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Abstracts selected

The closing date for abstract submission was extended to 8 December 2011 and has now closed. The review panel have completed the selection process this page lists the abstracts selected for submission as full papers. To protect the integrity of the double-blind review process, abstract titles and author details are separated. Titles are listed in no particular order and author names are listed alphabetically by lead author surname.

Full papers are due not later than 12 January 2012. Authors are advised that this is a FINAL date. Earlier submission of the full paper helps us to manage the review process in a timely manner.
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 12 January 2012, please email it to Charlotte Hall the conference submissions manager.





Abstract Titles: (in no particular order)

Comparing Civilian Willingness to Attack Critical Infrastructure On and Off Line

Comparative Analysis of ICT in the Public Sector in Estonia and Republic of Macedonia

Digital Archiving and eDiscovery. Delivering Evidence in an Age of Overload

The Influence of an ‘Internet Election’ in Malaysia

Critical Analysis of Implementation of eGovernment in Pakistan

Forget EIdentity – think eMobility – A Digital Applications Model for Citizen Physical and Social Mobility

The Rule of e-law

Living Labs as Innovation Intermediaries Building Sustainable eParticipation Strategies

Public Organization in the e-Government Era

Alignment Dynamics in e-Government: Behind the Scenes of Local Governments

Deliberation or Updating? The Case of Southern Stockholm Activists Online

Evolving Substantive Notions of Representation: the SOWIT Deliberation Model

Toward the Utilization of mGovernemnt Services in Developing Countries

From "Rules to Interpret” to “Rules to Follow”; e-Government in High Reliability Practices in Greece

Could e-government be a Catalyst for Economic Development? A comparative Analysis of the CEE Countries.

Legal Aspects of Aaccessibility and Usability of Online Public Services

Methodological Proposal for Evaluating the Usability of Sector Portals in a Multi-level Government Environment

“E-Environment” As Part Of The National Strategy “E-Romania”

Romanian Rural E-Government

Accountability and Accessibility: E-Mail Management Practices at the Government of Canada

The Role of Opportunity, Taxpayers’ Perceptions and Demographic Differences in Tax Compliance Analysis

Exchange Formats for Office Documents - A Survey of Swiss Public Administrations

Role of Telecentres in e-Governance Service Delivery in Rural India: 'Status, Prospects and Challenges

How Can E-Government Information Centre, Improve Cross-border Cooperation?

Evaluation of e-government Implementation Among Malaysian Local Authorities

A Participation Framework for ICT Development : A Method to Achieve Acceptance and to Realize Benefit from ICT

Domain Name Dispute Solution: the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) System in Perspective

The State of Open Government Data in GCC Countries

Development of a Smarter City: ‘Urban Space Value Chain’ in Barcelona

Re-Tweet to Democracy? The Social Media Revolution in Perspective

Connecting the Majority, Gettig digital Dividends

Interoperability of eGovernmen: Research on EU Policy and Practices

What do we know from the Literature on Public e-services?

How Technological Tools in Data Entry Contribute to Increase Health Professionals’ Productivity: A survey

Implementation of a Contact Centre – a Local e-Government Initiative

Social Media and Perspectives of Liquid Democracy on the Example of Political Communication of Pirate Party in Germany

E-governance and Freedom of Information Act -the Indian Experience

High Priority for Low Politics

The Case for e-Governance - can Benchmarking Indicators be Effective?

