International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG)

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International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG)

http://www.inderscience.com/ijeg

Publisher: Inderscience

In a world that becomes more digitally interconnected every day, governance
functions at all levels are increasingly enacted through networked
electronic media that in turn create new capabilities for opening up and
innovating the governance process. The International Journal of Electronic
Governance (IJEG) is a fully refereed inter-disciplinary research journal
covering the theory, applications and impact of using the internet, the
world-wide web and digital communication media as governance channels.

The journal focuses on the use of electronic and information technologies in
deliberation over democratic policy and decision making processes, community
governance as well as governance in non-political domains such as corporate,
open project, online community and social network contexts.

IJEG also explores the relations between electronic governance, digital
communication and digital inclusion, novel technologies for electronic
governance such as governance games and simulations, and the political,
organisational, social, psychological and cognitive aspects of electronic
governance.

IJEG aims to help researchers and practitioners, academic educators and
policy makers to contribute, disseminate knowledge and learn from each
others¹ work through cutting-edge thinking in electronic governance, and
emphasises the international dimension in order to overcome cultural and
national barriers and respond to accelerating technological and global
change.

With the objective of becoming an outstanding forum where electronic
governance research and practice can take a shape of its own and results can
be shared across institutions, governments, academia, research and the
practitioner community, IJEG seeks

* up-to-date, leading research reports to help readers stay ahead and
maintain a competitive edge best practice in electronic governance
* practical guidance reports on ways to achieve greater openness and
innovation in the development and implementation of electronic governance
* in-depth analysis and interpretation that advances understanding and
provides a framework for further study of electronic governance
* international coverage that allows the sharing of information, knowledge
and insight on a worldwide scale.

IJEG publishes high quality original and review research papers, technical
reports, conference reports, book reviews, notes, commentaries and news to
keep readers at the forefront of the latest thinking and research in
electronic governance, as well as case studies, management reports,
practical applications, best practice reports and success stories to
illustrate the design, implementation, development and management of
electronic governance projects. IJEG publishes regular and special issues
with themes that can alternate between different domains of electronic
governance practice.

Contribution to the journal may be by submission or invitation, and
suggestions for special issues and publications are welcome.

ISSN (Online): 1742-7517
ISSN (Print): 1742-7509

Editor-in-Chief:

Prof. Panagiotis Georgiadis
University of Athens
E-Government Laboratory
TYPA Buildings
Panepistimiopolis Ilission
Ilissia-Athens GR-15784
GREECE

Email: georgiad@di.uoa.gr

Content available by subscription. Free content available online.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 1 Issue 2 2008

Date: 24 April 2008

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Original posting date: 
Thursday, April 24, 2008
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