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Electronic Government

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Does the Answer to eGovernment Lie in Intermunicipal Collaboration? An Exploratory Italian Case Study
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    Chapter 2 Pacta Sunt Servanda but Where Is the Agreement? The Complicated Case of eCustoms
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    Chapter 3 Implementation Challenges: Competing Structures When New Public Management Meets eGovernment
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    Chapter 4 The Influence of Power in the Development of an Information Infrastructure
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    Chapter 5 Case Study on the Effects of Administrative Informatization on the Organizational Structure for the Central Government in Korea
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    Chapter 6 Control, De-politicization and the eState
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    Chapter 7 Adoption of High Impact Governmental eServices: Seduce or Enforce?
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    Chapter 8 eGovernment Project Evaluation: An Integrated Framework
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    Chapter 9 Managing Benefits in the Public Sector. Surveying Expectations and Outcomes in Norwegian Government Agencies
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    Chapter 10 Pre-determinants of Implementing IT Benefits Management in Norwegian Municipalities: Cultivate the Context
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    Chapter 11 Evaluation of ICT Investments in Public Administrations Based on Business Process Models
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    Chapter 12 Capability Maturity Framework for eGovernment: A Multi-dimensional Model and Assessing Tool
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    Chapter 13 eGovernment Front-End Services: Administrative and Citizen Cost-Benefits
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    Chapter 14 Building a Value-Centric e-Government Service Framework Based on a Business Model Perspective
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    Chapter 15 Unity in Diversity: An Analysis of Inter-governmental Cooperation in the Field of geoICT
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    Chapter 16 eElectioneering: Current Research Trends
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    Chapter 17 Using Online Public Services: A Measurement of Citizens’ Operational, Formal, Information and Strategic Skills
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    Chapter 18 Citizen Participation and Involvement in eGovernment Projects: An Emergent Framework
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    Chapter 19 Channel Perceptions and Usage: Beyond Media Richness Factors
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    Chapter 20 Digital Divide in eGovernment: The eInclusion Gap Model
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    Chapter 21 Engineering User Requirements for e-Government Services: A Dutch Case Study
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    Chapter 22 Transparent Complexity by Goals
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    Chapter 23 Driver or Passenger? An Analysis of Citizen-Driven eGovernment
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    Chapter 24 Improving Trust in Composite eServices Via Run-Time Participants Testing
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    Chapter 25 Test Strategies for Evaluation of Semantic eGovernment Applications
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    Chapter 26 A Modular Reference Architecture Framework for Electronic Cross-Organizational Interoperation
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    Chapter 27 Semantic Integration of eGovernment Services in Schleswig-Holstein
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    Chapter 28 Semi-automatic Ontology Construction for Improving Comprehension of Legal Documents
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    Chapter 29 Paving the Way to eGovernment Transformation: Interoperability Registry Infrastructure Development
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    Chapter 30 From Cooperation to Cooperability
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    Chapter 31 Challenges of Government Enterprise Architecture Work – Stakeholders’ Views
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    Chapter 32 Introducing a Public Agency Networking Platform towards Supporting Connected Governance
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Electronic Government
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Springer Berlin Heidelberg, August 2008
DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-85204-9
978-3-54-085203-2, 978-3-54-085204-9

Wimmer, Maria A., Scholl, Hans J., Ferro, Enrico

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Country Count As %
Unknown 168 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Ph. D. Student 4 2%
Student > Master 2 1%
Student > Bachelor 1 <1%
Lecturer 1 <1%
Other 1 <1%
Other 1 <1%
Unknown 158 94%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Business, Management and Accounting 3 2%
Social Sciences 2 1%
Economics, Econometrics and Finance 1 <1%
Computer Science 1 <1%
Engineering 1 <1%
Other 0 0%
Unknown 160 95%