The Electronic Journal of e-Government (EJEG) publishes research on topics relevant to the design, evaluation, implementation and management of e-Government/e-Governance, e-Democracy, e-Participation and other dimension of this field of study.
The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in these fields of study. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research and practice of e-Government. All papers a double blind reviewed.
Accreditations for The Electronic Journal of e-Government:
- rated level 1 in the Danish Government bibliometric lists.
- listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Directory
- listed in the Norwegian Social Science Data Services
- listed in the Open Access Journals database
- listed in the EBSCO database of electronic Journals
- listed in the Cabell Directory of Publishing Opportunities
- indexed by the Institution of Engineering and Technology in the UK
- indexed by CiteseerX
- indexed by ERIC www.eric.ed.gov
Available from www.academic-bookshop.com Case Studies in E-Government is a new book which features a selection of case studys in important aspects of eGovernment, with an introduction and chapter by chapter comments by the journal's editor Frank Bannister.
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