Urban E-Government Initiatives and Environmental Decision Performance in Korea

@inproceedings{Lim2007UrbanEI,
  title={Urban E-Government Initiatives and Environmental Decision Performance in Korea},
  author={J H Lim},
  year={2007}
}
Although e-government initiatives have been credited as engines of government reform, empirical evidence is insufficient to determine their effects on public sector performance. To explore the impact of e-government on local governance, this article examines how e-government initiatives influence the perceived performance of environmental decision making in anurban context andwhat organizational and contextual factors affectWeb-aideddecision performance. Data were collected from the content… CONTINUE READING

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