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ECEG 2011
16-17 June, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Abstracts selected

 

 

Abstract submissions have now closed. The review panel have completed the selection process for abstracts submitted before 25 November and this page lists the abstracts selected for submission as full papers. Late submissions are currently being considered and the page will be updated as appropriate. Abstract titles are listed in random order and author names are listed in alphabetically with lead authors surname appearing first.


Full papers are due not later than 13 January 2011. Please read the style guidelines and other relevant documents linked through the author guidelines page. Papers should be submitted as .doc or .rtf file attachments by email to the Conference Manager, Charlotte Hall with the paper submission checklist and copyright form available in the downloads section at the bottom of the At a Glance page.


Note: Authors are advised that the submission date for the full paper for review is a final date. Earlier submission of the full paper helps us to manage the review process in a timely manner. So if your full paper is ready before 13 January 2011, please email it to Charlotte Hall, the conference submissions manager.


Papers accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration. The proceedings have an ISBN and ECEG proceedings are listed and/or rated by multiple organisations worldwide. Selected papers presented at the Conference will be considered for publication in the Electronic Journal of eGovernment.  The latest issue of the journal is available to read online.


You can see an outline programme for the conference on the Programme page

 

Paper title in random order

 

Anatomy of E-Government: Assessment of Municipal E-Government Services in Romania

Perceived Quality of Services and Citizen Profiling in E-Government

Discussing the Relationships between User's Satisfaction of Web Security and their Trust in E-government

Citizen-Government Interaction in Russia: E-Government as Tradition Bearer

Exploring Facilitators and Challenges Facing ICT4D in Tanzania

G2G

Various Studies Indicate that most of such Implemented Projects in Developing Countries Have Failed and there is a gap in IS Literature Regarding a Mechanism to Assure their Sustainability. This Research, thus, is aimed at dDveloping a Framework to Assure Success and Sustainability of E-government. Sustainability Framework for E-Government; the Case of WoredaNet Services in Ethiopia

The Use of Online Social Networks in Government for Promoting Citizen Engagement: An Assessment of Australian State Government Sponsored E-Governance Initiatives

Greek Prefectural Elections Through TV and the Internet; A Comparative Research

E-Courts: Judicial Procedures Development

Examining E-government Development in the Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe: Evidence from Panel Data

CRM: Citizen Relationship Management

Re-imagined Communities; Situating Forum Discussions in the Philippine Government Website in the Context of Deliberative Democracy

E-Government Openness Index

Channel Shift - A Customer Response

Measuring Performance of E-Government to the Disabled: Theory and Practice in Taiwan

Domain Name Dispute Solution: the Draft Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) system

Internet-Driven Candlelight Protests in South Korea: Expression of Collective Identity

The Three Crossroad Banks of Belgium

E-Government: Three Models of E-Government Implementation

Social Media and Local Government in England: Who is Doing What?

Combating Identity Fraud in the Public Domain: Information Strategies for Healthcare and Criminal Justice

Austrias e-government System and its Difficulties

Multi-level Interoperability for ICT-Enabled Governance: a Framework for Assessing Value Drivers and Implications for European Policies

Evaluating the Development of e-government System: The case of Polish Local Government Websites.

E-Challenges for the Next Decade: a Case Study of Two Applications in Housing

Framework for Yemen Electronic Government

Fed-eview/A – A Tool for Measuring ICT and E-Government Maturity in Back-Office

Managing Essentials of Health of Woman and Child in Developing Countries with a Knowledge Management Approach in E- Governance

Developing Measures for Benchmarking the Interoperability of Public Services Organizations

An Information System to Collect and Analyze Data from Educational Units During Epidemy Spread Periods

Framework Guidelines to Measure Business Intelligence and Decision Support Methodologies Impact in the Public sector.

Open-Cities Platform: The BPO Solution for e-government Based on Open-Government Principles

Possibilities and Realities of "e" in Health Sector: the Case of Slovenia

Adopting Web 2.0 in Building Participatory e-Government – A Perception Contour from Inside the Government

E-governance for the Civil Society – Readiness, Experience and Requirement of Nonprofit Organizations

CRPNet: eDemocracy for Piedmont Regional Council

The Catalan Model of Government

E-Government in BiH: A Survey on Practices, Perceptions and Performances in State Administration

E-Democracy

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in Education: Impact and Effect in Strategic Education Planning and Management

Towards Estimating the Impact of User Opinions on Governmental Decisions

Semantic-Driven E-government: Correlating Development Phases with Semantic E-government Specific Ontology Models

A Formal Method for E-Government Interoperability Analysis

Towards a Unified Semantic-Driven Methodology Framework for E-government Development

Business IT Alignment as Enabler for E-Government Implementation in Syria

Conventional, Robotic, and E-Government

Closing the Digital Divide Gap in European Union: A Unique Solution for Different Tiers?

