E-government: towards the e-bureaucratic form?

  title={E-government: towards the e-bureaucratic form?},
  author={Antonio Cordella},
Bureaucratic institutions not only provide mechanisms to coordinate work activities in the public sector, but also serve to enforce the democratic values of equality and impartiality. This paper explores how recent approaches to e-government neglect these important dimensions of bureaucracy and proposes an alternative approach to e-government. This paper sets the wider new public management reform context to help explain some of the difficulties the NHS IT Projects are running into by 2007. The… CONTINUE READING

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