Publications

For an up to date list of NCDG publications, please visit the NCDG Scholarworks page.

 

2010

Fountain, J. 2010. "Foreword." In Enrico Ferro, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Michael D. Williams (Eds.). Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable and Competitive Information Society. IGI Global.

Schweik, C. M. & Kitsing, M. 2010. Applying Elinor Ostrom’s Rule Classification Framework to the Analysis of Open Source Software CommonsTransnational Corporations Review 2.1, 13-26.

Schweik, C.M., English, R., Paienjton, Q., and Haire, S. 2010. “Success and Abandonment in Open Source Commons: Selected Findings from an Empirical Study of Sourceforge.net Projects.” Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS 2010) Workshops. Notre Dame, IN, USA. June 2, 2010.

Zhang, R. & Lui, H. 2010. UN Global E-Government Survey and Evaluation System: Characteristics and ImplicationsInformation Science Journal, 3.

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2009

Hamel, M.P. & Schweik, C. 2009. Open Source Collaboration: Two Cases in the US Public Sector. First Monday, 14(1). Online.

Ferro, E., Dwivedi, Y. K., Gil-Garcia, J. R.,& Williams, M. D., Eds. 2009. Handbook of Research on Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable and Competitive Information Society. IGI Global.

Fountain, J. 2009. Bureaucratic reform and e-government in the United States: an institutional perspective. Handbok of Internet Politics, ed. Andrew Chadwick and Phiip Howard. Routledge. [Chinese Translation]

Hamel, M. & Schweik, C. (2009). Open-Source Collaboration: Two Cases in the U.S. Public Sector. First Monday. 14(1).

Lazer, D. et al. 2009. Computational Social ScienceScience323(5915), 721-723.

Mergel, I., Schweik, C. & Fountain, J. 2009. The Transformational Effect of Web 2.0 Technologies on Government.

Schweik, C. M., Fernandez, M., Hamel, M.P., Kashwan, P., Lewis, Q., Stepanov, A. 2009. Reflections of an Online Geographic Information Systems Course Based on Open Source Software. Social Science Computer Review. 27(1), 118-129.

Schweik, C. M., English, R. & Haire, S. 2009. Factors Leading to Success or Abandonment of Open Source Commons: An Empirical Analysis of Sourceforge.net Projects. South African Computer Journal 43, 58-65.

 

 

2008

Eom, S.J. 2008. The Institutional Dimension of e-Government Promotion: A Comparative Study on the 'Business Reference Model' in the U.S. and Korea, PhD diss., Seoul National University, Korea.

Ferro, E., Helbig, N. & Gil-Garcia, J.R. 2008. Digital Divide and Broadband Access: The Case of an Italian Region. In Handbook of Research on Global Diffusion of Broadband Data Transmission, ed Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, and Jyoti Choudrie. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Fountain, J.E. 2008. Notes on the Impact of Research on the Development of eGovernment. European Review of Political Technologies, Special Issue: Towards a Common eGovernment Research Agenda in Europe. 5: 61-70.

Fountain, J.E. 2008. Bureaucratic Reform and E-Government in the United States: An Institutional Perspective. In The Handbook of Internet Politics, ed. Andrew Chadwick and Philip N. Howard. New York: Routledge. [See NCDG working paper #07-006]

Gil-García, J. R. 2008. Using Partial Least Squares in Digital Government Research. In Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, ed. G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Gil-García, J. R. & Hassan, S. 2008. Structuration Theory, Organizational Change, and Government IT. In Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, ed. G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Hassan, S. & Gil-García, J.R. 2008. Institutional Theory and E-Government Research. In Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, ed. G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Puron-Cid, G. & Gil-García, J.R. 2008. Performance and Accountability in E-Budgeting Projects. In Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, ed. G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Sandoval-Almazan, R & Gil-García, J.R. 2008. Limitations of Evolutionary Approaches to E-Government. In Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, ed. G. David Garson and Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Schellong, A. 2008. Citizen Relationship Management - A Study of CRM in Government. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.

