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What are the consequences of the ongoing process of informatisation for the democratic constitutional state? To answer this question a topical perspective of the constitutional state is provided. In this perspective, the constitutional state is portrayed as a 'house', an edifice to which new...
This article assesses the role of ICTs in the context of membership participation and activism within political parties. It uses an online survey of over 2000 UK Liberal Democrat party members to examine how far the Internet/email can: (1) widen participation within political parties by...
With the development of e-commerce, digital intermediaries have joined the value chain linking suppliers and consumers. These intermediaries add value by undertaking several roles: aggregation, facilitation, matching and providing an environment of trust for transacting parties. In the public...
This paper has two principal objectives: to provide an account of the nature and extent of e-government in Australia at the three levels of government and to examine some of the major obstacles to the realization of the potential of e-government. Drawing on the published record and a benchmark...
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