Calliope Sudborough

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E-government principles are based on the assumption that different government agencies are willing to cooperate and share findings through a network infrastructure. When government agencies refuse to cooperate and share information due to conflicts, then novel mediation mechanisms are needed. We introduce a negotiation-based sharing system called SCENS:(More)
The paper presents ethical dilemmas resulting from cases where the failure to share information places humans and/or property at risk. Examples from four domains are analyzed to examine similarities and differences. The central thesis of the paper is that deciding when information sharing is appropriate in the presence of risks is an ethical matter and(More)
International trade negotiations among national governments and organizations are usually arduous and complicated. We propose a framework that supports government to government negotiation. With this framework, governments can keep track of previous negotiations using a database of negotiation records in an electronic platform. Moreover, the framework(More)
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