Schweik,C., English R., Kitsing, M. and Haire, S. 2008. Brooks' versus Linus' Law: An Empirical Test of Open Source Projects. in Soon Ae Chun, Marijn Janssen and Ramon Gil-Garcia (eds.) The Proceedings 9th International Digital Government Research Conference, Montreal, Canada, May 18-21, pp. 423-424.

 

2007

English, R. & Schweik, C. 2007. Identifying Success and Tragedy of FLOSS Commons: A Preliminary Classification of Sourceforge.net Projects [PDF], NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 07-002.

English, R. & Schweik, C.M. 2007. Identifying Success and Abandonment of Free/Libre and Open Source (FLOSS) Commons: A Preliminary Classification of Sourceforge.net projectsUpgrade: The European Journal for the Informatics Professional. 8(6)

English, R. and Schweik, C.M. 2007. Identifying Sucess and Tragedy of Free/Libre and Open Source (FLOSS) Commons: A Preliminary Classification of Sourceforge.net projects. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Emerging Trends in FLOSS Research and Development (FLOSS'07:ICSE Workshops 2007), 20-26 May, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Ferro, E., Helbig, N.C., & Gil-Garcia, J.R. 2007. The Digital Divide Metaphor: Understanding Paths to IT Literacy [PDF]., NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 07-001.

Fountain, J.E. 2007. Institutional Development in the Virtual State: The Missing Link in Technological Perspectives on e-Government. Politicheskaya Nauka (Political Science), Special issue: E-government and Democracy at the beginning of the XXI Century: Conceptions and Implementation Practice (4): 50-77. [Available through http://elibrary.ru/ ]

Fountain, J.E. 2007. Challenges to Organizational Change: Multi-level Integrated Information Structures (MIIS). InGovernance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government, ed. David Lazer and Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [Pre-publication working paper]

Gil-García, J. R. & Dawes, S. 2007. The New York State Website: Accommodating Diversity through a Distributed Management Structure. In Case Studies in Digital Government, ed. Bruce Rocheleau. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Gil-García, J. R. & Martinez-Moyano, I. 2007. Understanding the Evolution of E-Government: The Influence of Systems of Rules on Public Sector Dynamics. Government Information Quarterly. 24(2): 266-290. [This article is the final product of NCDG Working Paper No. 05-001]

Lazar, D. and Mayer-Schonberger, V., eds. 2007. Governance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Lazer, D. &. Binz-Scharf, M.C. 2007. It takes a network to build a network. In Governance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government, ed. David Lazer and Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Luna-Reyes, L. F., Gil-Garcia, J.R. & Cruz, C.B. 2007. E-Mexico: Collaborative Structures in Mexican Public Administration. International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce 3 (2): 54-70.

Luna-Reyes, L. F., Gil-García, J.R. & Cruz, C.B. 2007. Collaborative Digital Government in Mexico: Some Lessons from Federal Web-Based Interorganizational Information Integration Initiatives. Government Information Quarterly. 24(4): 808-826.

Luna-Reyes, L., Gil-García, J.R. & Rojas-Bandera, J.S. 2007. An Exploratory Study of Electronic Government and State Portals in Mexico.  In Latin America Online: Cases, Successes and Pitfalls, ed. Mila Gascó-Hernández. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.

Sarikas, O. & Schellong, A. 2007. Convergence: The Mergers and Acquisitions New MantraShipping International Monthly Review 272 (January): 62-65.

Shah, R. C., & Kesan, J. P. 2007. The Privatization of the Internet's Backbone NetworkJournal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 51.1 (March): 93-109.

Schellong, A. 2007. Waiting for the next disruptionShipping International Monthly Review 272 (426): 66-68.

Schellong, A. & Sarikas, O. 2007. At your serviceShipping International Monthly Review 272 (426): 70-72.

Schellong, A. & Langenberg, T. 2007. Managing Citizen Relationships: Hurricane Wilma, 311 and Miami-Dade County. Paper presented at HICSS, January 3-6, in Waikoloa, Big Island, Hawaii.

Schweik, C.M. and English, R. 2007. Conceptualizing the Institutional Designs of Free/Libre and Open Source Software Projects. First Monday 12(2).

