Ict And Innovation In The Public Sector: European Studies in the Making of E-Government by F. Contini

Ict And Innovation In The Public Sector: European Studies in the Making of E-Government

byF. Contini, G. Lanzara

Hardcover | November 28, 2008

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This book originates from a multiple year research project on ICT and justice in a number of EU countries. Among the projects major objectives was the development of new methodologies for facilitating ICT-based innovation in the judiciary.

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FRANCESCO CONTINI is a Researcher at IRSIG (Research Institute on Judicial Systems) of Italys National Research Council. His research work is on ICT-based organizational and institutional innovation in the Italian and European judiciaries. He edited with Marco Fabri the volumes Judicial Electronic Data Interchange in Europe (Lo Scarab...

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Title:Ict And Innovation In The Public Sector: European Studies in the Making of E-GovernmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.04 inPublished:November 28, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023022489X

ISBN - 13:9780230224896

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Table of Contents

Introduction--F. Contini and G. Francesco Lanzara
PART I: PERSPECTIVES: ICT, INSTITUTIONS AND E-GOVERNMENT
Building Digital Institutions: ICT and the Rise of Assemblages in Government--G. Francesco Lanzara
How Institutions are Inscribed in Technical Objects and what it may mean in the case of the Internet--B. Czarniawska
The Regulative Regime of Technology--J. Kallinikos
ICT, Marketization and Bureaucracy in the UK Public Sector: Critique and Reappraisal--A. Cordella and L. Willcocks
PART II: EXPERIENCES: ICT, INSTITUTIONAL COMPLEXITY, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF E-SERVICES
E-justice in Finland and in Italy: Enabling Versus Constraining Models--M. Fabri
Aligning ICT and Legal Frameworks in Austrias e-bureaucracy: From Mainframe to the Internet--S. Koch and E. Bernroider
Institutional Complexity and Functional Simplification: The Case of Money Claim Online Service in England and Wales--J. Kallinikos
Assemblage-in-the-making: Developing the e-services for the Justice of the Peace Office in Italy--M. Velicogna and F. Contini
ICT, Assemblages and Institutional Contexts: Understanding Multiple Development Paths--F. Contini