Can e-Government Systems Bridge the Digital Divide?
Pimenidis, E., Iliadis, Lazaros and Georgiadis, Christos K. 2011. Can e-Government Systems Bridge the Digital Divide? 5th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation (ECIME 2011). Como, Italy 08 - 09 Sep 2011 Reading Academic Publishing Limited. pp. 403-410
|Authors||Pimenidis, E., Iliadis, Lazaros and Georgiadis, Christos K.|
Electronic Government systems are often seen as panacea in the remedy of all failings of governance. With a history span of almost two decades, e-government implementations have often reached dead ends and have regularly failed to deliver the promise that the governments that have initiated them have made to their citizens. Despite an abundance of development models and best case scenarios identified in literature, e-government services are continually failing to attract the citizens and to capture their trust and faith. The main reason quoted for such failures is the lack of innovation and inclusivity in the way a service is designed and delivered.
|Keywords||e-Government; Digital Divide; e-Government Development; e-Government Attractiveness; e-Government Evaluation|
|Conference||5th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation (ECIME 2011)|
|Publisher||Academic Publishing Limited|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||20 Jan 2014|
|Journal||Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation (ECIME 2011)|
|Place of publication||Reading|
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