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Title Electronic governance and cross-boundary collaboration : innovations and advancing tools / Yu-Che Chen and Pin-Yu Chu, editors
Published Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), [2012]
copyright 2012
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Description 1 online resource (368 pages) : digital files
Contents 1. To cross or not to cross the boundaries?: a reflection on electronic public service integration / Kuan-Chiu Tseng and Lung-Teng Hu -- 2. Government information sharing: a framework for policy formulation / Elsa Estevez ... [and others] -- 3. Cross-boundary collaboration of E-governance in Taiwan / Yu-Hsieh Sung -- 4. E-government implementation in belgium and its link with the European dimension / Frank Leyman -- 5. Global comparative study on the relationship between user's traits and public E-service quality / Chih-Hao Chang and Toshio Obi -- 6. Trust and public services in E-government based on customer orientation / Li-chun Chiang -- 7. Thailand citizen centric e-government service: maturity and challenges / Jirapon Tubtimhin -- 8. E-government performance measurement: a citizen-centric approach in theory and practice / Forrest V. Morgeson -- 9. Impact of E-governance on businesses: model development and case study / Naiyi Hsiao, Pin-yu Chu and Chung-pin Lee -- 10. Using Internet survey to evaluate the effects of E-government: the case of Taiwan's tax return filing system / Tong-yi Huang, Chung-Pin Lee and Naiyi Hsiao -- 11. Municipal E-government services in emerging economies: the Latin-American and Caribbean experiences / Manuel Pedro Rodr̐Μưiguez Bol̐Μưivar, Maria del Carmen Caba P̐Μưerez and Antonio Manuel L̐Μưopez Hern̐Μưandez -- 12. E-government at the grassroots: existing challenges, pending opportunities / Lawrence E. Wood --
13. Institutions of information access and constraint: the cases of China and India / Jeannine E. Relly -- 14. Transparency in electronic governance: freedom of information via governmental Website / Jing Shiang, Jin Lo and Hui-Ju Wang -- 15. The use of Internet by diasporic communities for political mobilization / Maricarmen Sanchez and Sukumar Ganapati -- 16. Government capacity enhancement and political progress: Chinese E-government effectiveness and value assessment / Feng-Chun Yang -- 17. Internet use and governance in China / Kaifeng Yang, Chengfu Zhang and Jun Tang -- 18. Vision 2020: a case study of Web 2.0 application to public governance in Taiwan / Ching-Heng Pan, Don-Yun Chen and Chian-Wen Wang -- 19. A framework for Government 2.0 development and implementation: the case of U.S. Federal Government / Yu-Che Chen
Summary "This book will provide research-based policy and management recommendations for innovative e-governance, focusing on recent developments that will shape the future of e-governance"--Provided by publisher
Analysis Cross-border interoperability
Deliberative E-governance
E-governance and Web 2.0
Cross-boundary collaboration
Information sharing
Transparency in government
Integration of E-government services
Measuring E-government performance
Online civic engagement
Social networking
Knowledge management
Web 2.0 in government
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
Description based on title screen (IGI Global, viewed July 18, 2011)
Subject Internet in public administration.
Internet in public administration -- International cooperation.
Form Electronic book
Author Chen, Yu-Che.
Chu, Pin-Yu, 1965-
IGI Global.
LC no. 2011008675
ISBN 9781609607548 (ebook)