[AISWorld] New issue of Government Information Quarterly Vol. 32 no. 3

Marijn Janssen - TBM M.F.W.H.A.Janssen at tudelft.nl
Tue Aug 4 09:52:49 EDT 2015

The editors of Government Information Quarterly: An International Journal of Information and Technology Management, Policies, and Practices are pleased to announce the release of Volume 32, issue 3,  Pages 221-362, July 2015


Editorial  Board    
Digital  government evolution: From transformation to  contextualization  Pages 221-236  Tomasz Janowski

Regular Articles
A  metatheory of e-government: Creating some order in a fragmented research field   Original Research Article  Pages 237-245
Albert Meijer, Victor Bekkers

Measuring  scholarly use of government information: An altmetrics analysis of federal statistics   Original Research Article  Pages 246-252
Tara Das

Is  ICT a new essential for national economic growth in an information society?   Original Research Article  Pages 253-260
Sangki Jin, Cheong Moon Cho

How  much does broadband infrastructure matter? Decomposing the metro–non-metro adoption gap with the help of the National Broadband Map   Original  Research Article Pages 261-269
Brian Whitacre, Sharon Strover, Roberto Gallardo

Political  determinants of e-government performance revisited: Comparing democracies and autocracies   Original Research Article Pages 270-278
Sebastian Stier

E-government  and organizational change: Reappraising the role of ICT and bureaucracy in public service delivery   Original Research Article Pages 279-286
Antonio Cordella, Niccolò Tempini

‘Gentlemen,  all aboard!’ ICT and party politics: Reflections from a Mass-eParticipation experience   Original Research Article  Pages 287-298
Tommaso Federici, Alessio Maria Braccini, Øystein Sæbø

Local  engagement online: Municipal Facebook pages as hubs of interaction   Original Research Article  Pages 299-307
Azi Lev-On, Nili Steinfeld

Civic  open data at a crossroads: Dominant models and current challenges   Original Research Article  Pages 308-315
Renee E. Sieber, Peter A. Johnson

Government  data does not mean data governance: Lessons learnedfrom a public sector application audit   Original Research Article  Pages 316-322
Nik Thompson, Ravi Ravindran, Salvatore Nicosia

An  analysis of open government portals: A perspective of transparency for accountability   Original Research Article Pages 323-332
Rui Pedro Lourenço
A  sentiment analysis of U.S. local government tweets: The connection between tone and citizen involvement   Original Research Article Pages 333-341
Staci M. Zavattaro, P. Edward French, Somya D. Mohanty

U.S.  homeland security and risk assessment   Original Research Article Pages 342-352
Philip Doty

A  semantic (TRIZ) network analysis of South Korea's “Open Public Data” policy   Original Research Article Pages 353-358
Kyujin Jung, Han Woo Park

Web and Book Reviews
The  persistence of innovation in government  Andrew Lopez

Secrecy  in the Sunshine Era: The promises and failures of U.S. open  government laws  Dana Jackson-Hardwick
The Circulation of Agency in E-Justice: Interoperability and   Infrastructure for European Transborder Judicial Proceedings Francesco  Contini, Giovan Francesco Lanzara(2014), Springer, New York and  London,365 £ 117.00 (Hardcover), ISBN 978-94-007-7535-4, £ 111.15  (eBook), ISBN 978-94-007-7525-1    
Antonio Cordella

Theresa  M. Payton, Theodore Claypoole, Privacy in the age of big data: Recognizing threats, defending your rights, and protecting your family, Forward by the Honorable Howard A. Schmidt(2014), Rowan &  Littlefield, Lanham, MD (259 pp. $26.63 (hardback), ISBN-13 978-1442225459;  $14.82 (paperback) ISBN-13 978-1442242579)    
Aimée C. Quinn

Prof.dr.ir. Marijn Janssen
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek-professor in ICT & Governance
Head of ICT section 
Co-editor Government Information Quarterly 
Delft University of Technology
Building 31
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room B3.150
PO Box 5015 
2600 GA DELFT 
Jaffalaan 5 
the Netherlands

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