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AI & SOCIETY

, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp 123–130 | Cite as

How E-government affects the organisational structure of Chinese government

  • Zelin LiEmail author
Open Forum

Abstract

China is undergoing rapid economic and political change, accompanied by developments in e-government, with radical implications for citizens. The article considers the modernisation of government organisation, and challenges of technology management.

Keywords

Chinese Government Chinese Central Government Office Automation Transformational Government Government Informatisation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre for Working Life Research, Kingston Business SchoolKingston UniversityKingstonUK

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