Journal: EG

Volume 2, Issue 4

369 -- 383N. Ben Fairweather, Simon Rogerson. Interfaces for electronic voting: focus group evidence
384 -- 402Jay Liebowitz, James Simien. Computational efficiencies for multi-agents: a look at a multi-agent system for sailor assignment
403 -- 412Susan Haugen. E-government, cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism: a population at risk
413 -- 425Richard A. McMahon, Linda Bressler. E-government: do audits aid the netologically disadvantaged
426 -- 445France Belanger, Lemuria Carter, L. Christian Schaupp. U-government: a framework for the evolution of e-government
446 -- 459Madi Al-Sebie, Zahir Irani, Tillal Eldabi. Issues relating to the transaction stage of the e-government system
460 -- 471Richard A. McMahon. E-government: effects on the netologically disadvantaged

Volume 2, Issue 3

247 -- 276Madi Al-Sebie, Zahir Irani. Technical and organisational challenges facing transactional e-government systems: an empirical study
277 -- 291Chung-Chu Liu. Using e-governmental indicators to build virtual value chain
292 -- 304Rune Glomseth, Petter Gottschalk. Research propositions for determinants of police investigation performance
305 -- 317Lai C. Liu, Kai S. Koong, Sunaina Chugani. Department of Education Community Technology Center grant allocations
318 -- 333Jyoti Choudrie, Gheorghita Ghinea. Integrated views of e-government website usability: perspectives from users and web diagnostic tools
334 -- 352Shirley Ann Becker. Potential trust barriers in US state e-government privacy policies
353 -- 368Andrea L. Houston, Yurong Yao, Chitu Okoli, Edward Watson. Will remote electronic voting systems increase participation?

Volume 2, Issue 2

111 -- 133Princely Ifinedo, Reggie Davidrajuh. Digital divide in Europe: assessing and comparing the e-readiness of a developed and an emerging economy in the Nordic region
134 -- 143Alexandros Patelis, Chris Petropoulos, Konstantinos Nikolopoulos, Binshan Lin, Vassilis Assimakopoulos. Tourism planning decision support within an e-government framework
144 -- 159Li-Ling Hsu. The adoption and implementation of Projects-ABCDE (MOEA) based on grounded and TAM theory
160 -- 176Frank Bannister. E-government and administrative power: the one-stop-shop meets the turf war
177 -- 187Jiang Yu, Xin Fang. The strategic roles of government in e-infrastructure development: case studies of China and Korea
188 -- 204John J. H. Im, Jin-Wan Seo. E-government in South Korea: planning and implementation
205 -- 218Chandra S. Amaravadi. Digital repositories for e-government
219 -- 246Alan D. Smith. Identity theft as a threat to CRM and e-commerce

Volume 2, Issue 1

1 -- 10Elizabeth A. McDaniel. Facilitating cross-boundary leadership in emerging e-government leaders
11 -- 25Alina M. Chircu, Daniel Hae-Dong Lee. E-government: key success factors for value discovery and realisation
26 -- 40Amit Mitra. Direction of electronic governance initiatives within two worlds: case for a shift in emphasis
41 -- 55Costas Vassilakis, George Lepouras, Constantin Halatsis, Tomás Pariente Lobo. An XML model for electronic services
56 -- 76Jiaqin Yang, Sanjay Paul. E-government application at local level: issues and challenges: an empirical study
77 -- 86Kostas S. Metaxiotis, John E. Psarras. A conceptual analysis of knowledge management in e-government
87 -- 110Alan D. Smith. Gauging acceptability of governmental intervention in terms of smart card technology