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The improved Chinese information environment influenced China's capacity to accept Freedom of Information (FOI). The comparison of different information management approaches to crises taken by the Chinese government over time demonstrates that without the improvement of the information...
This paper explores whether and how knowledge-based development models centering on the production and consumption of information technology can be applied to the southeastern region of Turkey, an area of longstanding social unrest manifested in separatist guerilla warfare, to help alleviate...
E-government has been the subject for benchmarking since the beginning of this decade, with several well-established surveys on the subject. These surveys employ different models for assessing the maturity of services, e-readiness, digital divide, and other relevant factors, leading to varying...
In the last decade or so the influence of the new information and communication technologies has received increasing attention in studies on election campaigning. However, little has been done to link the influence of ICTs on campaigning with the extensive literature on the impact of technology...
ICTs today have a great impact on the parliamentary democracy. With the advent of the Internet, ICTs have become more than a tool enabling more efficient and rational internal operations of the parliament; they now have the power to transform the relationship between the parliament and the...
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