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New public management is dead. Long live digital-era governance
The "new public management" (NPM) wave in public sector organizational change was founded on themes of disaggregation, competition, and incentivization. Although its effects are still working throughExpand
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Digital Era Governance
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The Second Wave of Digital Era Governance
Some of the most difficult issues in public management revolve around making strategic choices for the future in an era of rapid social, cultural and technological change. In previous work we drew aExpand
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The tools of government in the digital age
Exploring Governments' Toolshed Nodality Authority Treasure Organization Government as a Toolkit Alternative Approaches to the Tools of Government A Changing Mix of Government Tools in the Digital Age
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Political Turbulence: How Social Media Shape Collective Action
As people spend increasing proportions of their daily lives using social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, they are being invited to support myriad political causes by sharing, liking, endorsing,Expand
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Computerization and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices
  • H. Margetts
  • Computer Science
  • J. Inf. Technol.
  • 1 September 1993
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Follow up what we will offer in this article about computerization and controversy value conflicts and social choices. Expand
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Risk assessment and information systems
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The paper discusses types of risk, problems and failure experienced in developing and implementing information systems. Expand
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Digital Era Governance: IT Corporations, the State, and e-Government
Government information systems are big business (costing over 1 per cent of GDP a year). They are critical to all aspects of public policy and governmental operations. Governments spend billions onExpand
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Governments and Citizens Getting to Know Each Other? Open, Closed, and Big Data in Public Management Reform
Citizens and governments live increasingly digital lives, leaving trails of digital data that have the potential to support unprecedented levels of mutual government-citizen understanding, and inExpand
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E-Government in Britain—A Decade On
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