E-Government: Towards Electronic Democracy

International Conference, TCGOV 2005, Bolzano, Italy, March 2-4, 2005. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-540-25016-6 (Print) 978-3-540-32257-3 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. e-Democracy: Improving Citizen Participation and Policy Making

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      Using Weblogs to Support Local Democracy

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      Web-Based Tools for Policy Evaluation

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      Pages 25-35

      Can Online Map-Based Applications Improve Citizen Participation?

  3. e-Democracy: Experiences from Different Countries

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      Pages 36-47

      Interactive Tools for e-Democracy: Examples from Switzerland

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      “Public Budget Dialogue” – An Innovative Approach to E-Participation

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      Pages 57-69

      Enhancing e-Democracy Via Fiscal Transparency: A Discussion Based on China’s Experience

  4. Political and Societal Implications

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      Pages 70-80

      Third Way e-Government: The Case for Local Devolution

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      Pages 81-90

      “Urban Versus Regional Divide: Comparing and Classifying Digital Divide”

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      Pages 91-99

      e-Citizen: Why Waiting for the Governments?

  5. Security for e-Government Services

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      Pages 100-111

      A Zero Knowledge Proof for Subset Selection from a Family of Sets with Applications to Multiparty/Multicandidate Electronic Elections

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      Pages 112-121

      A Protocol for Anonymous and Accurate E-Polling

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      Model Driven Security for Inter-organizational Workflows in e-Government

  6. Semantic Web Technologies for e-Government

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      Pages 134-146

      e-Government: A Legislative Ontology for the ‘SIAP’ Parliamentary Management System

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      Pages 147-156

      No (e-)Democracy Without (e-)Knowledge

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      Pages 157-168

      Towards a Semantically-Driven Software Engineering Environment for eGovernment

  7. Architectures for Government Application Integration

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      Pages 169-180

      Towards Requirements for a Reference Model for Process Orchestration in e-Government

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      Pages 181-192

      A Distributed Architecture for Supporting e-Government Cooperative Processes

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      Pages 193-204

      eGovernment Service Marketplace: Architecture and Implementation

  8. Case Studies for Government Application Integration

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      Pages 205-212

      Towards Building E-Government on the Grid

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      Pages 213-224

      Applying the ISO RM-ODP Standard in E-Government

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