Δευτέρα, 29 Σεπτεμβρίου 2008
Βιβλιοπαρουσίαση: e-Government and digital inclusion
C. Maioli (ed.) e-Government and digital inclusion, Zaragoza 2008.
The potential benefits of e-Government are numerous and they include greater efficiency, improved public services, enhanced engagement with citizens.
Yet progress has been relatively slow, particularly when compared with other sectors such as e-Commerce.
From the presentations of some experiences focused in particular on digital divide, e-Participation, form of government, role of citizens, planning methodology in proposing solutions for citizens, the book highlights some problems and solutions to help overcome barriers.
Table of contents:
C. Maioli, Introduction,
A. Paliwala, Legal Regulation and uneven Global Digital Diffusion,
C. Maioli, Qualification of territorial e-Government policies through promotion of e-Participation,
e-Inclusion in Lithuania: state policy approach,
I. Iglezakis, The development of e-Governance and the issue of digital inclusion in Greece with particular regard to the constitutional right of e-Participation,
A> Saravia, The Agency for the Promotion of e-Government, the Information and Knowledge Society in Urugay.