ISAC6+ Delivering Smarter Administration Through Innovation

Building Democracy Through Social Media? Occupying the Expanding Political Arena

Raising Voice or Effectiveness? The Role of e-Government on the Quality of Political Institutions

Report on the Progress of the e-Administration in the Catalan Local Entities

Semantic Web Technologies in e - government

Electronic Notifications: An Instrument for Achieving Efficiency.

eParticipation as a Tool for Creating Sustainable Communities – Case Study Timisoara, Romania

The Catalan Electronic Administration Model

E-Input Combined with Face-to-Face Discussions on City Budgeting; Trust, Confidence, and the Willingness of an American Community to Increase Taxes

Only the Appearance of Accountability: The Need for a Return to First Principles in Public Records Law

Determinants of the use of e-Government Services in Outlying Regions: A Multi-Method Approach

Local E-Government in the U. S.: A National Survey

Evolution of e-Services Provided by Government of Pakistan and its Acceptability Amongst Citizens

Lost Youth? Attitudes and Experiences with e-Government by German Students

Determinants of User Acceptance of a Local E-Government Electronic Document Management System(EDMS)

Reshaping Communication Between Members of the European Parliament and the European Civil Society: the Role of Social Network Sites in the Sharing of Policy Expertise in the Context of Parliamentary Committees.

e-Procurement in Costa Rica: Innovation Versus Innovation in the Public Sector

Successful Implementation and Increase of Citizen Take-up of e-Government: Processes, Strategies, Practice and Lessons Learned

Listening to Citizen: Identifying Citizen-Demanded e-Government Services in Tanzania

e-Democracy in Policies and Practices in Transition Society – Country-Cases from Slovenia and Estonia

EGovernment Development in Algeria: Vision and Strategies of the e-Algeria 2013 Project

Implementation of the eGovernment Strategies as a Precondition for Improving the Socio-Economic Development

An Evaluation of Usability Strategies for Website Design in Provincial Governments of South Africa

A Measurement of the Impact of Decision Support Systems on Human Resources Out in Public Sector Organisations: An e-Government Experience in a Developing Country

A Strategic Implementation of Better Health Care for All Thai Citizens

E-government and E-governance: Concepts and Constructs

Citizens' Perception of the Egyptian e-Government Portal

Integration and Coordination: Advancing China’s Fragmented E-government to Holistic Governance

ICT Influencing E-Government Network Externalities: Government Social Networking System the Road to E-democracy and Trust?

Reinventing Democracy with a Complex Adaptive Political Crowdsourcing Platform: the Interactive Voter Choice System

‘Old’ and ‘new’ Minorities, Citizens and non-citizens: Can e- Government Eliminates Human Trafficking?

Investigating G2B Succes:; A Business Value Framework for the SME Sector

Accounts Computerization Through iTAS : A Success Story

Selecting Generic Top Level Ontologies for the e-Government Domain

An Analysis of UK Council Use of the Social Network – Twitter

Youth Adoption of M-Government Services in Developing Countries: The Case of Egypt

Barriers and Facilitators to E-Government in Spanish Municipalities. A Study Before and After the Econimic Recession.

Plan ANIBAL, applying European strategy to Balearic Islands

Digital Divide in the European Union. Evolutions form 2006 to 2010

Best Practices for Improved Usability of E-Government for the Ageing Population

Increased Public Participation in Local Government by Means of Mobile Phone: What Do South African Youths Think?

Issues in Trusting E-voting: A Case Study on Jordan

Local Public Policy Process – a new Approach Based on System Dynamics Principles

Governing Through Facebook

Pan-European Interoperable Electronic Public Procurement; Enabling its Implementation Within the European Union Institutions, Agencies and other Bodies, and Facilitating its Adoption Across the Member States

eGovernment Cloud. Should Governments Move To the Cloud? Requirement Considerations

Assessing the Adoption and Acceptance of e-Government in the Developing Countries: a case Study of Jordan

Knowledge Management: Critical Factor for Successful Implementation of E-Government in Ghana

Framework for Inclusive e-Participation in Nigeria

The Shrinking Digital Divide - Demographic and Regional Determinants and Technological Opportunities

Open Government Data: A Transformational Perspective

The Role of Open Data in Measuring and Benchmarking the Public Service Organizations

Web Maturity of Bahrain E-government site

Open government in Europ: The latest fashion?

