Global e-government: theory, applications and benchmarking

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Idea Group Pub., 2007 - Business & Economics - 383 pages
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Interest in e-government, both in industry and in academies, has grown rapidly over the past decade, and continues to grow. Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking is written by experts from academia and industry, examining the practices of e-government in developing and developed countries, presenting recent theoretical research in e-government, and providing a platform to benchmark the best practices in implementing e-government programs. Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking provides helpful examples from practitioners and managers involving real-life applications, while academics and researchers in the field of information systems and e-government contribute theoretical insights.

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