Schweik, C. & English, R. 2007. Tragedy of the FOSS Commons? Investigating the Institutional Designs of Free/Libre and Open Source Software ProjectsNCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 07-003.

Schweik, C. 2007. Free / Open Source Software as a Framework for Scientific Collaboration. In Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice, ed. Hess, C. & Ostrom, E. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. [Book abstract from MIT Press]

Schweik, C. & English, R. 2007. Tragedy of the FOSS commons? Investigating the institutional designs of free/libre and open source software projects. First Monday. 12(2) Online. [HTML paper]

 

2006

Bieber, F. R., Brenner, C.H & Lazer, D. 2006. Finding Criminals Through DNA of Their RelativesScience 312 (5778): 1315-1316.

Boase, J. 2006. America Online and Offline: The Relationship of Personal Networks to Email and Other Communication Media, PhD diss., University of Toronto.

Boase, J. & Wellman, B. 2006. Personal Relationships: On and Off the Internet. In Handbook of Personal Relations, ed. Perlman & Vangelisti. Oxford: Blackwell.

Boase, J., Horrigan, J., Wellman, B. & Rainie L. 2006. The Strength of Internet TiesPew Internet & American Life Project

Fountain, J.E. 2006. Challenges to Organizational Change: Multi-Level Integrated Information Structures (MIIS)NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 06-001. [Also a BSCIA working paper]

Fountain, J.E. 2006. Central Issues in the Political Development of the Virtual State. In The Network Society: From Knowledge to Policy, ed. M. Castells & G. Cardoso. Johns Hopkins Center for Transatlantic Relations. [The entire book is available under a creative commons license here (PDF) ]

Fountain, J.E. 2006. Still Under Construction: On the Path to the Virtual State. University of Tokyo Working Paper Series. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. September.

Fountain, J.E. & Lazer, D. 2006. The National Center for Digital Government and the Program on Networked Governance: Project Highlights. Paper presented at the 2006 annual national conference on Digital government research. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 151: 191-192. [PDF Entire Proceedings, 20,169KB | ACM Proceedings Page]

Gil-García, J. R. & Helbig, N. 2006. Exploring E-Government Benefits and Success Factors. In Encyclopedia of Digital Government, ed. Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko and Matti Malkia. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.  [ISBN: 1-59140-789-3]

Gil-García, J. R. & Pardo, T.A. 2006. Multi-method Approaches to Understanding the Complexity of E-Government. International Journal on Computers, Systems and Signals (2): 3-17.

Gil-García, J. R. & Luna-Reyes, L. 2006. Integrating Conceptual Approaches to E-Government. In Encyclopedia of E-Commerce, E-Government and Mobile Commerce, ed. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.  [ISBN: 1-59140-799-0]

Hindman, M. 2006. A mile wide and an inch deep: measuring media diversity online and off-line. In Localism and Media Diversity, ed. P. Napoli. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Kesan, J. P. & Shah, R. C. 2006. Shaping Code. Journal of Internet Law (9): 3-14.

Kesan, J.P. & Shah, R.C. 2006. Setting Software DefaultsNotre Dame Law Review 82: 583-634..

Lazer, D. & Mayer-Schoenberger, V. 2006. Statutory Frameworks for Regulating Information Flows: Drawing Lessons for the DNA Databanks from other Government Data Systems. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 34 (2): 366-74.

Lazer, D., Esterling, K. & Neblo, M. 2006. Measuring and Explaining the Quality of Web Sites In the (Virtual) House of Representatives. In Current Issues and Trends in E-Government Research (Advances in Electronic Government Research), ed. D. Norris, 146-162. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

Lazer, D., 2006. Global and Domestic Governance: Modes of Interdependence in Regulatory PolicymakingEuropean Law Journal 12 (4): 455-468.

Meijer, A.J. 2006. ICTs and Political Accountability: An Assessment of the Impact of Digitization in Government on Political Accountability in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York StateNCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 06-002.

Okumura, H. 2006. Progress of e-Government in developing countries. Electronic Journal [Japanese], Japan Bank for International Cooperation Working Paper.