A System Approach for Privacy Requirements Elicitation in E-government

Transforming Justice by Means of Interoperability Initiatives: The Case of e-Justí in Catalonia

Understanding Indian E-Governance Services with MDG Perspectives; A Design-Reality Assessment Model

Integrating Context in SWS-based egovernment Services

The Implications of Web 2.0 in eGovernment Projects. Implementing the European e-Government Action Plan through Social Media.

Regulations of Government Functions and Administrative Processes of Services Providing in Electronic Form

“Getting online for 2012” – an Exploratory Investigation of Initiatives to Improve Digital Inclusion in the UK

Digital Democracy; Internet and Public Opinion in Post-Soviet Countries

Towards Open Government Data through Domain-Driven Ontologies

Platform as a Service API Ontology

Looking for Determinants of Diffusion and use of Public e-services in Europe; An Assessment of Country Level Indicators

Text Analysis in the Emergency Situation: The Case of the Great East Japan Earthquake

Startup Research; Social Networking Websites and Information Transparency in El Puerto De Santa Maria City Council

From Policy-Making to Community Building: a Survey on 19 Experiences of Local Participation

Exploring Use and Access of e-Government Services: Disability, Civil Servants, and ICT Policies

The Critical Success Factors of e-Voting Implementation in Indonesian Local Election: The Case of Jembrana Regency Election

Data Mining Solutions for Local Governments

A Way to Overcome the Crisis in e-Government: Cooperation Among the Region and Local Authorities in Catalonia

A Proposal For Turkish/German Cross-Language Question Answering System

Cockpit: New Model of Public Service Delivery

eParticipation that Works; Evidence from the old Europe

E-Readiness and E-Government with Respect to Citizens’ Participation and Involvement: Towards a Citizens’ Inclusive e-Readiness Assessment Model

Improving Employee Performance using Web-Based Application for Public Services

Implementing e-Government Projects: Challenges Facing Developing Countries

Innovative Business Models for Smart Cities: Overview of Recent Trends

A New Population Targeted Survey Based Sampling Method (NPTSBS- Model)

Reducing IT Related Costs Using Application Portfolio Rationalization: A Study Focusing on Reducing Application Portfolio size and Complexity in Small Municipalities.

Electronic Interconnection of European Criminal Record Systems

Towards Connected Government

Experiences from the Development of the Greek School Profiling System

Possible Impace of the Prevailing Document Paradigm in Public Agencies on Interoperability and Integration Issues

Opportunities and Limits of the Application of e-Government Solutions at Local Level in Romania

Transforming Government Through e-participati: Challenges for e-Democracy.

What Makes a Campaign 'Social'?

eGovernment Strategies in Swedish Municipalities – Change Management; not only Technology

Engaging CitizensTthrough E- Politics: The Case of Packages, Polls and Perceptions

Social Networking Media and Government-Citizen Relations; A Conceptual Model

E-Transparency as a Component of ICT-Driven Governance: An Empirical Study on Bangladesh Public Administration

Managing e-government Information Resources Using Faceted Taxonomies

Study, Analysis and Recommendation on Existing e-Government Master Plan (eGMP)

E-Government Typologies, Stakeholder relationships, and Information Systems Support

The P23R Principle – Diminishing Bureaucracy Costs Through Rule-Based Business-to-Government Communication Processes

The Austrian Approach to Implement the European Data Retention Directive

Overcoming Citizen Access Barriers to Emergent eGovernment Services by Empowering the Library Systems of Romania and the Ukraine

Data Interoperabilty Framework for Disaster Management with Collective Intelligence

e-Government and Regional Growth and Development Policies. Challenges for Romania in the Context of Economic-Financial Crisis and European Model Integration

E-government Projects, Innovation and Regional Impact - case of Selected Developing Countries

The Digital Identity Politics in Spain. An Institutional Analysis of the Spanish eID Card

The Role of the Roles in e-Service Improvements

Regulation Room: Field-Testing an Online Public Participation Platform During Live U.S. Federal Agency Rulemakings

E-Banking Role in E-Government Success in Developing Countries

Barriers in the Adoption of e-Government Services in KSA from IT Employees Perception

