Journal: EG

Volume 4, Issue 4

365 -- 378Shirish C. Srivastava, Thompson S. H. Teo. What facilitates e-government development? A cross-country analysis
379 -- 394Ernani M. Dos Santos, Nicolau Reinhard. Setting interoperability standards for e-government: an exploratory case study
395 -- 411Shalini Kesar, Vikas Jain. E-government implementation challenges in the UK: a case study at the Trading Standards Department
412 -- 422Steve Jones, Ray Hackney, Zahir Irani. E-government: an e-reverse auction case study
423 -- 435Janis L. Gogan, Christine B. Williams, Jane Fedorowicz. RFID and interorganisational collaboration: political and administrative challenges
436 -- 450Shafi Al-Shafi, Vishanth Weerakkody. Implementing and managing e-government in the State of Qatar: a citizens perspective
451 -- 465Khalil Khoumbati, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Banita Lal, Hsin Chen. Broadband adoption in Pakistan
466 -- 483Thomas A. Horan, Tarun Abhichandani. Exploratory factor analysis of advanced traveller online services
484 -- 508Vishanth Weerakkody, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Laurence Brooks, Michael D. Williams, Anthony Mwange. E-government implementation in Zambia: contributing factors
509 -- 526Mary Tate, David Johnstone, Janet Toland, Robert Hynson. How the current orthodoxy of local government is failing IT managers: an illustrative case study

Volume 4, Issue 3

249 -- 268Emmanouil Magkos, Panayiotis Kotzanikolaou, Christos Douligeris. Towards secure online elections: models, primitives and open issues
269 -- 289Alan D. Smith. Securing e-voting as a legitimate option for e-governance
290 -- 298Kongkiti Phusavat, Pornthep Anussornnitisarn. The digital divide and its implications on e-learning deployment in the Royal Thai Government
299 -- 313Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Naureen Khan, Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou. Consumer adoption and usage of broadband in Bangladesh
314 -- 325Bendik Bygstad, Gjermund Lanestedt, Jyoti Choudrie. Service innovation for e-government: a broadband-based example
326 -- 344Alan D. Smith. Achieving competitive advantage through the use of geographic information systems
345 -- 359Jyoti Choudrie, Willem-Paul Brinkman, Ravinder Pathania. Using diffusion theory to determine the digital divide in e-services: two UK local-area perspectives

Volume 4, Issue 2

127 -- 141Brigita Lipovsek, Stefan Bojnec. An introduction to e-government for cultural goods in Slovenia
142 -- 155Alan D. Smith. E-safety: online uses in occupational safety
156 -- 178Sharif As-Saber, Khalid Hossain, Aashish Srivastava. Technology, society and e-government: in search of an eclectic framework
179 -- 190Raymond Wu. Enterprise integration in e-government
191 -- 203Petter Gottschalk. Information systems in police knowledge management
204 -- 226Anders Henriksson, Yiori Yi, Belinda Frost, Michael Middleton. Evaluation instrument for e-government websites
227 -- 246Adel Ismail Al-Alawi, Mohammed Ahmed Al-Amer. Smartcard implementation in Bahrain: public acceptance and readiness

Volume 4, Issue 1

1 -- 19Elaine D. Seeman, Margaret T. O Hara, James Holloway, Arno Forst. The impact of government intervention on technology adoption and diffusion: the example of wireless location technology
20 -- 42Adela S. M. Lau, Vennesa W. S. Kwok. How e-government strategies influence e-commerce adoption by SMEs
43 -- 58Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Vishanth Weerakkody. Examining the factors affecting the adoption of broadband in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
59 -- 67Petter Gottschalk, Philip Christopher Tolloczko. Maturity model for mapping crime in law enforcement
68 -- 75Ailsa Kolsaker, Liz Lee-Kelley. G2C e-government: modernisation or transformation?
76 -- 96Doug Frye, Thomas Gulledge, Mary Leary, Rainer Sommer, Jimmy Vincent. Public sector enterprise system implementation
97 -- 125R. K. Mitra, M. P. Gupta. Analysis of issues of e-government in Indian police