Interoperability in the Justice Field; Variables that Affect Implementation

Readiness Assessment for Instituting a GCIO System

A Framwork for Transitioning to Mobile Governmment

Maturity Models Transition from E-government Interoperability into T-government: Restyling Dynamic Public Services Through Integrated Transformation of Service Delivery

Comparative Analysis of Information Security Governance Framework: A Public Sector Approach

Lean Semantic Interoperability: Simplifying Semantic Interoperability Artefacts for Small and Medium-Sized Municipalities

Implementation of Contact Centre in a Swedish Municipality

EGovernment Development in Algeria: An Analysis of the Vision and Strategies of the E-Algeria 2013 Project

The Impact of National Culture on Citizen Adoption of E-Government Services: a Field study

E-governance as an Instrument of Co-operation of Local Authorities

International Assistance Relationship to e-government Development and Benchmarking

Slainte the Story of a “Double Irish”

"e-identity,e-activities and e-political Participation; How are College Students Embracing the "Promise" of the Internet?"

Development of Electronic Government in Latvian Public Service

Comparative Network Analysis of Two e-Government Publication Venues

Using social media in government: The Australian Taxation Office e-Tax Facebook page

Outsourcing of IT projects in the Public Sector – Sustainable Solution or Erosion of the Public Sector?

Regional Shared Platform for Electronic Public Services e-bourgogne

Risk management in a Cooperation Context

Political Debate on Weblogs: a Virtual Public Sphere for Deliberation?

E-Government in Social and Economic Development: The Asymmetric Roles of Information, Institutionalization and Diffusion in Developing and Developed Countries.

The Effect of User's Satisfaction of Web Security on Trust in E-government

Population Profiling: Integrating Government Data Sources for Better Services.

Knowledge Disseminative Capacity in Cross Border Networks

Enhancement of Public Service Effectiveness by Partially Automating Service Request Paper forms Using Citizen ID Smartcard

Transformation of Public Service Delivery through E-Governance in India; Experiences and Future Prospects

Development of user Authentication for web Application Sign-on Mechanism using Oasis SAML Standard with Thai Citizen ID card

Sustainable E-Participation in Estonia

A Pilot Development of PKI Digital Signature on Electronic Correspondence Letter by using Citizen ID Smartcard

Lessons Learned from eGovernment Implementation: The Case of Ethiopia

Development of Electronic Correspondence Letter Time-stamping Service using Oasis Digital Signature Services.

National Electronic Government Strategies in Austria

Debating an e-debate: Between Acceptance and Refusal

Impact of the Internet use on Public Administration: Brazilian Case Study II - Services Foreign Trade Registration

Providing Public Services Through Digital Postal Networks: A Position Paper

E-Government Readiness in Ethiopia

Toward the Building of Transnational Digital Citizenship; The Case of Argentinean and Peruvian Immigrants based in the Mexico City 1970-2009.

E-Government Services Quality Management in Ethiopia; Retrospect and Prospects

Different Test Cases for e-Governance using Web Services

An Organizational Framework for Managing e-Government Systems in Developing Countries; the Case of Kurdistan Region of Iraq

Evaluation of e-government Implementation at Federal, State and Local government levels in Malaysia.

Digital Inclusion: a target not always desirable

Barriers to Developing E-Government Projects in Developing Countries

Avoiding disasters – Ensuring PKI-service Availability

Status of E-Government Implementation in Pakistan

"Challenges in Practicing e-Government in Nepal" case studies on e-procurement and e-voting in Nepal

Web Analysis: The effects of the Irish Revenue Actions on the Internet.

Measuring and Meta-measuring; in search of new Pathways for Modelling Impacts of ICT-enabled services on the Information Society

e-Government in Serbia: Prospects and Challenges

E-voting Handbook: key-steps to the Implementation of e-enabled Elections

Approaching the e-Government as a Strategic Driver for Improving the Ethical Mode: an Empirical Analysis from :Business Economics

Technical Foundations to Cut Down Administrative Red Tape: The Case of Canton of Vaud

Digital Inclusion for Social Inclusion. Some Cases.

