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Electronic Government
Marijn Janssen, Hans Jochen Scholl, Maria A.Wimmer, Frank Bannister (Eds.)
Front Matter

Foundations


The EGOV Research Community: An Update on Where We Stand
Hans Scholl
1-16
The Development in Leading e-Government Articles 2001-2010: Definitions, Perspectives, Scope, Research Philosophies, Methods and Recommendations: An Update of Heeks and Bailur
Christian Madsen, Jesper Berger, Mick Phythian
17-34
An Online Transparency for Accountability Maturity Model
Rui Lourenço, Leila Serra
35-46
Towards an Evaluation Model for Open Government: A Preliminary Proposal
Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, J. Gil-Garcia
47-58
Contextual Factors Influencing Health Information Systems Implementation in Public Sector – Investigating the Explanatory Power of Critical Success Factors
Karin Axelsson, Ulf Melin
59-71
PA Meets IS Research: Analysing Failure of Intergovernmental Information Systems via IS Adoption and Success Models
Lies Cauter, Monique Snoeck, Joep Crompvoets
72-83

Services and Interoperability


Interconnecting Governments, Businesses and Citizens – A Comparison of Two Digital Infrastructures
Bram Klievink, Anneke Zuiderwijk, Marijn Janssen
84-95
The Role of Trust in the Prioritization of Channel Choices
Kai-Jo Fu, Chung-Pin Lee
96-105
Identifying a Public Sector Information Systems (PSIS) for E-service: A Case of Land Records E-service in Bangladesh
Muhammad Alam, Laurence Brooks
106-119
Source and Channel Choices in Business-to-Government Service Interactions: A Vignette Study
Yvon Boer, Willem Pieterson, Rex Arendsen, Manon Groot
120-132
Connecting People: Semantic-Conceptual Modeling for Laws and Regulations
Tom Engers, Sjir Nijssen
133-146
Modelling Process Intensive Scenarios for the Smart City
Riccardo Cognini, Flavio Corradini, Andrea Polini, Barbara Re
147-158
Shared Services: Maverick or Originator?
Paolo Depaoli, Maddalena Sorrentino, Marco Marco
159-170

Policy and Stakeholders


Assessing Policy Making for ICT Innovation: A Decision Support Research Agenda
Ciara Fitzgerald, Frédéric Adam
171-180
Open Government Data: Facilitating and Motivating Factors for Coping with Potential Barriers in the Brazilian Context
Claudio Albano, Nicolau Reinhard
181-193
Analyzing Stakeholders in Complex E-Government Projects: Towards a Stakeholder Interaction Model
Vanessa Greger, Dian Balta, Petra Wolf, Helmut Krcmar
194-205
LAN House Implementation and Sustainability in Brazil: An Actor-Network Theory Perspective
Carla Soares, Luiz Joia
206-217
Bridging the Digital Divide at the Regional Level? The Effect of Regional and National Policies on Broadband Access in Europe’s Regions
Pau Palop García, Basanta Thapa, Björn Niehaves
218-229
Designing a Second Generation of Open Data Platforms: Integrating Open Data and Social Media
Charalampos Alexopoulos, Anneke Zuiderwijk, Yannis Charapabidis, Euripidis Loukis, Marijn Janssen
230-241
Categorization of Brazilian Internet Users and Its Impacts on the Use of Electronic Government Services
Marcelo Araujo, Nicolau Reinhard
242-252
A Decision Model for Data Sharing
Silja Eckartz, Wout Hofman, Anne Veenstra
253-264
Policy, Process, People and Public Data
Ann-Sofie Hellberg
265-276
Is the Public Motivated to Engage in Open Data Innovation?
Gustaf Juell-Skielse, Anders Hjalmarsson, Paul Johannesson, Daniel Rudmark
277-288

Design and Values


Dialectics and Contradictions in Public Procurement of Information Systems
Carl Moe, Maung Sein
289-300
Strategic Aspects for Successful E-government Systems Design: Insights from a Survey in Germany
Catherine Mkude, Maria Wimmer
301-312
Proposing an Entrepreneurial Process for the Co-creation of IT Value
Hans Solli-Sæther, Leif Flak
313-324
Developing Value-Centric Business Models for Mobile Government
Chien-Chih Yu
325-336

 

 


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