Explaining the eGovernment paradox: an analysis of two decades of evidence from scientific literature and practice on barriers to eGovernment

@inproceedings{Savoldelli2012ExplainingTE,
  title={Explaining the eGovernment paradox: an analysis of two decades of evidence from scientific literature and practice on barriers to eGovernment},
  author={Alberto Savoldelli and Cristiano Codagnone and Gianluca Misuraca},
  booktitle={ICEGOV},
  year={2012}
}
Despite the plethora of research, policy analysis and practice works produced in the last two decades for explaining the potential of eGovernment and its impact on society, there is still very limited evidence that the promised productivity gains have been achieved. To date, its potential remains hypothetical. This eGovernment paradox contrasts the level of investments with the little impact produced and/or demonstrated so far. In this paper we attempt to provide an interpretation of this… CONTINUE READING

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