Working on Confidence: the Path of ICT Introduction in the Italian Civil Courts

Local E-Government in the City of Casey: Political Barriers to Citizen Engagement

The Agile Bureaucracy: Resolving the Paradox

The Gap Between Government-Citizens via SNS Campaigns in South Korea

E-Clustering a Challenge for e-Government Development

Participatory Democracy. Models of Good Practice. Study of Comparative Law

An Exploratory Study on e-Government Systems Success in Saudi Arabia

E-Government Maturity in Kingdom of Bahrain

Knowledge Management as a Change Management Method to Raise Citizen Engagement in E-government Success

An Assessment of the E-District Implementation Framework

Representation, Participation, and Democratization: The Effects of E-Governance in China

Exploring Different Levels of e-Governance Instruments Development in Romanian Local Government. Case study: Bihor County

Gov-x: A Flexible Model of e-Government

Climate Change Policy Consultation: An Overview of the 2011 Online Approach Taken to Drafts of Clean Energy Legislation in Australia

An Empirical Investigation of E-Government Adoption Using a Commitment-Based Model

Understanding the role of ICT for Inclusion in the EU: a Quantitative Analysis and an Overview of the Policy Landscape

The Impact of Applying the Concept of the Semantic Web in E-Government

Explaining the eGovernment Paradox: Toward Better Evidence Based Policy Making in a Multi-Level Governance Context

An Evaluation of e-Government Services in the EU

A Case Study of e-Vote for the University’s Senate in the National Distance Education University (UNED) of Spain

Challenges and the Opportunities for Developing e-government in Romania

Organizing Technology in Government: on Public Values, Technology and Modernisation Reforms

Technical Capabilities Based Framework of e-Governance

Trust in Government and E-Government Readiness in Russi:; Inducement or Barrier?

Wellbeing in Community Participation

e-Strategies to Break the Digital Divide in a Comparative Perspective

Government Interoperability Frameworks: the Challenges for Adoption

Adoption of Web 2.0 Technologies in the Developing Countries on the Balkans

Evaluation of e-Government Projects; The State in Slovenian Public Administration

State of eGovernment Development in Municipalities in Bosnia and Hercegovina

E-local Government Development in Australia; A Framework for Connected E-government

From Digital Records Keeping to Knowledge Governance in Local Municipalities

Permanent Establishment; Up in the Clouds?

The Intention to use E-Audit Technology: An integration of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) and Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)

Mobile Government for Enhanced Public Service Delivery in Developing Economies

An Investigative Study of Promoting Awareness and Increasing Registration of PAYE Anytime in the Border Midlands West Region

The Role of Third Party Reporting in Improving Tax Compliance in E-Commerce

Factors Influencing Citizens to use E-government Services: Saudi Arabia as a Case Study

Is it Possible to Expand the Universal Social Charge to Include Income tax and PRSI ?

Critical Success Factors for the Websites for Vulnerable Groups: a Multi-Case Study on the Websites for Chinese Farmer Workers

e-Participation in Jamaica: Can Facebook Encourage Political Talk Among Politically Apathetic Jamaican Youth?


Names in Alphabetical order: (lead author first)

Abdelghaffar Hany, German University in Cairo (GUC), Egypt

Kawtrakul Asanee, Kasetsart University and Nation Electronic and Computer Technology Center, Thailand: Intiraporn Mulasatra, Kasetsart University, Thailand: Nagai Masahiko, Geoinformatic Center, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

Abidi Oualid,  Anne Chartier, Marie-Christine Roy and Diane Poulin, Laval University, Canada

Keefe Terence, Sheffield Hallam University, UK: Andrea Bikfalvi, University of Girona, Spain: Martin Beer, Sheffield Hallam University, UK: Peplluis De La Rosa, University of Girona, Spain

Abrudan Maria-Madela, Tomina Gabriela Saveanu and Anca Otilia Dodescu, University of Oradea, Romania

