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The Second Wave of Digital Era Governance

@article{Dunleavy2010TheSW,
  title={The Second Wave of Digital Era Governance},
  author={Patrick Dunleavy and Helen Z. Margetts},
  journal={APSA 2010 Washington},
  year={2010}
}
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 a contrast between new public management (NPM) approaches, which predominated in the period 1980-2002, and digital era governance (DEG) which grew fast in the 2000s. Since that time the rapid development of societal and technological uses of online processes has been matched by the seismic impact of… 

The second wave of digital-era governance: a quasi-paradigm for government on the Web

  • H. MargettsPatrick Dunleavy
  • Political Science
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
  • 2013
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