Knowledge Management in Government: New Perspectives / Roland Traunmüller
eParticipation -- Did We Deliver What We Promised? / Alexander Prosser
Factors Affecting the Development of e-Government in Saudi Arabia / Emmanuel Nyakwende and Ali Al Mazari
The Framework for Monitoring the Development Process and Inspection of Government Information System and Technology: A Case Study in Thailand / Wichian Chutimaskul and Suree Funilkul
Online Tender Evaluation: VietNam Government e-Procurement System / La Anh Tuan and John Debenham
Composable Modeling and Execution of Administrative Procedures / Sergiusz Strykowski and Rafał Wojciechowski
A Design Framework for Collaboration in Systems of Systems / Igor T. Hawryszkiewycz
A Study of Factors Influencing e-Government Service Acceptance Intention: A Multiple Perspective Approach / Chih-Hui Hsiao, Hui-Chih Wang and Her-Sen Doong
Towards User-Friendly e-Government Solutions: Usability Evaluation of Austrian Smart-Card Integration Techniques / Thomas Zefferer and Vesna Krnjic.
Unique Identity Enabled Service Delivery through NSDG / Swapnil Shrivastava, Zia Saquib, Gopinath P. and Peeyush Chomal
FedCohesion: Federated Identity Management in the Marche Region / Serenella Carota, Flavio Corradini, Damiano Falcioni, Maria Laura Maggiulli and Fausto Marcantoni, et al.
Livelock and Deadlock Detection for PA Inter-organizational Business Processes / Damiano Falcioni, Andrea Polini, Alberto Polzonetti and Barbara Re
A Service-Oriented Integration Platform to Support a Joined-Up E-Government Approach: The Uruguayan Experience / Laura González, Raúl Ruggia, Jorge Abin, Guzmán Llambías and Raquel Sosa, et al.
Modeling Administrative Procedures to Improve Information to the Public / José Félix Muñoz, Carlos Bobed and Francisco Serón
The Co-Creation Machine: Managing Co-Creative Processes for the Crowd / John Debenham and Simeon Simoff
A Worked Proposal on eParticipation for State Wide Elections / Artur Afonso Sousa, Pedro Agante and Luís Borges Gouveia.
Test Implementation of the "Guarantor" Internet Voting System: Design Principles, Operation, and Approbation / Sergey Ablameyko, Nikolai Kalosha, Sergey Bratchenya and Vitali Lipen
EBEST Platform Supporting SMEs to Manage Supply Chain and Collaborate / Katalin Ternai and Ildikó Szabó
Using Social Network Technology to Provide e-Administration Services as Collaborative Tasks / Ourania Hatzi, Mara Nikolaidou, Panagiotis Katsivelis-Perakis, Valentino Hudhra and Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos
Do Different Types of SNS Have Different Impacts on Participatory Social Capital? / Sangin Park, Yeontai Choi, Dukyun Hwang and Miyon Paek
Allowing Continuous Evaluation of Citizen Opinions through Social Networks / Francesco Buccafurri, Lidia Fotia and Gianluca Lax
From E to O: Towards Open Participation as a Guiding Principle of Open Government / Michelle Anna Ruesch, Sebastian Basedow and Jan-Henning Korte
A Framework for Storing and Providing Aggregated Governmental Linked Open Data / Tomáš Knap, Martin Nečaský and Martin Svoboda
Exploring Data Integration Strategies for Public Sector Cloud Solutions / Alexander Breil, Patrik Hitzelberger, Paulo Da Silva Carvalho and Fernand Feltz.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Joint International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective, and Electronic Democracy, EGOVIS/EDEM 2012, held in Vienna, Austria, in September 2012, in conjunction with DEXA 2012. The 27 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. They cover topics from recent research fields such as open data, cloud applications, interoperability and e-government architectures, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 solutions and public dialogies. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: e-government country studies; e-government processes; identy management in e-government; e-government: process management; e-participation; social networks; and open data. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : E. Elgar, c1998.
Book — xvi, 308 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Beyond the New Public Management provides an analysis of current conceptual debates in public management and governance. It critically reviews attempts made over the last two decades to apply the 'new public management' model in developed and developing countries. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Second edition. - Princeton, N.J : Princeton University Press, 1967, [reprinted 1970]
Book — 1 online resource (xiv, 513 pages)
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What is the role of the public bureaucracy in social, economic, and political development? What are the alternatives of development for newly emerging nation-states? How does a bureaucracy satisfy or inhibit the requisites of democratic development? Twelve outstanding scholars-Joseph LaPalombara, Fritz Morstein Marx, S. N. Eisenstadt, Fred W. Riggs, Bert F. Hoselitz, Joseph J. Spengler, Merle Fainsod, Carl Beck, J. Donald Kingsley, John T. Dorsey, Ralph Braibanti, and Walter B. Sharp-approach these questions both by historical analysis (in the U.S. and in a score of countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa), and by empirical field research (in such varied places as Nigeria, Pakistan, and Viet Nam). Originally published in 1963. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905. (source: Nielsen Book Data)