Okumura, H. 2006. Progress of e-Government in the US federal government in Bush Administration. In Institute of Administrative Information Systems, A study of effects of modernization and efficiency in public administrations from the standpoint of ICT users, Japan.

Pedersen, M. K., Fountain, J.E., & Loukis E. 2006. Preface to the Focus Theme Section: Electronic Markets and e-Government. Electronic Markets special issue 16 (4): 263-273.

Sandoval Almazán, R. & Gil-García, J. R. 2006. E-Government Portals in Mexico. In Encyclopedia of E-Commerce, E-Government and Mobile Commerce, ed. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc.  [ISBN: 1-59140-799-0]

Sandoval-Almazan, R. & Gil-García, J.R. 2006. An Examination of the State Portals [In Spanish]. Política Digital 29 (April-May): 30-32.

Seoul Development Institute. 2006. Seoul Survey Analysis and policy Implications-Two way communications of SeoulDigitalCity. (Seoul Survey Report) Seoul: Byun: M.

Schellong, A. 2006. Increasing Social Capital for Disaster through Social Networking Services: A Case Study of Japanese Local Government SNSUniversity of Tokyo 21st Century COE program "Invention of Policy Systems in Advanced Countries." Occasional Paper.

Schellong, A. 2006. Citizen Relationship Management. In Encyclopedia of Digital Government, ed. Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko and Malkia, Matti, 174-182. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

Schellong, A. & Langenberg, T. 2006. Effective Citizen Relationship Management: Hurricane Wilma and Miami-Dade County 311. Poster presented at the 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, DG.O, May 21-24, in San Diego, CA.

Schellong, A. (n.d.) Citizen Relationship Management: Empirical and Critical Analysis of its Application and chances of improving the citizen government relationship (working title). Thesis in progress, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

 

2005

Berman, F. & Fountain, J. 2005. Organization of CI and CI-enabled Organizations. Final report from the session on organizations at the SBE/CISE Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure for the Social Sciences. [Session Report, PDF]

Bieber, F. R. & Lazer, D. 2005. Shaking the Family Tree. Provincetown Banner, January 26. Retrieved August 17, 2006 from here.

Boase, J., Miyata, K., Wellman, B. & Ikeda, K. (2005). The Mobile-izing Japanese: Connecting to the Internet by PC and Webphone in Yamanashi. In Portable, Personal, Intimate: Mobile Phones in Japanese Life, ed. M. Ito, D. Okabe, & M. Matsuda. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Boase, J. & Wellman, B. 2005. Personal Relationships: On and Off the Internet. In Handbook of Personal Relations, ed. Perlman & Vangelisti. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coe, A. 2005. An Empirical Study of the Correlates of Successful Cross-Agency E-Government Collaboration in Canada. National Center for Digital Government

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Central Issues in the Political Development of the Virtual State. Paper prepared for The Network Society and the Knowledge Economy: Portugal in the Global Context Lisbon conference, March 2005, in Lisbon, Portugal.

Fountain, J.E. 2005. The Virtual State is not the Virtual Corporation. The Taubman Center Report. A. Alfred Taubman Center for State and Local Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. p 27. [The full report is available here.]

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional ChangeBrasilia: Escola Nacional de Administracao Publica (Portuguese translation).

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Tokyo, Japan: Ichigeisya (Japanese translation).

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Central Issues in the Political Development of the Virtual StateInvited paper presented at The Network Society and the Knowledge Economy: Portugal in the Global Context, March 4 and 5, 2005, Lisbon, Centro Cultural de Bel.

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Preface to the Japanese translation of Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional ChangeBuilding the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Ichigei-sha Co., Ltd.

Fountain, J.E. & Berman, F. 2005. Organization of CI and CI-Enabled Organization. Session report from the SBE/CISE NSF Workshop on Cyberinfrastructure and Social Sciences.

Fountain, J.E. 2005. Enacting Technology in Networked Governance: Developmental Processes of Cross-Agency Arrangements. Bond University Working Paper Series. Bond University, School of Business, Queensland, Australia. December 2.

