An overview over the worldwide development of e-government
This paper presents itself as a state of the art over e-government development in the world. In starts with defining e-government, then detailing e-government delivery models and goes on with perceived risks and advantages together with examples of good practice in e-government.It also contains a literature review over open source use and open source applications in e-government in Europe.
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- Stefan Haefliger & Georg von Krogh & Sebastian Spaeth, 2008. "Code Reuse in Open Source Software," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 54(1), pages 180-193, January.
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