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  • Policy e politics del governo elettronico. L'esperienza europea

    Amoretti, Francesco; Fortunato, Musella (2012)
    Usually associated to the reforms to render the public administration more efficient during the nineties, and in particular to the programs for reinventing government launched by Clinton Administration, electronic government has changed its meaning and strategies once arrived in Europe, responding to
 the needs of a supranational entity still in construction. After analyzing is main features, this article will focus on the constitutive value of such policy for the European Union. Previously concentrated on the theme of full digitalization
 of public services, in the course of the last decade it has focused
 more attention on the sharing of technical standards, organizational schemes and administrative practices. The development of Pan-European strategies, one-stop government portals and open data projects will be considered significant
 examples of such trend.
  • Public administration in East Asia

    Berman, Evan M. ([Basingstoke, U.K.], 2010)
  • Good governance and e-government

    Moon, M. Jae ([Seoul], 2016)
    노트 : G20 Global Leadership Program
  • History of e-Government

    Jeong, Kuk Hwan (Seoul, South Korea, 2017)
  • Innovation and the information society: policy coherence and governance in Ireland.

    Ramirez, Paulina; Scott, Murray; Golden, William (IGI Global, 2011-01-11)
    This paper is part of the Irish contribution to the OECD project on 'Monitoring and Implementing Horizontal Innovation Policy' (MONIT). The objective of MONIT is to generate knowledge on how to improve innovation policy governance so as to create a more coherent and comprehensive innovation policy. Central to this is the achievement of greater degrees of horizontal coordination and coherence between the areas of innovation policy and those of other policy domains. The focus of MONIT therefore is on the capabilities of the policy making system that lead to innovation policies that are coherent with non-core innovation policy areas. The present study centres on the linkages and coherence between the policy making processes in the area of innovation policy and those of the Information Society (IS).