Gil-Garcia, J. R. & Martinez-Moyano, I. J. 2005. Exploring E-Government Evolution: The Influence of Systems of Rules on Organizational ActionNCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 05-001.

Gil-Garcia, J.R. & Pardo, T.A. 2005. E-Government Success Factors: Mapping Practical Tools to Theoretical Foundations. Government Information Quarterly 22: 187-216.

Gil-Garcia, J.R., Martinez, G. & Cardenas, S. 2005. The Dilemmas of the New Public Management in Action: The Office of Educational Development in Mexico [In Spanish]. Ciencias de Gobierno.

Gil-Garcia, J.R. 2005. Enacting State Websites: A Mixed Method Study Exploring E-Government Success in Multi-Organizational Settings. Phd diss., University at Albany, State University of New York.

Hindman, M. 2005. Voice, equality, and the Internet. PhD diss., Princeton University.

Hindman, M. 2005. The Real Lessons of Howard Dean: Reflections on the First Digital Campaign. Perspectives on Politics 3 (1): 121-128.

Jackson, S. 2005. Building the Virtual River: Numbers, Models, and Water Management in California. PhD diss., University of California, San Diego. 

Jackson, S. 2005. Technopoles and Development in a Borderless World: Boundaries Erased, Boundaries Constructed. In Holding the Line: Borders in a Global World, ed. H. Nicol & I. Townsend-Gault, 308-332. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

Jackson, S. 2005. Ex-Communication: Competition and Collusion in the U.S. Prison Telephone IndustryCritical Studies in Media Communication 22 (4): 263-280.

Kesan, J. P., & Shah, R. C. 2005. Shaping CodeHarvard Journal of Law & Technology 18 (2): 319-399.

Lazer, D. 2005. Home (Page) Style: Determinates of the Quality of House Members Websites. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 2 (1): 50-63.

Lazer, D. 2005. Regulatory Capitalism as a Networked Order: The International System as an Informational Network. In The Rise of Regulatory Capitalism: The Global Diffusion of a New Order, ed. D. Levi-Faur & J. Jordana. Sage Publications.

Lazer, D. (2005). Regulatory Capitalism as a Networked Order: The International System as an Informational Network. Annals of the AmericanAcademy of Political and Social Science 598 (1): 52-66.

Lazer, D.  Katz, N., Arrow, H., & Contractor, N. 2005. The Network Perspective on Small Groups: Theory and Research. In Perspectives on Small Group Research, ed. A. Hollingshead & S. Poole. Sage Publications.

Luna-Reyes, L., Zhang, J., Gil-Garcia, J.R. &. Cresswell, A.M. 2005. Information Systems Development as Emergent Socio-Technical Change: A Practice ApproachEuropean Journal of Information Systems 14: 93-105.

Luna-Reyes, L. & Gil-García, J.R. 2005. Security Implications for Electronic Government [In Spanish]. Revista IAPEM, 60 (January-April): 181-205.

Macedo, I. & Gil-García, J.R. 2005. Book Review: Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change by Jane Fountain [In Spanish]. Gestión y Política Pública 14 (1): 201-209.

Mengis, J. &. Eppler, M.J. 2005. Wirksames Wissen: Moderne Management Methoden als merkbare Metaphern. Versus Verlag, Zurich.

Mergel, I. 2005. The Influence of Multiplex Network Ties on the Adoption of eLearning Practices: A Social Network Analysis. PhD diss., University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Miyata, K., Wellman, B., & Boase, J. 2005. The Wired - and Wireless - Japanese: Webphones, PCs and Social Networks. In Mobile Communications: Re-negotiation of the Social Sphere, ed. R. Ling  & P. E. Pedersen. Surrey, UK: Springer.

Miyata, K., Boase, J., Wellman, B., & Ikeda, K. 2005.  The Mobile-izing Japanese: Connecting to the Internet by PC and Webphone in Yamanashi. In Portable, Personal, Pedestrian: Mobile Phones in Japanese Life, ed. M. Ito, M. Matsuda & D. Okabe. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Okumura, H. 2005. General Observations on the Japanese Government officials’ utilization of Information and communication technology. Public Administration and Automatic Data Processing (ADP) 41: 52.

