Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/41972
Title: Towards an empirically based outcome analysis of governance, good governance & e-government
Authors: Gurstein, Michael
Kettani, Driss
El Mahdi, Asmae
Keywords: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
INTERNET
AUTOMATION
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
PUBLIC SERVICES
GOVERNANCE
MOROCCO
Date: 2006
Publisher: Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, MA
Abstract: This article reviews the current range of understandings with respect to certain of the concepts of particular significance to an understanding of local E-Government including the notions of governance, e-governance, and “good” governance. It mainly attempts through this analysis to identify means to operationalize certain of these concepts as a way to systematically assess the significance and value of the outcomes being produced. Finally, based on these analyses it presents a method for assessing the outcomes of e-Government project and specifically to measure the contribution of e-Government to enhanced good local governance. Such a systematic assessment will enable and facilitate the generation of knowledge on the implications of e-Government implementation for good governance.
Project Number: 101980
Project Title: Electronic Government Pilot Project (Morocco)
Access: IDRC Only
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