Kharel Purusottam, Kathmandu University, School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Nepal: Subrna Shakya, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal: Manish Pokharel, Kathmandu University, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Nepal

Abu Bakar Ahmad Bakeri, Department of Library and Information Science , International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia, Malaysia: Nur Leyni Nilam Putri, Malaysia

Kurdi Rabea. Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Martin Randles. Liverpool John Moores University, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, UK

Adams Carl, School of Computing, University of Portsmouth, Hants

Lazovic Vujica and Tamara Djurickovic, Faculty of Economics, University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Afonso Carlos, University of the Algarve, Portugal: Maria de la O González, Universidad de Huelva, Spain: José Luis Roldán and Manuel Sánchez-Franco, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Lim Ai Ling, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia: Maslin Masrom and Sabariyah Din, University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia

Agranoff Robert, Indiana University/Sch of Public and Environmental Affairs, United States: Mete Yildiz, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Liste Munoz Lucia, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Ahmadi Zeleti Fatemeh, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Liston Vanessa, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland: Clodagh Harris, University College Cork, Ireland: Mark O'Toole, Kilkenny County Council, Ireland

Albors Ignasi, Joan Anton Olivares and Miquel Estapé, AOC Consorci, Catalonia

Litvinenko Anna, Free University of Berlin, Germany

Al-Hujran Omar, Al-Faisal University, Prince Sultan College for Tourism & Business, Saudi Arabia

Logvinov Valerii, Odesa Regional Institute of Public Administration of National Academy of Public Administration, Office of the President of Ukraine, Ukraine

Alhusban Mohammed, Carl Adams and Hussein Sharif, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Lundevall Kristina, Logica, Sweden: Anette Hallin, Gothenburg Research Institute, Gothenburg University & Dept of Industrial Economics and Management, The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden: Mikael Lagergren, City Council, City of Västerås, Sweden: Magnus Wretlund, Logica, Sweden

Aljalal Dalal, Sara Ahmed, Huda Moh'd and Zainab Al Arab, University of Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain

Maheshwari Devender and Marijn Janssen, TU Delft, Netherlands

Alkhaldi Dania, The Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, Syria: Yahya ASFARI, Syrian Virtual Unversity, Syria

Marcheva Marta, IESEG School of Management, Paris, France

Almagwashi Haya and Alex Gray, Cardiff University, UK

Mares Cristian and Claudia Gilia, Faculty of Law and Social - Political Sciences, “Valahia” University of Targoviste, Romania

Almalki Obaid, Yanqing Duan and Ingo Frommholz, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Matusescu Constanta, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania: Oana Raluca Glavan, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania

Al-Najran Amel, University of Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain

Mesa Adela and Pedro Manuel Martínez, University of the Basque Country, Spain

AlShehri Mohammed, Griffith Uni, Australia

Millard Peter, Kate Millard and Carl Adams, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom: Stuart McMillan,  Australia

Androcec Darko and Neven Vrcek, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia

Misra Harekrishna, Institute of Rural Management, India

Anohina-Naumeca Alla and Sitikovs Vjaceslavs, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Misuraca Gianluca, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS), Spain: Cristiano Codagnone, State University of Milan / Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Italy / Spain: Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS), Spain

Arduini Davide and Antonello Zanfei, University of Urbino, Italy

Misuraca Gianluca and Francisco Lupiañez-Villanueva, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS), Spain: Cristiano Codagnone, State University of Milan / Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Italy / Spain:  , ,

Arfeen Irfanullah, Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Pakistan: Nawar Khan, Associate Dean, College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, National University of Sciences & Technology Islamabad, Pakistan, Pakistan

Moir James, University of Abertay Dundee, United Kingdom

Arteaga Sor, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Ortega and Gasset Institute-Universidad CEU San Pablo, Spain: J. Ignacio Criado, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Department of Political Science and International Relations, Spain

