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On Line Citizenship


On Line Citizenship

Emerging Technologies for European Cities

von: Eleonora Maria, Stefano Micelli

130,89 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 09.06.2006
ISBN/EAN: 9780387235493
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 214

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On Line Citizenship discusses the evolutionary trends of cities in terms of e-government in the present and future technological scenario. The focus is on the transformation of the relationships between city administrations and citizens due to Information and Communication Technology. On a broad perspective, the book intends to present opportunities and threats in the development of on line citizenship in the framework of the European Union. On Line Citizenship gathers original contributions and documents presented at the International Conference On Line Citizenship - Emerging Technologies for European Cities promoted by Telecities-Eurocities and the City of Venice in co-operation with Venice International University and sponsored by SUN Microsystems, held in Venice, May 30-31, 2003. The work is complemented by multimedia presentations and speeches from the conference, available at http://it.sun.com/eventi/online_citizenship (reserved area).
On Line Citizenship discusses the evolutionary trends of cities in terms of e-government in the present and future technological scenario. The focus is on the transformation of the relationships between city administrations and citizens due to Information and Communication Technology. On a broad perspective, the book intends to present opportunities and threats in the development of on line citizenship in the framework of the European Union. On Line Citizenship gathers original contributions and documents presented at the International Conference On Line Citizenship - Emerging Technologies for European Cities promoted by Telecities-Eurocities and the City of Venice in co-operation with Venice International University and sponsored by SUN Microsystems, held in Venice, May 30-31, 2003. The work is complemented by multimedia presentations and speeches from the conference, available at http://it.sun.com/eventi/online_citizenship (reserved area).
Contributing Authors
Preface
Acknowledgments

Digital Cities And E-Government: The Institutional Perspective
E-Government: European Commission Policies and Activities; Rosalie Zobel
Telecities: The Role Of City Networks In E-Government Processes; Teresa Serra
The Italian Approach To Local E-Government; Giulio De Petra and Luca De Pietro

Experience And Initiatives In Europe
E-Democracy: The Participation Of Citizens And New Forms Of The Decision-Making Process; Eleonora Di Maria and Luca Simone Rizzo Web Service Portals: Transforming Local Administrations Through Enabling Technologies; Anna Francesca Pattaro and Francesco Schiavone
Re-Use Of Solutions And Open Source Software In Public Administrations; Vladi Finotto and Angela Forte
E-Government Developmental Guidelines; Stefano Micelli

Appendix
References
Index
Eleonora Di Maria, Ph.D. in organization and business management, is senior research at the TeDIS Center, Venice International University. She is researcher at the University of Padova and she also collaborates with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Her research interests focus on the impacts of information technologies on economic developments and on the evolution of local systems and cities related to ICT.

Stefano Micelli is associate professor of business management at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Director of the TeDIS Center (Center for Studies on Technologies in Distributed Intelligence Systems), Venice International University. He is author of many articles and books focused on the impacts of ICT on firms and local manufacturing systems of SMEs.
On Line Citizenship discusses the evolutionary trends of cities in terms of e-government in the present and future technological scenario. The focus is on the transformation of the relationships between city administrations and citizens due to Information and Communication Technology. On a broad perspective, the book intends to present opportunities and threats in the development of on line citizenship in the framework of the European Union.  On Line Citizenship gathers original contributions and documents presented at the International Conference On Line Citizenship - Emerging Technologies for European Cities promoted by Telecities-Eurocities and the City of Venice in co-operation with Venice International University and sponsored by SUN Microsystems, held in Venice, May 30-31 2003.
The book presents e-government issues from an institutional as well as a practical point of view through the contributions of distinguished authors representative of the European Union, the European network of cities (Telecities) and the Italian Government.  On Line Citizenship offers an innovative approach in the analysis of technology's  evolutionary paths in e-government through a comparison with e-business trends.
Presents original contributions in the field of e-government including sixteen new case studies of projects promoted by European cities
The work takes an innovative approach in interpreting e-government trends by developing comparisons with e-business