Über 7 Millionen englischsprachige Bücher. Jetzt versandkostenfrei bestellen That is, achieving public value in e-government should be understood as the ability of e-government systems to provide improved efficiency in government, improved services to citizens, and social values such as inclusion, democracy, transparency, and participation Hence, this literature study theorizes a descriptive and multidimensional framework that can improve our understanding of the public value of e-government from different viewpoints, and the. Hence, this literature study theorizes a descriptive and multidimensional framework that can improve our understanding of the public value of e-government from different viewpoints, and the overlap between them in actual e-government designs and implementations. Regarding the current state of research on the public value this study found a lack of research on the public value of e-government, especially, in the context of developing countries - and more importantly - a total absence of.
. This research is the first study in the area Jean Damascene Twizeyimana (2019): E-Government and Value Creation in the Context of a Least Developed Country: A Perspective on Public Value and Information Infrastructure . Örebro Studies in Informatics 16. This thesis is in the field of information systems (IS), more specifically about IS impact. This thesis uses literature review and. In the context of preparations for a conference entitled Cultural Governance in a Globalising World: Better Governance for the Cultural and Creative Sector which was to be held in August 2012 under the Cypriot Presidency of the EU, in late 2011 the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission (DG EAC) asked the EENC to prepare a literature review on the public. Abstract: After having briefly introduced the issue of measuring e-Government vis-à-vis its impact evaluation, the paper provides an overview of the state of the art with regard to measurement of.
This chapter introduces Public Value of E-Government (PVEG) Methodology—a generic methodology to measure the public value of e-government. It presents the rationale behind our standard measurement approach. This is followed by a proposal for components of generic e-government architecture, elements of a generic value concept for e-government and a causal model to formulate the relationships. However, despite the general hype, few public organizations have actually realised all the potential associated with the adoption of digital technologies as values enablers: this study aims to investigate the topic by examining how it has evolved throughout the years and organizing the state-of-the-art of the scientific literature on public values creation through e-Government projects. Based. . However, there are still many challenges in implementing e-government in many developing countries around the world. The purpose of this literature review is to summarize the. include: an emphasis on public value and public values; recognition that government has a special role as a guarantor of public values; a belief in the impor-tance of public management broadly conceived, and of service to and for the public; and a heightened emphasis on citizenship and democratic and col-laborative governance. Th ese concerns, of course, ar
Firstly, the research went through the review of the literature on e-Government as well as public service delivery related issues. Secondly, it operationalized the items on the basis of revised public value-based e-Government performance conceptual framework. Thirdly, the field survey was carried out using self-administered questionnaires with appropriate sampling structure. Finally, data. A comprehensive review of the relevant literature is conducted for building a theoretic foundation on the identification of the scope of e-government, the source of public value creation, and the kind of public value. Using the qualitative data collected from Sri Lanka, thematic analysis is performed for identifying the critical factors for evaluating the public value of e-government. The.
The objective of the paper is to use a literature review based on widely-used explanations for the value of auditing in general, together with a review of the historic development of the function of the Auditor-General, to obtain evidence about the value of public audit, and to develop suggestions for further research. Reviews of public sector. Article citations More>>. K. Karunasena, H. Deng and M. Singh, Measuring the Public Value of E-government: A Case Study from Srilanka,Transforming Government. . We argue that the focus on innovative collaboration is appealing but may not be suitable for studying smart governance practices. In. This thesis is in the field of information systems (IS), more specifically about IS impact. This thesis uses literature review and interpretive case study methods to investigate the phenomenon of v.