Matheus R, Ribeiro M M, Vaz J C.  2012.  New Perspectives for Electronic Government in Brazil : The Adoption of Open Government Data in National and Subnational Governments of Brazil. :22-29.
Hall W, Shadbolt N, Tiropanis T, O'Hara K, Davies T.  2012.  Open data and charities: state of the art review.
Both W.  2012.  Open Data - what the citizens really want. 8(2)
Maeda E E, Torres J A.  2012.  Open Environmental Data in Developing Countries : Who Benefits ? :410-412.
Meijer AJ, Curtin D, Hillebrandt M.  2012.  Open government: connecting vision and voice. 78(1):10-29.
Dawes SS.  2012.  A Realistic Look at Open Data.
Donovan KP.  2012.  Seeing Like a Slum: Towards Open , Deliberative Development. 13(1):97-104.
Cole RJ.  2012.  Some Observations on the Practice of “Open Data” As Opposed to Its Promise. 8(2)
Braunschweig K, Eberius J, Thiele M, Lehner W.  2012.  The State of Open Data Limits of Current Open Data Platforms Categories and Subject Descriptors.
Kuriyan R, Bailur S, Gigler B-S, Park K R.  2012.  Technologies for Transparency and Accountability. :1-67.
Bates J.  2012.  “This is what modern deregulation looks like” : co-optation and contestation in the shaping of the UK’s Open Government Data Initiative. 8(2)
Shkabatur J.  2012.  Towards Open Government for Enhanced Social Accountability (How To Note). :1-19.
Rojas FM.  2012.  Transit Transparency.
Rojas FM.  2012.  Transit Transparency.
APC, CIPESA.  2012.  Uganda Open Government data readiness study. (April)
Davies T.  2012.  Untangling the data debate: definitions and implications. (March):0-1.
Joshi A, Houtzager PP.  2012.  Widgets or Watchdogs? Conceptual Explorations in Social Accountability 14(2):37-41.
Perini F.  2012.  Workshop report: Fostering a Critical Development Perspective on Open Government Data.