leonardo Oliveira
  • Sahabanali Bahrami
  • Wilson Gomes
  • Amizan Omar
  • Fernando Martínez Rico
  • Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan

Publications (5)

  • An experimental platform for interpreting open-source health data though integration with dynamic disease models and geoplots

    • Rich E
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  • Reflections on peer mentoring for ongoing professional development in system dynamics

    • Richardson G
    • Black L
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  • Full information product pricing: An information strategy for harnessing consumer choice to create a more sustainable world

    • Luna-Reyes L
    • Zhang J
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  • A preliminary ontology for tracking certification systems: A case study of fairtrade coffee certification

    • Sayogo D
    • DePaula N
    • Tayi G
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  • A stakeholder analysis of interoperable data architecture: The case of I-Choose

    • Sayogo D
    • Jarman H
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Editorships

International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age

Member of the Editorial Review Board

2014 - Present

International Journal of E-Politics

Member of the Editorial Review Board

2014 - Present

International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development

Member of the Editorial Review Board

2014 - Present

Government Information Quarterly

Member of the Editorial Board

2011 - Present

System Dynamics Review

Managing Editor

2010 - Present

Professional experience

Associate Professor

University at Albany Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy

August 2016 - Present

Associate Professor

University at Albany College of Computing and Information

January 2015 - July 2016(2 years)

Associate Professor

Universidad de las Americas Puebla School of Business and Economy

June 2004 - December 2014(11 years)

Education

PhD in Information Science

University at Albany College of Computing and Information

August 2000 - May 2004(4 years)

Master in Business Administration

Universidad de las Americas Puebla

January 1996 - December 1998(3 years)

Bachellor of Arts (Education)

Universidad de las Americas Puebla

August 1986 - May 1992(6 years)