Overview

Covering such essential issues as global governance of the internet, the European Knowledge Economy, the transformative promise of mobile telephony, the rise of e-Universities, internet accessibility for the disabled, and e-Governance in transition economies, this book draws on contributions from experienced academics and practitioners with an expertise in an emerging field.

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e-Governance

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Overview

Covering such essential issues as global governance of the internet, the European Knowledge Economy, the transformative promise of mobile telephony, the rise of e-Universities, internet accessibility for the disabled, and e-Governance in transition economies, this book draws on contributions from experienced academics and practitioners with an expertise in an emerging field.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203883884
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/17/2008
  • Series: Routledge EBusiness Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 848 KB

Meet the Author

Leslie Budd is a Reader in Social Enterprise at the Open University Business School and Associate of Capital Business Strategies Ltd.

Lisa Harris is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton School of Management, UK.

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Table of Contents

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Introduction: Managing Governance or Governance Management. Is it all in a Digital Day’s Work? Leslie Budd and Lisa Harris

Part 1: Setting the e-Governance Scene

1. Governance Puzzles John Clarke

2. e-Governance and the Governance of the Internet Richard Collins

3. The Limits of Post-Lisbon Governance in the European Union Leslie Budd

Part 2: Enabling and Managing Technologies

4. ‘Early Adopter’ Case Studies of Effective Mobile Communications Between Citizens and Government Jane Vincent and Lisa Harris

5. Abandoned Heroes: The Decline of ICT Business Support Alan Rae

6. Collateral Damage? The Impact of Government Policy on United Kingdom Higher Education Simran Grewal

Part 3: Functional Fields for e-Governance

7. e-Governance Issues in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Colin Gray

8. e-Governance and Local Government Janice Morphet

9. e-Government, Disability and Inclusion Charles Dennis and Fintan Clear

10. e-Governance in Transition Economies Antoaneta Serguieva and Kamen Spassov

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