E-Government : Towards a Public Administration Approach

@inproceedings{Zouridis2002EGovernmentT,
  title={E-Government : Towards a Public Administration Approach},
  author={Stavros Zouridis and Marcel Thaens},
  year={2002}
}
In public administration science and practice, the debate on e-government concentrates on service delivery, information and technology. This article argues that we need a broad public administration approach towards e-government that surpasses this technocratic emphasis. Public administration theory helps us to escape from the conceptual prison of the information management ideology that currently dominates e-government. Both the locus of e-government (the parts of public administration that… CONTINUE READING

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