Molinari Francesco, Parterre Project, Italy

Arvidsson Viktor, Department of Informatics/Umea University, Sweden

Molinari Francesco, Periphèria Project, Italy

Asmi Fahad, University of Leeds, UK, UK: Qasim Umer, University of Hull, UK

Molnar Tamas, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

Atashi Samira, School of Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics at Linnaeus University, Sweden: Montathar Faraon

Mulder Evert-Jan, Center of Expertise/Erasmus university, The Netherlands

Atieh Kamal, Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Services, Syria: Rashad AlOmar, Knowledge Consulting Group, Syria

Mundy Darren and Qasim Umer, University of Hull, UK

Baciu Cristina, Ioan Radu, Cleopatra Sendroiu and Mihaela Ghenta, Academy of Economic Studies, Romania

Muñoz-Mansilla Rocío,  Ana M. Marcos, Jesús Gómez and Isabel Martín, National Distance Education University, Spain

Bakirli Gozde, Dilsah Cetin and Levent Denktas, OLGU Software Company, Turkey; Derya Birant, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey:

Murtagh Seán. Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland; Tom Garavan. University of Limerick, Ireland; Fergal O'Brien. University of Limerick, Ireland

Banerjee Probir, Swinburne University, Sarawak, Malaysia: Louis Ma, City University, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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

Barahona Juan Carlos and Andrey Elizondo, INCAE Business School, Costa Rica

Ngwenya Bongani, Solusi University, Zimbabwe

Basarici Samsun and Ibrahim Zincir, Yasar University, Turkey

Ni Fhloinn Áine, Dun Laoghaire IADT, Ireland

Belkacem Kheira, Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UK

Nixon Paul and Dan Mercea, The Hague University, Netherlands

Bianchi Annaflavia and Paolo Seri, University of Urbino, Italy

Norris Donald, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA: Christopher Reddick, University of Texas, San Antonio, USA

Bonina Carla, London School of Economics-Dept. of Management, UK

Nouibat Abdelkader, University of M'Sila, Algeria

Boonmee Choompol, Thammasat University Rangsit Campus, Thailand: Tawa Khampachua, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand

Numan Ashtarout, Petra University, Jordan

Boudry Elke and Pieter Verdegem, IBBT-MICT-UGent, Belgium

Nusir Muneer and Effie Lai-Chong Law, University of Leicester, UK

Bouzas Ramón, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Xose Mahou, University of Vigo, Spain

Oberer Birgit, Kadir Has University, Turkey: ALPTEKIN ERKOLLAR, HALIC UNIVERSITY, TURKEY

Branea Ana-Maria and Monica Izvercianu, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania

O Hara Brendan. University of Limerick / Irish Revenue Commissioners, Ireland

Briody Sharon. Office of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland; Sheila Killian. University of Limerick, Ireland

Oni Aderonke and Charles K. Ayo, Covenant University, Nigeria: Victor Mbarika, Southern University and A&M College, USA

Cahill Ronan and Murray Scott, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Oprescu Raluca, The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania

Caliusco María Laura, CIDISI - UTN -FRSF, Argentina: Graciela Brusa, Argentina

Pandzo Alica and Kemal Taljanovic, Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Cerrillo-i-Martínez Agustí, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Park Youn Min, Hanyang University, South Korea

Cesarini Mirko, University of Milan Bicocca, department of Statistics, Italy

Paunovic Lidija, Zorica Bogdanovic, Aleksandar Milic and Jovana Dadic, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Chinnasamy Sara and Mary Griffiths, University of Adelaide, South Australia

Piaggesi Danilo, FONDAZIONE ROSSELLI AMERICAS (FRA), U.S.A.: Walter Castelnovo, University of Insubria, Italia

Chiu Samantha, Texas A&M University, USA

Pimenidis Elias, University of East London, United Kingdom: Alexander Sideridis, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

Christiansson Marie-Therese, Karlstad University, Sweden

Pomazalova Nataša, University of Defence, Czech Republic

Cleland Brian, Maurice Mulvenna and Suzanne Martin, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland: Johnathan Wallace