Can Benchmarking Indicators be Effective? Case Study of some Award Winning eGovernment Projects from India.

Factors Affecting to Citizen’s ICT Education and Wider Access to ICTs

"E-Procurement and Participation of SME's in the Public Procurement Market; Evidence from the Italian Government’s e-Marketplace”

Usability of Electronic Government Systems for the Ageing Population

Providing Universal Verifiability for the Polyas Internet Voting System

Advancing the Use of Stages-of-Growth-Models in e-government by Identifying Trade-offs

A Common Process Model to Improve E-service solutions

Designing User- Centric Mobile Government; A Checklist for Efficiency and Effectiveness

The E- Identity from an Interdisciplinary Perspective

Does e-taxation Reduce Compliance Costs of Taxation

The Impact of E-Justice in Romania

ICT4D: The Family Card

An Outline of Technical Requirements on Governmental Electronic Record Systems Derived from the European Legal Environment

On the Problems of Information Society and Introduction of e-government at Local Authorities

A Service Oriented Product Line Architecture for E-Government

Fast Forward to Citizen-Centric Services with Automatically Data Landscape and Information Logistics Generation

E-Government and Service Delivery at the Local Level: A Comparative Analysis of Three Canadian Municipalities

Moving Fast Forward Toward National Data Standardization Initiative

Pan-European e-government and e-health Services in Slovenia

Criteria and Cornerstones for the IT Strategy of an “Inhouse” Governmental IT Provider

Latvian Government Communication Management During Economical Crisis: Role of Information Strategies Within the Public Sector

Utilization of the Information and Communication Technologies by the Legislative Assemblies of the Republics of the Russian Federation

Public Procurement and e-commerce Usage

The Stages of E-government: Correlation between Characteristics that Affect E-government System

Open Government; Public Services in the Private Domain

Implementing e-government projects; Challenges Facing Developing Countries

The Computerization of the Public System in Romania

Strategies for e-government Implementation in Developing Countries; The Case Study of Botswana Government

Ways to Restraint the Exertion of the Right to Private Property. Special Domain Regimes

Online Application of Property Registration Card Mumbai City

The Importance of the Principle of Proportionality in terms of its Integration on Sectoral Line

Content Framework Strategies for the National Portal of India (india.gov.in)

How Democratic is e-participation?

Crowd-sourcing Techniques: Citizens Policy Input at Community Cabinets and Dotmocracy Tables.

Public Function Between Reliability and Responsibility

Youth Online: Participation and Political Engagement (Adelaide and Seoul)

E-vote - Adapting Technology to our Live, Adapting our Lives to Technology. Estonian Sudy Case

Social Media in European Governmental Communication

The I-professionals in Flemsh Municipaltie: Who are they?

Open Data in Piedmont Region

An Analysis of the Provision of E-Government Services by the Italian Public Administrations

DoQui - The Open Source Document Management Platform to Support the PA

The Workload for the Structural Implementation of e-democracy; Local Government Policy Issues Combined with the Policy-making Cycle and Styles of Citizenship.

E-Government Service Quality Assessed Through the Public Value Lens

Valences of European Citizenship Under the Aspect of Legal Affiliation or Feature

E-Tansik: The E-Government’s Prodigy

Electronic Government Services: An evaluation in Europe.

E-Government – the Case of Romania

EGovernment Typologies, Stakeholder relationships, and Information Systems support

Domesticating Promises, Digitalizing Norwegian Municipalities

e-Sahayata: Bridging e-Governance Gaps for Keonjhar Citizens

Improving Government Information Sharing Capability – Determining Information Sharing Needs

Electronic Participation in the Policy Making Process on Municipality Level

Web 2.0 on Mexican state portals: an Overview

The Connect Digitally Programme: Shaping Parental Engagement Through Technology

A new Ranking index for E-government Programs Based on Data Envelopment Analysis

Achieving Optimum Balance in the Simplification of Tax Compliance Obligations for Business Customers and Management of Compliance and Collection Risks by Revenue

Smoke and Mirrors: Can a Useful Approximation of the Cigarette tax gap in Ireland be Determined?

