Current Issues and Trends in E-Government Research, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599042851
  • ISBN-13: 9781599042855
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 332 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released December 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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As emerging trends and research threads surface in the area of e-government, academicians, practitioners, and students face the challenge of keeping up-to-date with new and innovative practices. This eBook provides a complete synopsis of the latest technologies in information policy, security, privacy, and access, as well as the best practices in e-government applications and measurement.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Current Issues and Trends in E-Government Research: Table of Contents.
1: Assessing Digital Government at the Local Level Worldwide: An Analysis of Municipal Web Sites Throughout the World.
2: The Impact of the Internet on Political Activism: Evidence from Europe.
3: E-Government in Canada: Transition or Transformation?.
4: Motives, Strategic Approach, Objectives and Focal Areas in E-Gov-Induced Change.
5: E-Government-Induced Business Process Change (BPC): An Empirical Study of Current Practices.
6: Computer Security in Electronic Government: A State-Local Education Information System.
7: Measuring and Explaining the Quality of Web Sites in the (Virtual) House of Representatives.
8: Electronic Democracy at the American Grassroots1.
9: A Brave New E-World? An Exploratory Analysis of Worldwide E-Government Readiness, Level of Democracy, Corruption, and Globalization.
10: Scenarios for Future Use of E-Democracy Tools in Europe.
11: The Quest for Advocates: Exploring the Missing Political Good Will for E-Democracy in Europe.
12: E-Gov Research 2003–2006: Improvements and Issues.
13: E-Government Research: Capabilities, Interaction, Orientation, and Values.
14: E-Government Adoption in Canadian Municipal Governments: A Survey of Ontario Chief Administrative Officers.
About the Authors.