Full Text Documents

Search


Table of Contents
Electronic Government
Hans Jochen Scholl, Olivier Glassey, Marijn Janssen, Bram Klievink, Ida Lindgren, Peter Parycek, Efthimios Tambouris, Maria A. Wimmer, Tomasz Janowski, Delfina Sá Soares
Front Matter

E-Government Foundations


Making Sense of Indices and Impact Numbers: Establishing Leading EGOV Scholars’ “Signatures”
Hans Scholl
3-18
Cross-Context Linking Concepts Discovery in E-Government Literature
Bojan Cestnik, Alenka Kern
19-30
Open Statistics: The Rise of a New Era for Open Data?
Evangelos Kalampokis, Efthimios Tambouris, Areti Karamanou, Konstantinos Tarabanis
31-43

Open Government


Open Data Innovation Capabilities: Towards a Framework of How to Innovate with Open Data
Silja Eckartz, Tijs Broek, Merel Ooms
47-60
Open Data Research in the Nordic Region: Towards a Scandinavian Approach?
Iryna Susha, Paul Johannesson, Gustaf Juell-Skielse
61-73
Open Government Data Ecosystems: Linking Transparency for Innovation with Transparency for Participation and Accountability
Luigi Reggi, Sharon Dawes
74-86
Open Government Policies: Untangling the Differences and Similarities Between the US and the EU Approach
Rui Lourenço
87-98
Towards Effective and Efficient Open Government in Parliaments with Situational Awareness-Based Information Services
Elena Sánchez-Nielsen, Francisco Chávez-Gutiérrez
99-112

E-government Services and Governance


Coordinating Decision-Making in Data Management Activities: A Systematic Review of Data Governance Principles
Paul Brous, Marijn Janssen, Riikka Vilminko-Heikkinen
115-125
Determinants of Clarity of Roles and Responsibilities in Interagency Information Integration and Sharing (IIS)
Djoko Sayogo, J. Gil-Garcia, Felippe Cronemberger
126-134
Requirements for an Architecture Framework for Pan-European E-Government Services
Ansgar Mondorf, Maria Wimmer
135-150
Integrating Digital Migrants: Solutions for Cross-Border Identification from E-Residency to eIDAS. A Case Study from Estonia
Gerli Aavik, Robert Krimmer
151-163
IS Acquisition Characteristics in the Public Sector
Paula Mäki-Lohiluoma, Pasi Hellsten, Samuli Pekkola
164-175
E-Government Challenges: Methods Supporting Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
Catherine Mkude, Maria Wimmer
176-187
Techno-Government Networks: Actor-Network Theory in Electronic Government Research
Marcelo Fornazin, Luiz Joia
188-199

Smart Innovations


An Analytic Framework for Open Government Policy Design Processes
Alex Ingrams
203-214
In Search of ICT in Smart Cities – Policy Documents as Idea Carriers in Urban Development
Karin Axelsson, Ulf Melin, Malin Granath
215-227
Towards a “Smart Society” Through a Connected and Smart Citizenry in South Africa: A Review of the National Broadband Strategy and Policy
More Manda, Judy Backhouse
228-240
Social Smart City: Introducing Digital and Social Strategies for Participatory Governance in Smart Cities
Robin Effing, Bert Groot
241-252
Beyond Bitcoin Enabling Smart Government Using Blockchain Technology
Svein Ølnes
253-264
Making Computers Understand Coalition and Opposition in Parliamentary Democracy
Matthias Steinbauer, Markus Hiesmair, Gabriele Anderst-Kotsis
265-276
Digital Networks in Public Administration: The Case of #Localgov
Panos Panagiotopoulos, Dennis Widt
277-286
Construction of Enterprise Architecture in Discourses Within the Public Sector
Juha Lemmetti
287-298
Towards Trusted Trade-Lanes
Joris Hulstijn, Wout Hofman, Gerwin Zomer, Yao-Hua Tan
299-311

 

 


Designed by Inria-IES Team : http://hal.inria.fr/    Hosted by HAL : http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/