Reddick, Christopher G.

Comparative E-Government

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Table of contents

1. E-government Maturity over 10 Years: A Comparative Analysis of E-government Maturity in Select Countries Around the World
M. Naveed Baqir, Lakshmi Iyer

2. Framework of E-governance at the Local Government Level
Hakikur Rahman

3. A Comparative Study of Contents of E-government Service Websites of Middle East and North African (MENA) Countries
Abebe Rorissa, Devendra Potnis, Dawit Demissie

4. Towards E-participation in the Middle East and Northern Europe
Girish J. “Jeff” Gulati, David J. Yates, Anas Tawileh

5. Evaluation of the Impact and Adoption of E-government Services in the Balkans
Ourania I. Markaki, Dimitris E. Charilas, Dimitrios Askounis

6. A Challenging E-journey Along the Silk Road: Lessons Learned from E-governments in China and India
Alankar Bandyopadhyay, Sahar D. Sattarzadeh

7. Digital Government in North America: A Comparative Analysis of Policy and Program Priorities in Canada, Mexico, and the United States
Luis F. Luna-Reyes, Theresa A. Pardo, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Celene Navarrete, Jing Zhang, Sehl Mellouli

8. Adoption of Web 2.0 by Canadian and US Governments
F. Dianne Lux Wigand

9. E-government and Federalism in Italy and Canada—A Comparative Assessment
Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi, Jeffrey Roy

10. Adoption of E-government by Disadvantaged Groups in the United States and the United Kingdom
Doria Pilling

11. Implementing E-Government Locally—An Empirical Survey from the European Metropolitan Area Rhine-Neckar
Sebastian Olbrich

12. E-government Adoption Landscape Zambia: Context, Issues, and Challenges
Bwalya Kelvin Joseph

13. Challenges of Effective E-governance: Problems of Transparency, Infrastructure, and Connectivity in Kenya
David Wachira, Sudha Arlikatti

14. The Politics of E-government in Spain: Between Recent Innovations and Old Inertias
J. Ignacio Criado

15. Technological Adoption of a Privatised E-government: Implications for Democracy and Socially Marginalised Communities in Brazil
José Rodrigues Filho

16. The Challenges of E-governance in a Small, Developing Society: The Case of Trinidad and Tobago
Ann Marie Bissessar

17. Towards E-government Transformation in Turkey: Policy and Implementation
Hatice Özkan Sancak, Sevcan Güleç

18. Measuring E-government Adoption by Governments: The Greek Case
Leonidas G. Anthopoulos, Vassilis C. Gerogiannis, Panos Fitsilis

19. Critical Factors for Adoption of E-government: Validity of Adoption Model in Indian Context
Mahmud A. Shareef, Norm Archer, Vedmani Sharan, Vinod Kumar

20. Conceptualizing and Implementation of E-government in India
Subhajyoti Ray

21. E-government in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Mustafa Sağsan, Mete Yıldız

22. SCRAN’s Development of a Trans-national Comparator for the Standardisation of E-government Services
Mark Deakin

23. Public Participation Geographic Information Systems: A Literature Survey
Sukumar Ganapati

24. Learning with GIS-Based Monitors in the Netherlands
Dennis Kool

25. Bridging the Other Divide: An Assessment of the Usability of Trinidad and Tobago Government Ministry Websites
Charlene M. L. Roach, N. Joseph Cayer

26. E-government in New Zealand: Local Governments, Digital Divides and the National Digital Strategy
Kay Fielden, Pam Malcolm

27. A Study of E-government and Political Indicators in Developing Nations with and Without Access-to-Information Laws
Jeannine E. Relly

28. Socializing E-governance: A Parallel Study of Participatory E-governance and Emerging Social Media
Eleni-Revekka Staiou, Dimitris Gouscos

29. E-government, Accountability, and Performance: Best-in-Class Governments in European Union Countries
Rebecca L. Orelli, Emanuele Padovani, Eric Scorsone

30. The OECD Budgetary Transparency: An Examination of Online Budgetary Information Across European Union Countries
Carmen Caba Pérez, Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar, Antonio Manuel López Hernández

31. Does Size or Geography Matter? Empirical Analysis of Finnish Local Government Services on the Internet
Tommi A. Inkinen

32. E-Government Interoperability Framework: A Case Study in a Developing Country
Pavel Shvaiko, Adolfo Villafiorita, Alessandro Zorer, Lourino Chemane, Teotonio Fumo

Keywords: Computer Science, Information Systems and Communication Service

Publication year
Integrated Series in Information Systems
Page amount
18 pages
Information Technology, Telecommunications

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