Dr. F. (Fernando) Kleiman PhD
Dr. F. (Fernando) Kleiman PhD
I am a Lecturer in the ICT section / ESS Department to support educational activities of MOT 1531, developing a gaming interventions, and supporting practical work. I defended my Ph.D. at TUDelft in September 2021, using design sciences to develop a quasi-experiment to test a game to change civil servants' attitudes towards open data. My research covered actual discussions in Digital government, bureaucracy behaviour, decision-making and policymaking. In case of interest, refer to my thesis at https://repository.tudelft.nl/islandora/object/uuid%3A01bc5442-00a4-45ca-ae48-1440ef16f833.
In the last year, I worked as a lecturer-researcher in the Master Design Driven Innovation (MaDDI) from NHL-Stenden, where I was responsible for guiding students in the many assessments and evaluations we can run on serious games. Besides other academic activities, such as conferences and seminars, I used to teach Public Administration and Federalism (University of the Federal District/Brazil), I had my bachelor's in Economics (University of Sao Paulo/Brazil) and my Masters in Sociology (University of Brasilia/Brazil).
I still integrate the Brazilian Federal Government staff as a civil servant, working in a part-time remote position in the Ministry of Economy. I have been a Public Policy and Governmental Management Expert for more than 15 years, having worked in different ministries and contributed to developing and managing various public policies. Some of the most pertinent ones were supporting policies to fight poverty, inequality and hunger in the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of Social Development. I also integrated the initial team of the government innovation lab, G*Nova, and the parliament monitoring group in President Dilma Rousseff's cabinet.
Serious gaming, digital government, decision-making and policymaking.
I am a Lecturer in the ICT section / ESS Department to support educational activities of MOT1531, SEN1611 and SEN9725, developing gaming interventions, and supporting practical work. I also advise Bachelor and Master students, specially in topics related to: serious gaming, digital government, decision-making and policymaking.
I have a PhD in Systems Engineering where I have researched the use of games to change civil servants' attitudes towards providing open data (https://repository.tudelft.nl/islandora/object/uuid%3A01bc5442-00a4-45ca-ae48-1440ef16f833).
Previously, I worked as lecturer-researcher at NHL-Stenden (The Nethelrands) in the Serious Gaming Master program, as a game evaluation specialist. I had my Bsc in Economics (University of São Paulo - USP), my Msc in sociology (University of Brasília - UnB) and lectured in political sciences (Centro Universitário do Distrito Federal - UniDF).
I've published papers on Open Government, Open data, Serious gaming, Solidarity Based Economy and social policies.
How do personality traits influence Open Government Data (OGD) adoption and usage? Investigating the indirect and moderating effects
Nina Rizun / Charalampos Alexopoulos / Stuti Saxena / Fernando Kleiman / Ricardo Matheus
New ways for monitoring the public workforce after the pandemic
The management and performance program in the Brazilian Federal Government
Fernando Kleiman / Roberto Seara Mac Hado Pojo Rego / Rogerio De Souza Farias / Nathália Junca Nogueira / Thais Barral De Oliveira Brito / Danilo Marasca Marasca Bertazzi / Marcelo Mendes Barbosa
Understanding civil servants' intentions to open data
factors influencing behavior to disclose data
Fernando Kleiman / Sylvia J.T. Jansen / Sebastiaan Meijer / Marijn Janssen
A Systematic Literature Review on the Use of Games for Attitude Change
Searching for Factors Influencing Civil Servants' Attitudes
F. Kleiman / Sebastiaan Meijer / M.F.W.H.A. Janssen
Changer le comportement des agents publics face à l’ouverture des données publiques
évaluation de l’effet d’un jeu par comparaison des intentions avant et après l’intervention
F. Kleiman / M.F.W.H.A. Janssen / Sebastiaan Meijer
2009-04-21 - 2024-09-30
Public administration, government, social security