A quest for an applicable model of growth for Directgov

Hahamis, P. 2011. A quest for an applicable model of growth for Directgov. in: Klun, M., Decman, M. and Jukic, T. (ed.) The proceedings of the 11th European conference on e-government Academic Conferences and Publishing International. pp. 612-620

Chapter titleA quest for an applicable model of growth for Directgov
AuthorsHahamis, P.
EditorsKlun, M., Decman, M. and Jukic, T.
Abstract

This paper presents research towards the Henley Doctor of

Business Administration (DBA) Programme which is in progress. The purpose

of the paper is to review the most well known models of growth for

eCommerce/eBusiness and in particular eGovernment to date, on a quest to

identify an applicable model for mapping the progress made by the most

prominent state-of-the-art eGovernment initiative of the UK government, the

Directgov portal.

Book titleThe proceedings of the 11th European conference on e-government
Page range612-620
Year2011
PublisherAcademic Conferences and Publishing International
Publication dates
Published2011
ISBN9781908272003

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