International Comparative Studies for Electronic Governance
 
 

Despite the availability of frameworks to guide Electronic Governance development, there is an increasing gap between countries in the maturity and success rate of Electronic Governance. For developing countries, this gap is due to: (1) poor understanding of the requirements for Electronic Governance development considering local conditions; (2) difficulties to effectively transfer innovations between countries due to poor emission and reception capacities; (3) lack of capacity to develop Electronic Governance directions, well aligned with national development plans; and (4) lack of institutional capacity for effective implementation and sustainability of Electronic Governance.

This research aims to address this gap through various research themes:

  • innovation transfer models in Electronic Governance
  • international comparative studies to investigate the requirements for Electronic Governance
  • validation of the EGOV.* development model through ongoing implementations
 
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Mohamed Shareef, Adegboyega Ojo and Tomasz Janowski. Exploring the Digital Divide in Maldives. In proceedings of the 9th IFIP Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC9 2010), World Computer Congress 2010 (WCC2010), 20-23 September 2010, Brisbane, Australia, IFIP Series, Springer.

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Adegboyega Ojo, Mohamed Shareef and Tomasz Janowski. Electronic Governance in Asia - State of Play, Impact and Bridging Internal Divide. The Internet and Civil Society in Asia, Hermès, 55, 2009.

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Tomasz Janowski and Jim Davies (Editors). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, Bogota, Colombia, 10 - 13 November 2009 (ICEGOV2009). ACM Press, International Conference Proceedings Series.

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Mohamed Shareef. E-Government in Maldives – A Profile. Technical Report 411, UNU-IIST, P.O. Box 3058, Macau, May 2009.

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Radha Chauhan. National E-Governance Plan in India. Technical Report 414, UNU-IIST, P.O. Box 3058, Macau, May 2009.

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Tomasz Janowski and Theresa A. Pardo (Editors). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, Cairo, Egypt, 1-4 December 2008 (ICEGOV2008), ACM Press, International Conference Proceedings Series.

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Tomasz Janowski and Theresa A. Pardo (Editors). Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, Macao, 10-13 December 2007 (ICEGOV2007). December 2007, 457 pages, ACM Press, International Conference Proceedings Series.

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Adegboyega Ojo, Tomasz Janowski, Rilwan Basanya and Mike Reed. Developing and Harnessing Software Technology in the South - The Role of CIBS. Presented at and published by the WIDER Conference on Southern Engines of Global Growth: China, India, Brazil and South Africa (CIBS), Helsinki, Finland, 7-8 September 2007. UNU World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER). WIDER Research Paper 2008/89.

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Adegboyega Ojo, Tomasz Janowski and Elsa Estevez. Determining Progress Towards e-Government: What are the Core Indicators? In the Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on e-Government, ECEG 2005, Antwerp, Belgium, 16 - 17 June 2005. Also published as the UNU-IIST Technical Report 360, P.O. Box 3058, Macau, April 2007.

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Adegboyega Ojo, Tomasz Janowski and Elsa Estevez. e-Macao Report 3 - Global Survey of Electronic Government. Center for Electronic Governance, UNU-IIST, P.O. Box 3058, Macau, March 2005.

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1 New Trends in Electronic Government Presentation 01/21/2010