Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Special Issue of the Journal of Strategic Information Systems: eGovernment Strategies: ICT innovation in international public sector contexts

eGovernment Strategies: ICT innovation in international public sector contexts Edited by R. Hackney, K.C. Desouza and P. Chau, Volume 17, Issue 2, Pages 73-176 (June 2008)

A special issue on eGovernment strategies has been published by the Journal of Strategic Information Systems. I served as a co-editor for this special issue.

The special issue contains six papers:


  • Making e-Government systems workable: Exploring the evolution of frames (Bijan Azad, Samer Faraj)

  • Investigating organizational learning in eGovernment projects: A multi-theoretic approach (Chee Wei Phang, Atreyi Kankanhalli, Caizuan Ang)

  • User engagement in e-government systems implementation: A comparative case study of two Singaporean e-government initiatives (Calvin M.L. Chan, Shan L. Pan)

  • Adoption of ICT in a government organization in a developing country: An empirical study (Babita Gupta, Subhasish Dasgupta, Atul Gupta)

  • Learning lessons from evaluating eGovernment: Reflective case experiences that support transformational government (Zahir Irani, Peter E.D. Love, Stephen Jones)

  • Trust and risk in e-government adoption (France BĂ©langer, Lemuria Carter)

Please see here for more information on the special issue and to access the papers - http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09638687

1 comment:

JKC said...

Great set of papers! Congrats!