The Scholarly Literature on E-Government: Characterizing a Nascent Field

  title={The Scholarly Literature on E-Government: Characterizing a Nascent Field},
  author={Donald F. Norris and Benjamin A. Lloyd},
The authors conducted a comprehensive review of articles on the subject of e-government that were published in refereed scholarly journals through the end of 2004 to serve as a baseline for future analysis of this emerging field. They found over 100 e-government articles, but only 57 with empirical content. The authors then examined the articles using 12 analytical categories. They conclude that the scholarship about e-government comes primarily from the United States, and from authors trained… CONTINUE READING
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