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Editorial for EJEG Volume 16 Issue 2  pp185-186

Dr Carl Erik Moe

© Oct 2018 Volume 16 Issue 2, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp87 - 186

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Editorial for EJEG Volume 17 Issue 1  pp63-63

Dr Carl Erik Moe

© Apr 2019 Volume 17 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 64

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Editorial for EJEG Volume 16 Issue 1  pp1-1

Carl Erik Moe

© May 2018 Volume 16 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 86

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The Role of ICT Education and Training in Poverty Reduction and Economic Empowerment: A Case Study of Jigawa State Government ICT4D Intervention  pp2-18

Kanya Rislana, Alice Good, Carl Adams, Philip Scott

© May 2018 Volume 16 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 86

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An Investigation into Sustainable e‑Government in Saudi Arabia  pp1-16

Sulaiman Aljarallah, Dr. Russell Lock

© Apr 2020 Volume 18 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 82

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On Complex Adaptive Systems and Electronic Government: A Proposed Theoretical Approach for Electronic Government Studies  pp43-53

Keegan McBride, Dirk Draheim

© Apr 2020 Volume 18 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 82

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E‑government in Rwanda: Implementation, Challenges and Reflections  pp19-31

Jean Damascene Twizeyimana, Hannu Larsson, Åke Grönlund

© May 2018 Volume 16 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 86

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Beyond Information‑Sharing. A Typology Of Government Challenges And Requirements For Two‑Way Social Media Communication With Citizens  pp32-45

Enzo Falco, Reinout Kleinhans

© May 2018 Volume 16 Issue 1, Editor: Dr Carl Erik Moe, pp1 - 86

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