Journal: EG

Volume 5, Issue 4

345 -- 363Alina M. Chircu. E-government evaluation: towards a multidimensional framework
364 -- 374Petter Gottschalk. Organisational structure as determinant of knowledge management technology in law enforcement
375 -- 389Kathleen M. Boyer-Wright, Jeffrey E. Kottemann. High-level factors affecting availability of online government services worldwide
403 -- 419Yavuz Akpinar, Zerrin Ondin. Citizens use and acceptance of e-government applications of Turkish social security institutions
420 -- 444P. K. Suri, Sushil. Towards a strategy for implementing e-governance applications: a case study of integrated fertilisers management information system based on SAP-LAP framework
445 -- 451Julia Davidson, Petter Gottschalk. Digital forensics in law enforcement: the case of online victimisation of children

Volume 5, Issue 3

227 -- 246Gang-hoon Kim, Sang M. Lee, Jongheon Kim, Sang-Hyun Park. Assessing municipal wireless network projects: the case of Wi-Fi Philadelphia
247 -- 260Kongkiti Phusavat, Pornthep Anussornnitisarn, Bordin Rassameethes. Knowledge management practices: progress on e-government and preparation for quality management
261 -- 274Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, Michael D. Williams. Demographic influence on UK citizens e-government adoption
275 -- 287Samer Mofleh, Mohammed Wanous, Peter Strachan. The gap between citizens and e-government projects: the case for Jordan
288 -- 309Pin-Yu Chu, Shang-Ching Yeh, Meng-Chieh Chuang. Reengineering municipality citizen electronic complaint system through citizen relationship management
310 -- 320Petter Gottschalk, Hans Solli-Sæther. Stages of e-government interoperability
321 -- 344Anastasios A. Economides, Vasileios Terzis. Evaluating tax sites: an evaluation framework and its application

Volume 5, Issue 2

103 -- 119Adam Finn, Dominic Thomas. Prioritising areas for the development and delivery of government e-content and e-services: an appraisal of the Alberta SuperNet
120 -- 130Reggie Davidrajuh. Building a fuzzy logic based tool for e-readiness measurement
131 -- 145Luis Vicente Casaló, Jesús Cisneros, Miguel Guinaliu, Carlos Orús. Effects of a virtual citizen community: the case of Expo Zaragoza 2008
146 -- 161Christopher G. Reddick. Collaborative management and e-government: a survey of state government CIOs
162 -- 180Gurjit Singh Dhillon, Vishanth Weerakkody, Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi. Realising transformational stage e-government: a UK local authority perspective
181 -- 202Mohd. Nishat Faisal, Zillur Rahman. E-government in India: modelling the barriers to its adoption and diffusion
203 -- 225Ralf Klischewski, Hans Jochen Scholl. Information quality as capstone in negotiating e-government integration, interoperation and information sharing

Volume 5, Issue 1

1 -- 18Hong Sheng, Silvana Trimi. M-government: technologies, applications and challenges
19 -- 30Kongkiti Phusavat, Pornthep Anussornnitisarn. Implications from divide issues on the Royal Thai Government s e-learning programme
31 -- 44Alan D. Smith. Business and e-government intelligence for strategically leveraging information retrieval
45 -- 62Nardia Haigh, Andrew Griffiths. E-government and environmental sustainability: results from three Australian cases
63 -- 70Tzong-Ru Lee, Hsiao-Chen Wu, Cheng-Jen Lin, Hsiao-Ting Wang. Agricultural e-government in China, Korea, Taiwan and the USA
71 -- 90Amirhossein Ghapanchi, Amir Albadvi, Behrouz Zarei. A framework for e-government planning and implementation
91 -- 102Narasimhaiah Gorla. Hurdles in rural e-government projects in India: lessons for developing countries