Okumura, H. 2005. Towards the effective and creative government: US-Japan comparative overview on IT governance in the governments. In Report of the second Virtual State Symposium. Symposium conducted by the Institute of Administrative Information Systems, Japan.

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Schellong, A. 2005. Raumboerse: Innovative Wege aus dem universitaerem RaumproblemWissenschaftsmanagement 11 (1): 11-15.

Schellong, A. & Langenberg, T. 2005. Bürgerpartizipation und Bürgerorientierung - Chancen für die Kommunalverwaltung. In Kommunalpolitik der Zukunft: partnerschaftlich und professionell, ed. Stock, Alexander/ and Kegelmann, Jürgen. ibidem, Stuttgart.

Langenberg, T. & Schellong, A. 2005. Die Rolle der Neuen Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien in der Kommunalpolitik des 21. Jahrhunderts. In Kommunalpolitik der Zukunft: partnerschaftlich und professionell, ed. Stock, Alexander and Kegelmann, Jürgen. ibidem, Stuttgart.

Schweik, C.M. 2005. An Institutional Analysis Approach to Studying Libre Software “Commons. Upgrade: The European Journal for the Informatics Professional VI (3): 17-27. Spanish version available at: http://www.ati.es/novatica/.

Schweik, C., Evans, T. & Grove, J. 2005. Open Source and Open Content: a Framework for Global Collaboration in Social-Ecological Research. Ecology and Society 10 (1): 33.

Selian, A. 2005. Cosmetic Democracies: ICTs, Political Development and Governance in the Post-Communist World. Case Study: Armenia. PhD diss., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

Shah, R. C., & Kesan, J. P. 2005. Nurturing Software: How Societal Institutions Shape the Development of Software. Communications of the ACM 48 (9): 80-85.

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2004

Arellano-Gault,D. & Gil-García, J. R. 2004. Public Management Policy and Accountability inLatin America: Performance-Oriented Budget inColombia, Mexico and Venezuela. The International Public Management Journal 7 (1): 49-71. 

Carpenter, D., Esterling, K., & Lazer, D. 2004. Friends, Brokers, and Transitivity: Who Informs Whom in Washington Politics?Journal of Politics 66 (1): 224-246.

Coe, A. 2004. Innovation and Accountability in 21st Century Government: Government On-Line and Network Accountability. National Center for Digital Government

Cukier, K.N. 2004. Internet Governance, National Interest and International Relations. Background paper for the United Nations ICT Task Force Meeting, NY.

Cukier, K.N. 2004.  Internet Governance: What? How? Who? Printed remarks of the ITU Workshop on Internet Governance, February 26-27, in Geneva, Switzerland.

Esterling, K.M., Lazer, D.M., & Neblo, M.A. 2004. Is Necessity the Mother of Innovation? The Adoption and Use of Web Technologies among Congressional OfficesNCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 04-010.

Fountain, J.E. 2004. Digital Government and Public Health. Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy 1 (4): 1-5.

Fountain, J.E. 2004. Prospects for the Virtual State. Invention of Policy Systems in Advanced Countries: Working Paper Series. 21st Century Center of Excellence Program, University of Tokyo.

Fountain, J.E., Lazer, D.A., McKinnon, R.A., & Mergel, I. 2004. The National Center for Digital Government: Integrating Information and Institutions. Paper presented at the 2004 annual national conference on Digital government research, Los Angeles, CA. In ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. 137-139.

Fountain, J.E. & McKinnon, R.A. 2004. Electronic Government: Key Challenges for Human-Computer Interaction. In Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, ed. William Sims Bainbridge. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire.

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Fountain, J.E. 2004. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Beijing, China: Renmin University Press (Chinese translation).

Fountain, J.E. 2004. Preface to the Chinese translation of Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Beijing, China: Renmin University Press. [Chinese translation. Read the Preface and Foreword.]

