1. ICEGOV 2007:
China Tomasz Janowski, Theresa A. Pardo (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV 2007, Macao, China, December 10-13, 2007.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 232 ACM 2007, ISBN 978-1-59593-822-0
- Sharon S. Dawes:
Advancing e-governance: connecting learning and action.
- Olu Agunloye:
An overview of the implementation of e-government program in Nigeria.
- Guido Bertucci:
E-government global readiness report 2008 from e-government to knowledge management.
Formal engineering methods for electronic governance
- Jim Davies, Tomasz Janowski, Adegboyega K. Ojo, Aadya Shukla:
Technological foundations of electronic governance.
- Bernd Stadlhofer, Peter Salhofer:
Automatic generation of e-government forms from semantic descriptions.
- Xiaoyi Chen, Weiqiang Kong, Kokichi Futatsugi:
Formal support for e-government system design with transparency consideration.
- Charles Crichton, Jim Davies, Jeremy Gibbons, Steve Harris, Aadya Shukla:
Semantic frameworks for e-government.
- Andreas Ekelhart, Stefan Fenz, Thomas Neubauer, Edgar Weippl:
Formal threat descriptions for enhancing governmental risk assessment.
Interoperability for electronic governance
Knowledge management and electronic governance
Electronic government and organizational transformation
Policy development for electronic governance
Economics for electronic governance
- Ganesh Prasad Adhikari:
Key issues in implementing e-governance in Nepal.
- Mahbubul Alam:
E-governance: scope and implementation challenges in Bangladesh.
- O. Jide Falabi:
The benefits and challenges of e-governance implementation in a third world country: Lagos State University as a case study.
- Jaijit Bhattacharya, Sourabh Suman:
Analysis of popular open source licenses and their applicability to e-governance.
- Piyush Gupta:
Challenges and issues in e-government project assessment.
- Timothy Mwololo Waema, Winnie Mitullah:
E-governance and governance: a case study of the assessment of the effects of integrated financial management system on good governance in two municipal councils in Kenya.
- Carola Pessino, Ricardo Fenochietto:
How to implement a national coordinated system for the identification of individuals and information exchange to improve fiscal and social equity: lessons from Latin American countries.
- Madan P. Pariyar:
E-government initiatives in Nepal: challenges and opportunities.
Innovative applications 1
Innovative applications 2
Development and electronic governance
- D. C. Misra:
Sixty years of development of e-governance in India (1947-2007): are there lessons for developing countries?
- Sabri Saidam:
Knowledge and e-governance building in conflict affected societies: challenges and mechanisms.
- Johanna Ekua Awotwi, George Owusu:
e-governance in an environment with limited resources: a case study of Ghana.
- Young-Sik Kim, Manish Pokharel, Byung-Seub Lee:
e-government implementation strategy in least developed countries: a Nepalese case.
Rural electronic governance
Cases in electronic governance
- Neeta Verma, Sangeeta Singh, Durga Prasad Misra:
Citizen participation in the process of ICT enabled governance: a case study.
- Robert O. Dode:
Prospects of e-government implementation in Nigeria.
- Mawaki Chango:
Challenges to e-government in Africa south of Sahara: a critical view, and provisional notes for a research agenda.
- Anastasia A. Golubeva:
Evaluation of regional government portals on the basis of public value concept: case study from Russian federation.
Research and applications
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- Adamantios Koumpis, Marios Chatzidimitriou, Vasiliki Moumtzi, Vassilios Peristeras:
Empowering user and development communities involvement for collaborative e-gov networks.
- Mohamed Saïd Ouerghi:
ICT governance in Tunisia.
- Pierre Dandjinou:
e-governance strategies in Cape Verde and South Africa: from service delivery to e-participation.
- Ganbold Nyamdorj:
Public-private partnerships in Mongolian electronic government.
- John M. Kandiri, Silas Onyango:
e-government an ingredient to the successful implementation of the government funded secondary education in Kenya.
- Abdul Raufu Ambali, Rozalli Hashim:
e-government in Malaysia: trends, policy, issues and initiatives.
- Zdenek Struska, Jirí Vanícek:
Complexity estimation of egovernment applications development.
- Diana Ishmatova:
Assessing user needs for m-government services: a case study of information mobile campus services.
- Bimal Pratap Shah, Subarna Shakya:
Evaluating the web accessibility of websites of the central government of Nepal.
- Pengzhu Zhang, Lin Zhu:
A case study on urban community e-government: from grid administration to grid service.
- Mohammad Lagzian:
A diagnostic framework to identify the major challenges in transition from a traditional government to e-government.
- Mona Sharma:
Hotspots in the high himalayas: project management case study of the information and communication technology global development alliance.