Case Studies in e-Government 2.0: Changing Citizen by Imed Boughzala,Marijn Janssen,Saïd Assar

By Imed Boughzala,Marijn Janssen,Saïd Assar

The aim of this e-book is to supply a complete, multi-dimensional method of learn and perform in e-government 2.0 implementation. Contributions from a global panel of specialists practice various methodological techniques and illustrative case reviews to provide cutting-edge research and perspectives.

Around the realm, governments are using technological developments to revolutionize their methods of operating, leading to altering relationships between public enterprises and their elements. very important enablers are new makes use of of knowledge and knowledge-sharing applied sciences that emerged with the appearance of the internet 2.0 paradigm; at the start utilized in the non-public area, such hassle-free, participatory, intuitive and versatile net 2.0 applied sciences (e.g., blogs, Wikis, RSS, social networking systems, folksonomy, podcasting, mashups, digital worlds, open associated information, etc.) are more and more disseminated in the expert sphere, despite association kind or box of activities.

Current e-government environments have passed through huge ameliorations in an try to fulfill the incessant call for for extra complicated e-service supply, greater entry to info and extra effective govt administration. seeking to the long run, the emergence of net 2.0, the increase of social networks and the broader dissemination of knowledge and knowledge are anticipated to generate many advantages, similar to a greater fit among public companies and voters' expectancies, higher adoption of on-line companies via voters and higher keep watch over of prices and prevention of delays within the implementation of latest providers. Governments worldwide are development frameworks and recommendations for e-government 2.0, within the hopes of bettering participation, transparency and integration, whereas dashing up the speed of innovation via collaboration and consultation.

This quantity addresses a niche within the examine literature, supplying well timed insights at the e-government 2.0 phenomenon and instructions for destiny perform and policy.

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