Change – the Good, the Bad and the downright Ugly. Risks to the Implementation of a National Risk Analysis system within the Irish Revenue Commissioners

Self-Assessment and the Expression of Doubt

Problem and prospect of e-Government in Nepal

Citizen Participation in Urban Planning Looking for the E dimension in EU
National systems and planning

Knowledge Management in e-Governmen: A Glance at Implementation of KM in Turkish e-Government Transformation

Bringing together legal and e-government practitioners

 

 

Author Names sorted alphabetically – lead author surname first

 

Abu Bakar Ahmad Bakeri, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

Kromidha Endrit, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

Acharya Madhu Sudan and Marquish Doranga, Department of Roads, Ministry of Physical Planning and Works, Govt. of Nepal, Nepal

Krzatala-Jaworska Ewa, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Italy

Ahmadi Zeleti Fatemeh and Erja Mustonen-Ollila, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

Labed Jilani Lamia, Ines Achour, Rim Helali, ISG of Tunis and Henda Ben Ghezala, ENSI, TUNISIA

Alam Sultana Lubna, University of Canberra, Australia, Anne Grounwater, University of Canberra, Australia and John Campbell, University of Canberra, Australia

Lates Gheorghe, Gabriela Lupsan and Tache Bocaniala, Danubius University of Galati, Romania

Albano Gian Luigiand Roberto Zampino, Consip S.p.A., Italy

Lawrence Elaine, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Al-Hujran Omar, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan

Legora Slim, CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg

Alin Constantin Filip, Danubius University, Romania

Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Al-Sebie Madi, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia

Lemma Lessa and Anteneh Salehu, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Ang Monica, University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines

Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, Ralf Klischewski, German University in Cairo (GUC), Egypt and Belachew Mesfin, Ethiopian Information Communication Development Agency, Ethiopia and Anteneh Salehu, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Anger Isabel and Christian Kittl, evolaris next level GmbH, Austria

Lipp Peter, IAIK, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Bajramovic Kemal, Civil Service Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Lupsan Gabriela, Alexandrina Zaharia, Adriana Pascan, Danubius University of Galati and Adrian Zaharia, „Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania

Baptista Ferreira Gil, LabCom-UBI, Portugal

Maheshwari Devender, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology., Netherlands

Boonmee Choompoland Peera Tharaphant, Thammasat university, Thailand

Maheshwari Devender, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology., Netherlands

Boonmee Choompol and Peera Tharaphant, Thammasat university, Thailand

Mahieu Christine, FEDICT, Belgium

Boonmee Choompol, Rattapol Chatchumsai and Sunet Boonmee, IT.Dabos co.,lmt., Thailand

Mahmood Zaigham, University of Derby, UK

Boonmee Choompol, Rattapol Chatchumsai, Thammasat university, Tawa Khampachoa, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok and Chakree Chuenura, Department of Province Administration, Thailand

Mahmood Zaigham, University of Derby, UK

Boselli Roberto, Mirko Cesarini and Mario Mezzanzanica, University of Milan Bicocca, Department of Statistics, Italy

Manai Giuseppe and Duncan Cleary, Revenue Irish Tax & Customs, Ireland

Briedis Janis, University of Latvia, Latvia

Mansour Mohamed, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

Bua Desiree, CSI-Piemonte, Roberto Moriondo, Piedmont Region and Anna Cavallo, CSI-Piemonte, Italy

Meringoh jeremiah, Kenya Institute of Management, Kenya

Bua Desiree, CSI-Piemonte, Roberto Moriondo, Piedmont Region and Domenico Luca', CSI-Piemonte, Italy

Mesa Del Olmo Adela and Pedro Manuel Martinez Monje, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Caarls Susanne, Council of Europe, France

Mironov Duret Gabriela Nicoleta, Gina-Livioara Goga, Vasilica Negrut and Monica Pocora, Danubius University of Galati, Romania

Castelnovo Walter, Department of Informatics and Communication, University of Insubria, Italy

Mironov Gabriela, Adriana Margarit, Nicu Duret and Monica Pocora, "Danubius" University of Galati, Romania

Cerrillo Agustí, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Mironov Gabriela, Nicu Duret, Monica Pocora and Gina Livioara Goga, Danubius University of Galati, Romania

Cesarini Mirko, University of Milan Bicocca, Department of Statistics, IT

Misuraca Gianluca, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Spain and Pierre Rossel, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

Cestnik Bojan, Temida d.o.o., Alenka Kern and Helena Modrijan, Stanovanjski sklad Republike Slovenije, Javni Sklad, Slovenia

