Comparative E-Government

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-6535-6 (Print) 978-1-4419-6536-3 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

  2. Comparing Countries and Regions

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      Pages 1-1

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      E-government Maturity over 10 Years: A Comparative Analysis of E-government Maturity in Select Countries Around the World

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      Pages 23-47

      Framework of E-governance at the Local Government Level

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      Pages 49-69

      A Comparative Study of Contents of E-government Service Websites of Middle East and North African (MENA) Countries

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      Pages 71-90

      Towards E-participation in the Middle East and Northern Europe

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      Pages 91-114

      Evaluation of the Impact and Adoption of E-government Services in the Balkans

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      Pages 115-138

      A Challenging E-journey Along the Silk Road: Lessons Learned from E-governments in China and India

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      Pages 139-160

      Digital Government in North America: A Comparative Analysis of Policy and Program Priorities in Canada, Mexico, and the United States

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      Pages 161-181

      Adoption of Web 2.0 by Canadian and US Governments

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      Pages 183-199

      E-government and Federalism in Italy and Canada—A Comparative Assessment

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      Pages 201-220

      Adoption of E-government by Disadvantaged Groups in the United States and the United Kingdom

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      Pages 221-237

      Implementing E-Government Locally—An Empirical Survey from the European Metropolitan Area Rhine-Neckar

  3. Country Case Studies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 239-239

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      Pages 241-258

      E-government Adoption Landscape Zambia: Context, Issues, and Challenges

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      Pages 259-273

      Challenges of Effective E-governance: Problems of Transparency, Infrastructure, and Connectivity in Kenya

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      Pages 275-297

      The Politics of E-government in Spain: Between Recent Innovations and Old Inertias

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      Pages 299-311

      Technological Adoption of a Privatised E-government: Implications for Democracy and Socially Marginalised Communities in Brazil

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      Pages 313-329

      The Challenges of E-governance in a Small, Developing Society: The Case of Trinidad and Tobago

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      Pages 331-352

      Towards E-government Transformation in Turkey: Policy and Implementation

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      Pages 353-370

      Measuring E-government Adoption by Governments: The Greek Case

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      Pages 371-389

      Critical Factors for Adoption of E-government: Validity of Adoption Model in Indian Context

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      Pages 391-407

      Conceptualizing and Implementation of E-government in India

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