Gil-García, J. R. 2004. Information Technology Policies and Standards: A Comparative Review of the States.  Journal of Government Information 30 (5): 548-560.
Gil-García, J. R. 2004. Education Policy and Minorities’ Economic Welfare: Preliminary Lessons from the U.S. Experience [In Spanish]. Gestión y Política Pública13 (1): 155-175.

Gil-García, J. Ramón. 2004. Population Ecology: An Introduction for Public Organizations Scholars [In Spanish]. Espacios Públicos 14: 179-188.

Gil-García, J. R. & Sandoval Almazán, R. 2004. Influence of the Campaign Expenditures on the Results of the Federal Election of 1997 [In Spanish]. Espiral: Estudios sobre Estado y Sociedad 10 (1): 81-108.

Gil-García, J. R., et. al. 2004. Electronic Government. In ISWorld Encyclopedia, ed. Rick Watson and Phil Brook.

Hindman, M. & Cukier, K.N. 2004. More is Not Necessarily BetterNew York Times, August 23, Op-Ed.

Kesan, J. P., & Shah, R. C. 2004. Deconstructing CodeYale Journal of Law & Technology 6: 277-389.

Lazer, D. & Meyer, M. 2004. DNA and the Criminal Justice System: Consensus and Debate. In The Technology of Justice: DNA and the Criminal Justice System, ed. D. Lazer. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Lazer, D. & Bieber., F. 2004. Guilt by AssociationNew Scientist 2470 (October 23).

Lazer, D. & Mayer-Schoenberger, V. 2004. Staying Connected: Baby Boomers and the InternetHarvard Generations Journal 1: 67- 77.

Lazer, D., Katz, N., Arrow, H. & Contractor, N. 2004. The Network Perspective on TeamsSmall Group Research 35 (3): 307-332.

Lazer, D. (2004). Introduction: DNA and the Criminal Justice System. In The Technology of Justice: DNA and the Criminal Justice System, ed. D. Lazer. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Martinez-Moyano, I & Gil-Garcia, J.R. 2004. Rules, Norms, and Individual Preferences for Action: An Institutional Framework to Understand the Dynamics of E-Government Evolution. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Electronic Government, organized by DEXA, August 30 – September 3, in Zaragoza, Spain.

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Mengis, J. 2004. Why don’t they know what we want? The Knowledge Communication Chasm between IT-Cracks and Insurance Professional. European Case Clearing House Collection.

Puron Cid, G. & Gil-Garcia, J.R. 2004. Enacting E-Budgeting in Mexico. Public Finance and Management 4: 182-217.

Selian, A. & Cukier, K.N. 2004. The World vs. The Web: The UN's Politicization of the Information Society. NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper #04-011.

Selian, A. 2004. Mobile Phones and Youth: A look at the U.S. Student Market. Paper presented at the ITU workshop, Shaping the future mobile information society in Korea.

Selian, A. 2004. The World Summit on the Information Society & Civil Society Participation. In Special Edition of The Information Society. Taylor & Francis, Indiana University Press.

Shah, R.C. 2004. Understanding How Communication Technologies Regulate. PhD diss., Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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2003

Binz-Scharf, M.C. 2003. Bureaucratic Networks or Networked Bureaucracies? Knowledge Sharing in ICT-Enabled Innovation ProjectsNCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper #03-012.

Binz-Scharf, M. C. 2003. Exploration and exploitation: Toward a theory of knowledge sharing in digital government projects. PhD diss., Number. 2828, University of St. Gallen, St. Gallen. [PDF complete dissertation | PDF Abstract & Summary]

Boase, J., Chen, W., Wellman, B., & Prijatel, M. 2003. Is there a Place in Cyberspace: Understanding the Uses and Users of Public Access Terminals. Géographie et Culture 46.

Boase, J., Wellman, B., Quan-haase, A., Chen, W., Hampton, K., Isla de Diaz, I. & Miyata, K. 2003. The Social Affordances of the Internet For Networked Individualism. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 8 (3).