Misuraca Gianluca, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Spain, Giuseppe Alfano, Centre for Social Informatics - Edinburgh Napier University, UK, Gianluigi Viscusi, DISCo - University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy and Wainer Lusoli, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Spain

Chatfield Akemi Takeoka, Kon Shing Kenneth Chung, Mohammad Ali Abrinia and Andrew Vakarau Levula, University of Wollongong, Australia

Mitja Decman, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenija

Chiang Lichun, National Cheng Kung University, Ching-Yuan Huang, SHU-TE University and Wu-Chuan Yuang, I-Shou University, Taiwan

Moatshe Racious Moilamashi and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

Chiang Lichun, NCKU, Ching-Yuan Huang, Shu-Te University and Wu-Chuan Yang, I-Shou University, Taiwan

Moatshe Racious Moilamashi and Zaigham Mahmood, University of Derby, UK

Christiansson Marie-Therese, Karlstad University, Sweden

Molinari Francesco and Grazia Concilio, DiAP-Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Christodoulakis Dimitris, George Stylios and Sofia Stamou, University of Patras, Greece

Molnar Tamas, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

Chu Pin-Yu, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Moloney Maria, Trinity College and Liam Church, Escher Group Ltd, Ireland

Cleary Duncan and Giuseppe Manai, Revenue Irish Tax & Customs, Ireland

Moraru Geanina, Central European University, Romania

Collins Tom, University of Limerick, Ireland

Mulasastra Intiraporn and Asanee Kawtrakul, Kasetsart University, Thailand

Coman Varvara Licuta, Monica Pocora, Gina Livioara Goga and Georgeta Modiga, Danubius University of Galati, Romania

Mulder Bert and Martijn Hartog, eSociety Institute, The Netherlands

Costache Mirela Paula, Danubius University of Galati, Romania

Mundy Darren, University of Hull, UK

Datar Mohan, University of Mumbai, Mukund Sanglikar, Mithibai College, Mumbai and Sanjiv Vaidya, IIM Calcutta, India

Negash Solomon, Kennesaw State University, USA, Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa University and Mesfin Belachew, Ethiopian ICT Development Agency, Ethiopia

De Saulles Martin, University of Brighton, UK

Ngwenya Bongani, Solusi University, Zimbabwe

de Vuyst Bruno, MVVP, Belgium and Alea Fairchild, The Constantia Institute bvba, Belgium

Nouibat Abdelkader, University of Msila, Algeria

Demirhan Kamil and M. Kemal Öktem, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Oberer Birgit, Kadir Has University, Turkey

Denni Mario, Italian Competition Authority, Davide Auduini, University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”, Andrea Filippetti, Centro Nazionale delle Ricerche – IRPPS and Gerolamo Giungato, Italian National Institute of Statistics, Italy

Oikonomou Flora, Research Academic Computer Technology Institute, Greece

Dhingra Priyanka, Amrapali Group of Institutions, India

Omar Khayri, Helana Scheepers, and Rosemary Stockdale, Institution, Australia

Dyakova Elena, Working Group of IS Development in Russia, Civic Chamber of Russian Federation, Russia

Ostling Alina, European University Institute (EUI), Italy

Ech-Cherif el Kettani Mohamed Dafir, ENSIAS - Université Mohammed V-Souissi and Mohamed Mohyi Eddine El Aichi, Intelcom S.A., Morocco

Oudeif Salah, Assuit univerisity, Egypt

El-Hennawy Magdy, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

Pan Ching-Heng and Lichun Chiang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

el-Leithy Mariam, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

Pappel Ingmar and Ingrid Pappel, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Erman Nusa and Ljupco Todorovski, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Park Youn-Min, Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University, Australia

Estevez Elsa Clara, United Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology, China, Ignacio Marcovecchio, United Nations University, Argentina and Tomasz Janowski, United Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology, Macao SAR

Pastor Guillermo, Jose Monge and Roberto Ranera, ANDAGO, Spain

Estevez Elsa Clara and Tomasz Janowski and Adegboyega Ojo, United Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology Macao SAR, China

Patnaik Sachidananda, Berhampur University, India

Faiia M.Marcoux, Rivier College, U.S.A

Plomp Marijn and Jan Grijpink, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Fairchild Alea, The Constantia Institute bvba and Bruno de Vuyst, MVVP, Belgium

Pollifroni Massimo, University of Turin , Italy

Fenoglio Elena, Piedmont Regional Council, Gabriella Braiato and Desiree Bua, CSI-Piemonte, Italy

