Journal: EG

Volume 3, Issue 4

347 -- 355Ailsa Kolsaker. Reconceptualising e-government as a tool of governance: the UK case
356 -- 372Wanchai Varavithya, Vatcharaporn Esichaikul. Dealing with discretionary decision making in e-government: an open government approach
373 -- 385Jyoti Choudrie, Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou. Lessons learnt from the broadband diffusion in South Korea and the UK: implications for future government intervention in technology diffusion
386 -- 403Colette Brunschwig. Visualising legal information: mind maps and e-government
404 -- 419Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Hosein Gharavi, Khalil Khoumbati. Examining the socio-economic determinants of adoption of the Government Gateway initiative in the UK
420 -- 438Dionysis Kefallinos, Maria A. Lambrou, Efstathios D. Sykas. Secure PKI-enabled e-government infrastructures implementation: the SYZEFXIS-PKI case
439 -- 452Gary P. Moynihan, Robert G. Batson. Development of a matrix methodology for database reengineering and improvement: an e-government case study

Volume 3, Issue 3

225 -- 240Louis Raymond, Sylvestre Uwizeyemungu, François Bergeron. Motivations to implement ERP in e-government: an analysis from success stories
241 -- 255Rosemary H. Wild, Kenneth A. Griggs. A funding choice decision model for financing promising e-government services
256 -- 271Fuchung Wang, Sharne Koung Chou, Binshan Lin. Developing fully functional e-healthcare information systems: a four-stage framework
272 -- 288Jyoti Choudrie, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi. A comparative study to examine the socio-economic characteristics of broadband adopters and non-adopters
289 -- 305Arthur R. Edwards. Facilitating the monitorial voter: retrospective voter information websites in the USA, UK and The Netherlands
306 -- 328Carlo Batini, Riccardo Grosso, Guglielmo Longobardi. Design of repositories of conceptual schemas for large-scale e-government projects
329 -- 346Zahid Parvez. Examining e-democracy through a double structuration loop

Volume 3, Issue 2

113 -- 126Sang M. Lee, Xin Tan, Silvana Trimi. M-government, from rhetoric to reality: learning from leading countries
127 -- 138Ailsa Kolsaker, Liz Lee-Kelley. Citizen-centric e-government: a critique of the UK Model
139 -- 157Panayiotis Tahinakis, John Mylonakis, Nicolaos Protogeros. The contribution of e-government to the modernisation of the Hellenic taxation system
158 -- 173Lori Klamo, Wayne Wei Huang, K. L. Wang, Taowen Le. Successfully implementing e-government: fundamental issues and a case study in the USA
174 -- 189Szu-Yuan Sun, Teresa L. Ju, Pi-Yu Chen. E-government impacts on effectiveness: a survey study of an e-official-document system
190 -- 203Gary P. Moynihan, Robert G. Batson. Development of a matrix methodology for database reengineering and improvement: an e-government case study
204 -- 224Dag von Lubitz, Nilmini Wickramasinghe. Key challenges and policy implications for governments and regulators in a networkcentric healthcare environment

Volume 3, Issue 1

5 -- 17Miltiadis D. Lytras. The Semantic Electronic Government: knowledge management for citizen relationship and new assessment scenarios
18 -- 35Lakshmi S. Iyer, Rahul Singh, Al Farooq Salam, Fergle D Aubeterre. Knowledge management for Government-to-Government (G2G) process coordination
36 -- 55Christian Wagner, Karen S. K. Cheung, Rachael K. F. Ip, Stefan Böttcher. Building Semantic Webs for e-government with Wiki technology
56 -- 73Wajee Teswanich, Chutiporn Anutariya, Vilas Wuwongse. A Knowledge Management system framework for governmental regulating processes
74 -- 92Ljiljana Stojanovic, Nenad Stojanovic, Dimitris Apostolou. Change management in e-government: OntoGov case study
93 -- 104Jennifer Blechar, Ioanna D. Constantiou, Jan Damsgaard. Understanding behavioural patterns of advanced mobile service users
105 -- 112Saggi Nevo, Henry Kim. How to compare and analyse risks of internet voting versus other modes of voting