Pompe Alex, Megan Unangst, Anna Taranenko and Paul-Andre Baran, IREX, Romania

Dadic Jovana, Marijana Despotovic-Zrakic, Dusan Barac and Lidija Paunovic, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Pretorius Marco and Andre Calitz, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa

de Juana-Espinosa Susana, Juan José Tari-Guillo and Enrique Claver-Cortés, University of Alicante, Spain

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

de Vuyst Bruno, MARX VAN RANST VERMEERSCH & PARTNERS, Belgium: Alea Fairchild, The Constantia Institute BVBA, Belgium

Rana Tohid Ahmed, Sabah Balta, Ibrahim Zincir and Samsun M. Basarici, Yasar University, Turkey

Delis Vasilis, Ioannis Papaioannou, Eftychios Valeontis and Dimitrios Kalaitzis, Computer Technology Institute and Press - "Diophantus", Greece

Rawal Rajash and Paul Nixon, European Studies, The Hague University, The Netherlands

Dodescu Anca, University of Oradea, Romania

Reinsalu Kristina, Estonian e-Governance Academy, Estonia: Ales Dobnikar, Ministry of Public Administration, Slovenia

Dos Santos Ernani, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil: Nicolau Reinhard, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Reveiu Adriana and Marian Dardala, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania

Elbadawi Ibrahim, Emirates eGovernment, United Arab Emirates

Roscoe Emily, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

El-Shetehy Adham, Sheffield Hallam University & Arab Academy for Science and, Egypt

Saarmann Monika, Ingrid Pappel and Igmar Pappel, Tallin University of Technology, Estonia

Fairchild Alea, The Constantia Institute BVBA, Belgium

Sahin Yasar Guneri and Ufuk Celikkan, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey: Senuzun Fisun, Ege University, Turkey

Fan Qiuyan, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Salas Felip and Rafel Barceló, Fundació iBit, Spain

Farina Cynthia R., Cornell Law School, Cornell University, United States: Joan-Josep Vallbé, University of Barcelona, Spain: Mary J. Newhart and Josiah Heidt, Cornell Law School, Cornell University, United States

Sanjog Ray, Indian Institute of Management Indore, India

Foley Josephine. Revenue, Ireland

Sarantis Demetrios and Dimitris Askounis, National Technical University of Athens, Hellas

FONOU DOMBEU Jean Vincent, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa: Magda HUISMAN, North-West University, South Africa: Pieter CONRADIE, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa

Schafferer Michael, Bernhard Horn, Franz Schönbauer and Thomas Grechenig, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Francoli Mary, Carleton University, Canada

Schaupp Ludwig Christian, West Virginia University, USA: Lemuria Carter, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, USA

Freeman Julie, University of Canberra, Australia

Serrano Ivan and Albert Batlle, UOC, Spain

Fuchs Gerhard, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Serrano Rafael and Iglesias Muñoz, Ayuntamiento de El Puerto de Santa María, Spain

Gascó Mila, Institute of Public Governance and Management - ESADE, Spain: Carlos E. Jiménez, Department of Justice - Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Spain

Setnikar Cankar Stanka and Veronika Petkovsek, Faculty of Administration, Slovenia

Gauvin Stephane and Kevin Granger, Universite Laval, Canada: Marianne Lorthiois, CEFRIO, Canada: Diane Poulin, Universite Laval, Canada

Shareef Shareef. University of Salahadeen Hawler, Iraq-Kurdistan; Johnnes Arreymbi. University of East London, UK

George Karen, Petia Sice, Robert Young and Saftwat Mansi, Northumbria University at Newcastle, School of Computing, Engineering and Information Science, UK

Simon Pere, University of Girona (UdG), Spain

Gietema Suzanne, Rik Bos and Sjaak Brinkkemper, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Sornamohan Vignesh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Gill Ronan. Irish Revenue Commissioners, Ireland; Tom Collins. University of Limerick, Ireland

Steefura Gabriela, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania

Gilia Claudia and Cristian Mares, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania

