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E-government success factors and measures : theories, concepts, and methodologies

This book investigates successful e-government initiatives in a modern technological environment, exploring both benefits and challenges due to various technical, organizational, social, and contextual factors"--Provided by publisher
Print Book, English, 2013
Information Science Reference, Hershey, Pa, 2013
388 p.
9781466640580, 9781466640603, 1466640588, 146664060X
857226511
Toward a Theory of E-Government Interorganizational Collaboration: Generic Structures for Cross-Boundary Requirements Analysis Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes, David F. Andersen
Pages 1-23. In this chapter, the authors present a series of causal maps that constitute an initial effort in the creation of a generic theory of interorganizational ... 2. Modeling IT Evolution in E-Government: Theories and a Proposed Model Sukumar Ganapati, Christopher G. Reddick
Pages 24-39. This chapter is a critical review of the models of e-government in adopting Information Technology (IT). The authors acknowledge that the models are useful and are ... 3. E-Government Success: How to Account for ICT, Administrative Rationalization, and Institutional Change Antonio Cordella
Pages 40-51. E-government is a complex undertaking, which encompasses technological, organizational, and institutional elements
Much research in the field has looked at ICT as ... 4. The Digital Divide vs
the E-Government Divide: Do Socio-Demographic Variables (Still) Impact E-Government Use among Onliners?
Bjoern Niehaves, Elena Gorbacheva, Ralf Plattfaut
Pages 52-65. E-government is beneficial for both citizens and public administrations
However, there are great differences in citizens' e-government usage and, thus, there ... Anthropological Thinking about E-Government Evaluation Marc K. Hébert
Pages 66-86. E-government evaluative practices are examined here anthropologically by questioning their theoretical and methodological assumptions
The scope of analysis ... 6. Public Sector Knowledge Networks: Measures and Conditions for Success Sharon S. Dawes
Pages 88-103. This chapter focuses on success in Public Sector Knowledge Networks (PSKNs). These networks are especially salient in the context of e-government where ... Sustainability of E-Government Success: An Integrated Research Agenda Ralf Klischewski, Lemma Lessa
Pages 104-123. The long-term success of e-government initiatives is of paramount importance, especially for developing countries, which face challenges such as limited budget ... 8. Empowering Citizens: A Constructivist Assessment of the Impact of Contextual and Design Factors on Shared Governance Mary Griffiths
Pages 124-141. The federal government of Australia has established an innovative although uneven record in shared governance initiatives in a climate of political stability and ... 9. Exploring the Socio-Political Determinants of Open Budget: A Cross-National Perspective Djoko Sigit Sayogo, Teresa Harrison
Pages 142-170. In a study of budgetary transparency and accountability, this chapter examines how a country's disclosure of budget information is related to a set of ... 10. Delineating Three Dimensions of E-Government Success: Security, Functionality, and Transformation Alexandru V. Roman
Pages 171-192. This chapter draws upon the historical evolution of e-government and at the extant body of knowledge in order to delineate the dimensions that are critical for the ... 11. E-Government in Public Diplomacy: An Exploratory Analysis on Factors Affecting Interactive Interfaces in Ministry of Foreign Affairs Web Sites Hyung Min Lee, Kevin Y. Wang, Yejin Hong
Pages 193-211. In an attempt to empirically explore the ways in which governments take advantage of interactive interfaces on the Web for public diplomacy purposes, the authors ... 12. Method and Lessons from Evaluating the Impact of E-Participation Projects in MOMENTUM Maria Wimmer, Melanie Bicking
Pages 213-234. Decreasing election turnouts and citizens' disinterest in democracy galvanized the European Commission (EC) to co-fund a set of e-participation pilot projects ... 13. Open Government Success Factors in Government Websites: The Mexican Experience Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazán. Pages 235-251. Open Government Websites are a different perspective for presenting government information
In the Mexican case, it is mandatory by law since 2002 to present some ... 14. Methodology for Risk Assessment and Costs Associated with Risk Occurrence in E-Government Projects Neven Vrcek, Petra Peharda, Dušan Mundar
Pages 252-272. The main purpose of this chapter is to emphasize the problem of e-government project risks and to introduce a methodology for risk assessment and calculation of ... 15. Criteria for Assessing the Success of E-Government Projects Fatma Bouaziz, Jamil Chaabouni
Pages 273-288. In this chapter, the authors examine the criteria to use in assessing the success of e-government projects
Through an empirical enquiry based on case studies of ... 16. Assessing E-Government Success Strategies using Internet Search Data Katherine M. Boland, John G. McNutt
Pages 289-307. Evaluating e-government programs can be a challenging task
While determining program features and capacity are relatively straightforward processes, exploring the ... 17. Applying Open Innovation Strategies to eGovernment for Better Public Services Georgousopoulos Christos, Ziouvelou Xenia, Ramfos Antonis, Kokkinakos Panagiotis, Anshu Jain, G.R. Gangadharan, Taher Yehia
Pages 308-331