While some e-government projects fail to deliver the expected benefits due to numerous technical, organizational, institutional, and contextual factors, information technology continues to be utilized by international governments to achieve countless benefits. E-Government Success around the World: Cases, Empirical Studies, and Practical Recommendations presents the latest findings in the area of e-government success. Written for academics and professionals, this book aims to improve the understanding of e-government success factors and cultural contexts in the field of governmental information technologies in various disciplines such as political science, public administration, information and communication sciences, and sociology.Retrieved from http://www.invest-in-france.org/ Medias/Publications/1171/ifa-e- government-infrance-july-2010.pdf Egner, B., aamp; Kerrouche, E. (2012). ... Qua#39;est-ce que la sociologie? French ... -depresse/suite-a-sa-dissolution-le-forum-des- droitssur-l-internet-partage-ses-contenus-3119.html Fuchs, D., Roller, E., aamp; WeAels, B.(Eds.). ... In Berg, R., aamp; Rao, N. (Eds.), Transforming local political leadership.
|Title||:||E-Government Success around the World: Cases, Empirical Studies, and Practical Recommendations|
|Author||:||Gil-Garcia, J. Ramon|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-06-30|