Camp, J. 2003. Identity in Digital Government. Report of the Digital Government Civic Scenario Workshop, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Kennedy School of Government and held April 28, 2002, Cambridge, MA.

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Cukier, K.N. & Selian, A. 2003. The World vs. The Web: The UN's Politicization of the Information Society. Conference Report for the World Summit on the Information Society, Geneva, Switzerland.

Cukier, K.N. 2003.. Why the internet must regulate itselfThe Financial Times, October 31.

Ferry, S. 2003. Jane Fountain: Examining the Flow. Government TechnologyAugust 2003.

Fountain, J.E. 2003. Prospects for Improving the Regulatory Process using E-Rulemaking. Communications of the ACM 46 (1)43.

Fountain, J.E. 2003. Electronic Government and Electronic Democracy. In Encyclopedia of Community: From the Village to the Virtual World, ed. K. Christensen, D. Levinson & B. Wellman. Sage.

Fountain, J.E. 2003. Electronic Government and Electronic Civics. Kennedy School of Government Working Paper Series. #RWP03-001.

Fountain, J.E. 2003. Information, Institutions and Governance: Advancing a Basic Social Science Research Program for Digital GovernmentKennedy School of Government Working Paper Series. #RWP03-004.

Fountain, J.E., McKinnon, R. & Park, E. 2003. E-Government Cross-Agency and Intergovernmental Initiatives Research Project: Web Survey Results. NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper #03-011.

Fountain, J.E., Arens, J., Callan, S., Hovy, E., & Marchionini, G. 2003. Cyberinfrastructure and Digital Government.White paper written for the National Science Foundation CISE Directorate.

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Hindman, M. & Cukier, K.N. 2003. Keep the Web Worldly and WideInternational Herald Tribune, December 11, Op-Ed.

Hindman, M. & Cukier, K.N. 2003.  Measuring Media Concentration Online and Offline. Ford Foundation Conference Proceedings. New York

Lazer, D. and Bieber, F. 2003. Lessons Learned from a Miscarriage of JusticeBoston Globe, April 12, Op-Ed .

Lazer, D. & Coglianese, C. 2003. Management-Based Regulation: Prescribing Private Management to Achieve Public Goals. Law & Society Review 37: 691-730.
Lazer, D. 2003. Information and Innovation in a Networked WorldPaper presented at the National Academy of Sciences Conference in Washington, D.C.

Mossberger, K., Tolbert, C. J. 2003. Race, Place, and Information Technology. NCDG Working Paper Series. NCDG Working Paper # 03-013.

Selian, A. 2003. ICTs in Support of Human Rights, Democracy, and Good Governance. Paper presented at the International Telecommunication Union at the World Summit on the Information Society, December 2003, in Switzerland.

Shah, R.C. & Kesan, J.P. 2003. Incorporating Societal Concerns into Communication Technologies. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 22 (2): 28-33

Shah, R.C. & Kesan, J.P. 2003. Manipulating the Governance Characteristics of CodeINFO (4): 3-9.

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2002

Clark, D, Fountain, J., Gillett, S., Lehr, W., & Sirbu, M. 2002. Local Government Stimulation of Broadband: E-Government, Effectiveness and Economic Development. Unpublished manuscript, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Working Paper Number: RWP03-002.

Fountain, J.E. 2002. Developing a Basic Research Program for Digital Government. Paper presented at the 2002 annual national conference on Digital government research, Los Angeles, CA. 

Fountain, J.E. 2002. Information, Institutions and Governance: Advancing a Basic Social Science Research Program for Digital Government. Report of a national workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation, May 30-June 1, 2002, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. [Available as Kennedy School of Government Faculty Research Working Paper, RWP03-004, January 2003.  Working paper was listed on the Social Science Research Network Electronic Library Top Ten download lists for “Administrative Law Recent Hits,” >“Public Choice & Political Economy Recent Hits,” "Political Economy (Topic) Recent Hits," and the "John F. Kennedy School of Government Recent Hits"]

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2001

Fountain, J.E. 2001. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. [Selected by Choice as an Outstanding Academic Title 2002. Click here for a PDF version of Chapter 1.]