Electronic Governance - a journal

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Electronic Government An International Journal INDERSCIENCE PUBLISHERS www.inderscience.com
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visit www.inderscience.com Scope of the Journal EG is dedicated to design, development, management, implementation, technology, and application issues in e-government. EG aims to help professionals working in the field, academic educators and policy makers to contribute, to disseminate knowledge, and to learn from each others’ work through cutting-edge thinking in e-government. The international dimension is emphasised to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating technological change and changes in the global economy. Subject coverage: Although the possible set of topics for papers is large and we encourage submission on any area within the scope of e-government, the following areas are not exhaustive, but are particularly suitable: • E-government and e-democracy • E-government and social exclusion • E-governance for development • Interactive e-government study • Public procurement and e-government • G2G e-government: strategy and implementation • E-government: security and trust • E-government business models • Public information infrastructure • E-payments and e-government • E-government: where do we go from here? • E-government impacts on efficiencies, effectiveness, and transparency • Reengineering government administrative process via e-government • E-government in small sized local governments • E-government and homeland defence • Knowledge management in public sector • Technical aspects on knowledge flow in e-government • Cultural, social and political issues in e-government • E-voting and e-lection • Online tax systems Electronic Government An International Journal
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visit www.inderscience.com Members of the Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief Professor Dr. Binshan Lin Louisiana State University in Shreveport, USA Editorial Board Professor Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko University of Tampere, Finland Associate Professor Stuart Barnes Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Professor Dr. Peter P. Chen Louisiana State University, USA Professor Dr. Ye-Sho Chen Louisiana State University, USA Professor Dr. Waiman Cheung The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Professor Dr. P. Pete Chong University of Houston - Downtown, USA
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