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I. The Imperative of E-Government
I.1 The challenge of e-government for development
I.2 The potential of e-government: a historic opportunity
I.3 UN efforts towards bridging the digital divide
E-health for all: UN supports the developing world
II. Benchmarking E-government
II.1 The UN Global E-government Survey 2003
E-government nomenclature
II.1.1 The conceptual framework, methodology and data measurement
A. The state of e-government readiness
B. The extent of e-participation
E-participation framework
III. Research Findings and Analysis
A. Major findings
B. Global e-government readiness rankings
Global E-government Readiness Rankings 2003: Top 25 Countries
E-government Readiness Index, North America
South and Eastern Asia
E-government Readiness Rankings in South and Eastern Asia
South-central Asia
E-government Readiness Rankings in South-central Asia
Telecommunication and human capital indices for South and Central Asia
Innovative community-owned rural Internet kiosks in Gyandoot, India
Western Asia
E-government Readiness in Western Asia
E-government Readiness Rankings in Africa
Telecommunication Measures in Africa, Selected Countries
South and Central America
E-government Readiness Rankings in South and Central America
IV. Web Measure Assessments
IV.1 Stages of service delivery analysis
On-line Profile of UN Member States
Selected Common Characteristics of Country Websites
E-government Stages by Income Classification
IV.2 Stages of services delivery by country
U.K. interactive health website
Australian interactive job listing
Cambodia: It is all about the focus
Armenia’s on-line forum promotes democratic participation-
Mongolia: listening to citizens
V. The Extent of E-participation
Table 5.2 E-participation by Functional Classification
E-participation by Functional Classification
E-participation Aspects in National Programmes
E-participation by Income Category
The U.K. and the U.S.: Two approaches to e-participation
VI. Conclusions
VII. The Promise of the Future
Components of E-government Readiness Index
Telecommunication indicators 2003 — I
Telecommunication indicators 2003 — II
Telecommunication indicators 2003 — III
Technology Infrastructure Index 2003
E-Participation Index 2003
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Published by: Abdullah Al Mamun Parvez on Oct 31, 2011
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