Vol. XXII num. Special Issue Electronic Government 2013.

Gestión y Política Pública



Public policy and management

J. Ignacio Criado and J. Ramón Gil-García, Electronic Government and Public Policy: Current Status and Future Trends in Latin America

Sharon S. Dawes, Advancing Digital Government: The Research-Practice-Knowledge Connection

Manuel Villoria and Álvaro Ramírez Alujas, Development Stages of Electronic Government Models: An Analysis from Political Theory

Regional and local management

Marco Antonio Lara Martínez, Vicente Pina Martínez and Lourdes Torres Pradas,Electronic Government and Accountability in Regional and State Administration

Manuel Gerardo Chávez-Ángeles and Patricia S. Sánchez-Medina, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) as a Common-pool Resource: Coordination, Competition and the Digital Divide in Eight Municipalities of Oaxaca

Management and organization

Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes, Trust and Collaboration in Interorganizational Information Technology Projects in the Public Sector

Gabriel Purón-Cid, The Dimensions of Knowledge in E-government Adoption: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis

Relevant experiences

Ramón Bouzas-Lorenzo and Xosé María Mahou Lago, The Study of the Functionality of Government Portals: A Methodological Proposal from the E-health

Naci Karkin, Web 2.0 Tools for Public Participation through Government Websites


J. Ramón Gil-García, Enacting Electronic Government Success, BY RODRIGO SANDOVAL ALMAZÁN

Ines Mergel, Social Media in the Public Sector: A Guide to Participation, Collaboration and Transparency in the Networked World, BY FRANCISCO ROJAS-MARTÍN

Christopher Reddick, Public Administration and Information Technology, BY GABRIELA QUINTANILLA

Call for Submissions Case Studies for Teaching
Editor’s biographies
Guidelines to Authors

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