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International E-Government Development Policy, Implementation and Best Practice

This book collects studies about the perceptions of stakeholders, such as public managers and politicians, regarding the need to implement e-government projects as a way to improve efficiency, participation, transparency and accountability in governments, specifically in developing countries. In addition, the book analyses and shows different experiences, in a comparative way, regarding e-government projects. Thus, it highlights a benchmark analysis which is useful for governments as it identifies the key aspects to enable e-government projects to be successful. In sum, this book offers a current overview to provide a roadmap that leads from problem definitions to problem-solving methods and innovations for future progress.

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Author (individual) Laura Alcaide Muñoz & Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar (Editors)
Publication place Switzerland
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date 2017
Pagination 331
Keywords E-Government,Policy,E-Government strategy,E-Government challenges,Democratizing government,Civic engagement,E-Democracy
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Date modified August 15, 2020, 18:43 (UTC)