E-government and digital inclusion
Cesare Maioli (ed.)
Editor: Zaragoza Prensas Universitarias(2008)
Resumen: LEFIS organized a meeting in July 2007 in Jaca (Spain) to discuss the status and the perspectives of e-Government especially applied to the legal aspects of society. As it is known 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.
Palabra(s) clave: Electronic government ; Digital inclusion ; International
Descripción física: 136 pág.
Área de conocimiento: Filosofía del derecho
Departamento: Derecho Penal, Filosofía del Derecho e Historia del Derecho
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