Polzonetti Alberto, Barbara Re and Concetta De Vivo, UNICAM, Italy

Fernandez Joselito and Jaime Loredo, UNSIS, Mexico

Pomazalová Nataša and Zbyšek Korecki, University of Defence, Czech Republic

Fleri Louis-François, GIP e-bourogogne, France

Porbski Leszek, AGH University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Humanities, Poland

Fonou Dombeu Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology and Magda Huisman, North-West University, South Africa

Rebollo Oscar, Ministry of Labour and Inmigration, Social Security IT Management, Daniel Mellado, Spanish Tax Agency and Eduardo Fernández-Medina, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Fonou Dombeu Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology and Magda Huisman, North-West University, South Africa

Rees Sonia, Trinidad and Tobago

Gascó Mila, ESADE's Institute of Public Governance and Management and Carlos E. Jiménez, Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain

Rizk Heba, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

Glassey Olivier, IDHEAP and Sophie Pichaureaux, Canton of Vaud, Switrerland

Rotthier Sabine, University College Ghent, Belgium

Grant John, McMaster University, Frank Ohemeng, University of Ottawa and Roberto Leone, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

Sandoval-Almazan Rodrigo, State Autonomous University of Mexico with  Gabriela Diaz-Murillo, Universidad de las Americas with J.Ramón Gil-Garcia, CIDE Mexico and Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes, Universidad de las Americas, Mexico

Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia

Sarwar Imran, University of the Punjab, Lahore and Muhammad Sarwar, Talwar Press, Sahiwal, Pakistan

Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia and Youn Min Park, University of Koera, Korea

Selivanova Galina, St.Petersburg State University, Russia

Gronier Guillaume and Sandrine Reiter, Public Research Centre Henri Tudor, Luxembourg

Semmelrock-Picej Maria Theresia, Klagenfurt University, biztec, Austria

Grundén Kerstin, University West, Sweden

Šereš Laslo and Ivana Horvat, Faculty of Economics, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Hahamis Panos, Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, UK

Shareef Shareef, Elias Pimenidis, Hamid Jahankhani, University of East London and Johnnes Arreymbi, University of East London, UK

Hinsberg Hille, Government Office, Estonia

Silva Luciano, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brazil

Hofmsn Wout, TNO, Netherlands

Slavec Ana, Vasja Vehovar, Jaroslav Berce and Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenija

Horn Bernhard, Gerald Fischer, Vienna University of Technology, Roman Trabitsch, RISE GmbH and Thomas Grechenig, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Stadler Sabine, SPARKS, Austria

Hsiao Naiyi, National Chengchi University and Chung-pin Lee, Tamkang University, Taiwan

Stanimirovi Dalibor and Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenia

Hussain Moiz and Ireni Akoijam, NIC, India

Stoica Virgil and Andrei Ilas, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania

Ifinedo Princely, CBU, Canada

Strickley Alan, CRIA Technologies, West Midlands, UK with Tim Spiers, Pod Limited, Bedford, UK

Jahns Veit and Robert Orlowski, University of Duisburg-Essen, Gemany

Trakhtenberg Anna, Institute of Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Jarockis Aleksis, University of Latvia Department of Communications Studies, Latvia

Valerii Logvinov, Odessa Regional Institute of Public Administration, Ukraine

John Klaus, Institute of Automation at the Faculty of Informatics at the technical university of vienna, Austria

Vasconcellos Maria Virginia, SERPRO-Serviço Federal de Processamento de Dados and Newton Junior, UNEB-Uniao Educacional de Brasilia, Brazil

Kallimani Vish, University of Nottingham, Malaysia and Jyoti Kallimani, Segi University College, Malaysia

Veljkovic Natasa, Sanja Bogdanovic-Dinic and Leonid Stoimenov, University of Nis, Serbia

Kamal Ahmed, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt

Veneti Anastasia and Stamatis Poulakidakos, University of Athens, Greece

Kanaan Raed, University of Banking and Financial Sciences, Jordan

Venkatamallu Thadaboina, Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), India

Kharel, Purusottam, Nepal

Verma Neeta, Alka Misra, Durga Prasad Mishra and Lokesh Joshi, National Informatics Centre (NIC), India

Kawtrakul Assanee, Kasetsart University, Thailand

Volkamer Melanie, Patrick Schmidt and Maina Olembo, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Klun Maja, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenia

Yonazi Jim, The Institute of Finance Management, Tanzania

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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