Steffens Petra, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany: Lutz Nentwig, Fraunhofer ISST, Germany: Petra Wolf, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany

Giurgiu Adriana, Nicoleta Bugnar, Liana Mester and Mihai Berinde, University of Oradea, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Dept. of International Business, Romania

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

Glassey Olivier and Formaz José, IDHEAP, Switzerland

Strickley Alan and Tim Spiers, CRIAPOD, England

Griffin David and Edward Halpin, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Svensson Jakob, Karlstad University, Sweden

Griffiths Mary, University of Adelaide, Australia

Theoharis Stamatios and George Tsihrintzis, University of Piraeus/Department of Informatics, Greece

Grundén Kerstin and Irene Bernhard, University West, Sweden

Tkacheva Olesya, RAND, USA

Hadders Henk, University of Groningen, The Netherlands: Joseph M. Firestone, Knowledge Management Consortium International, United States

Tomkins Alan and Herian Mitchel, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, USA: Rick Hoppe, City of Lincoln (Nebraska), USA: Lisa PytlikZillig, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, USA

Hartami Aprilia and Putu Wuri Handayani, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Tosetti Angelo, European Commission, Directorate-General for Informatics, Belgium

Hasan Sadik, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

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

Herrera Priano Felix, University of La Laguna, Spain

Tweneboah-Koduah Samuel, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Ghana

Hind LAMHARHAR, Mohamed V University-Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs(EMI), Morocco

Vallbé Joan-Josep, University of Barcelona, Spain: Núria Casellas, Cornell University / Legal Information Institute, United States

Hiramoto Kenji, Graduate school for Public Policy, University of Tokyo,Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry, Japan

Van Belle Jean-Paul and Kevin Cupido, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Hitzelberger Patrik, CRP Gabriel Lippmann, Luxembourg: Paulo Da Silva Carvalho,  Fernand Feltz

Van Bussel Geert-Jan and Hans Henseler, HvA Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Holt Thomas J., School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University, USA: Kilger Max, The Honeynet Project, USA: Lichun Chiang, Dept. of POSC, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan: Chu-Sing Yang, Dept. of EE, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Vassilakopoulou Polyxeni, Vassilis Tsagkas and Nicolas Marmaras, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Janeska-Sarkanjac Smilka, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Republic of Macedonia

Verma Abhishek, Sujeet Kumar,  Ashu Krishna and Ppraveen Srivastava, C-DAC, INDIA

Jiménez Carlos E., Department of Justice, Autonomous Government of Catalonia (Spain), España: Mila Gascó, Institute of Governance and Public Management, ESADE, Spain

Verzelloni Luca, University of Bologna, Italy: Alessandro Pirani, C.O. Gruppo Srl, Italy

Jorquera David, Atos Spain, Spain: Antonis Ramfos, Intrasoft International, Greece: Aljosa Pasic, Atos Spain, Spain: Willem-Jan Van den Heuvel, University of Tilburg, Holland

Waller Lloyd, University of the West Indies, Jamaica

Jukic Tina and Mirko Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration, Slovenia

Wang Fang and Lihong Gu, Business School of Nankai University, China

Kablan Serge, Laval University, Canada: Emma Elliott, Montreal University, Canada: Diane Poulin, Laval University, Canada

Wiredu Gamel, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Ghana: John Effah, University of Ghana, Ghana: Kofi Boateng, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana

Kalemis Konstantinos, National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government (E.K.D.D.A.), Greece

Ying-fa Song, Graduate School of China University of Mining and Technology, China: Gao Xian, School of Literature, Law and Politics, China

Kaushik Anjali, Management Development Institute, India

Yonazi Jim, The Institute of Finance Management, Tanzania: George Miyungire, Njombe District Council, Iringa, Tanzania

Kaushik Anjali, Management Development Institute, India: Lekha Kumar, India

Zwarich Natasha, McGill University, Canada

Kawtrakul Asanee, Kasetsart University and Nation Electronic and Computer Technology Center, Thailand







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