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Dangerous Enthusiasms. E-government, Computer Failure and Information System Development, by R. Gauld and S. Goldfinch

Dangerous Enthusiasms. E-government, Computer Failure and Information System Development, by R.... Information Polity 11 (2006) 283–286 IOS Press Dangerous Enthusiasms. E-government, Computer Failure and Information System Development, by R. Gauld & S. Goldfinch, 2006, Otago University Press, 160pp Comparative Perspectives on E-government. Serving Today and Building for Tomorrow, edited by P. Hernon, R. Cullen, & H.C. Relyea, 2006, Scarecrow Press, Inc., 412pp Computerisation and E-Government in Social Security: A Comparative International Study, by M. Adler & P. Henman, July 2005, Research report published in E-Government Series, IBM Center for The Business of Government, 55pp Compared to the vastly increasing number of consultancy reports on e-government there are not so many academic publications in this field. Offering empirical insights on e-government developments in a large variety of countries, also in comparative perspective, each of these three studies are welcome additions to the scarcely existing academic literature in the field and deserve closer reading therefore. Dangerous Enthusiasms is the intriguing title of what turns out to be one of the first academic publications on e-government developments in New Zealand. Interestingly it is also one of the very few academic publications offering in-depth empirical insights on the introduction and further development of large ICT systems in public sector organisations over a substantial http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Information Polity IOS Press

Dangerous Enthusiasms. E-government, Computer Failure and Information System Development, by R. Gauld and S. Goldfinch

Information Polity , Volume 11 (3) – Jan 1, 2006

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Information Polity 11 (2006) 283–286 IOS Press Dangerous Enthusiasms. E-government, Computer Failure and Information System Development, by R. Gauld & S. Goldfinch, 2006, Otago University Press, 160pp Comparative Perspectives on E-government. Serving Today and Building for Tomorrow, edited by P. Hernon, R. Cullen, & H.C. Relyea, 2006, Scarecrow Press, Inc., 412pp Computerisation and E-Government in Social Security: A Comparative International Study, by M. Adler & P. Henman, July 2005, Research report published in E-Government Series, IBM Center for The Business of Government, 55pp Compared to the vastly increasing number of consultancy reports on e-government there are not so many academic publications in this field. Offering empirical insights on e-government developments in a large variety of countries, also in comparative perspective, each of these three studies are welcome additions to the scarcely existing academic literature in the field and deserve closer reading therefore. Dangerous Enthusiasms is the intriguing title of what turns out to be one of the first academic publications on e-government developments in New Zealand. Interestingly it is also one of the very few academic publications offering in-depth empirical insights on the introduction and further development of large ICT systems in public sector organisations over a substantial

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Published: Jan 1, 2006

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