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2013 e-Government in Eurpoe, The Middle East and Africa

2013 e-Government in Eurpoe, The Middle East and Africa

E-government in EMEA: Expert views on the UN e-government survey is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Oracle. This report focuses on e-government trends in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and also looks at the role of the biennial United Nations survey of e-government development.

The report draws on desk research and interviews with experts and policymakers. Kim Andreasson was the primary author of the report, with contributions by Paul Kielstra. Trevor McFarlane and Aviva Freudmann were the editors. Our thanks are due in particular to the following for their time and insights (listed alphabetically).

  • Mustafa Afyonluoglu, e-government expert, Office of the Prime Minister, Turkey
  • Omnia Al-Banna, e-government portal manager, Ministry of State for Administrative Development, Egypt
  • Frank Bannister, associate professor in information systems, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Mesfin Belachew, director, e-government directorate, Ethiopia
  • Ben Choppy, principal secretary, Department of Information, Communication and Technology, Seychelles
  • Lars Frelle-Petersen, director-general of the Agency for Digitisation within the Ministry of Finance, Denmark.
  • Richard Heeks, professor of development informatics in the Institute for Development Policy and Management, Manchester University, UK
  • Toomas Ilves, president, Estonia
  • Tomasz Janowski, head, Centre for Electronic Governance, United Nations University, Macau
  • Vasilis Koulolias, director of the eGovLab at Stockholm University, Sweden
  • Helen Margetts, director, professor of society and the Internet, Oxford Internet Institute, UK
  • Alice Munyua, chair, Kenyan Internet Governance Steering Committee, Kenya
  • Shaun Pather, professor, Cape Peninsula University, South Africa
  • Haiyan Qian, director, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs

Rapor:  e-Government in Eurpoe, The Middle East and Africa

Tarih: 2013

2012 Smart Policies to Close theDigital Divide

2012 Smart Policies to Close theDigital Divide

Smart policies to close the digital divide: Best practices from around the world is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Tele2. Kim Andreasson was the author and Jason Sumner was the editor. Denis McCauley provided advice and guidance throughout the project. The report draws on wide-ranging desk research and interviews with experts and policymakers to uncover successful policies to close gaps in digital access. The Economist Intelligence Unit would like to thank the following experts for their time and insights (listed alphabetically by surname).

  • Rodrigo Baggio, founder and president, Center for Digital Inclusion, Brazil
  • Doojin Choi, executive director, Digital Inclusion Policy Division, National Information Society Agency, South Korea
  • Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Australia
  • Torbjörn Fredriksson, head of the ICT Analysis Section, Science, the Technology and ICT Branch of the Division on Technology and Logistics, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
  • Boris Japarov, general director, Kazakhstan Research & Education Networking Association, Kazakhstan
  • Yuanfu Jiang, director of E-Government Department, E-Government Research Center, Chinese Academy of Governance, China
  • Vikas Kanungo, chairman of the Society for Promotion of e-Governance, India, policy adviser on mobile governance to the Government of India, and senior consultant to the World Bank
  • Neelie Kroes, vice-president of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda
  • Herbert Kubicek, director of the Institute for Information Management Bremen and scientific director of the Digital Opportunities Foundation, Berlin, Germany
  • Tim O’Leary, chief sustainability officer, Telstra, Australia
  • Haiyan Qian, director, Division for Public Administration and Development Management, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
  • Olli-Pekka Rissanen, special adviser for public sector ICT to the Ministry of Finance of Finland and chairman of the governing board of the Information Society Development Centre, Finland
  • Felicity Singleton, head of policy for the Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office, United Kingdom
  • Lawrence E Strickling, assistant secretary for communications and information, and administrator, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, United States
  • Evgeny Styrin, senior researcher, Center for Government Activity Analysis, Higher School of Economics, Russia
  • Hamadoun Touré, secretary-general, International Telecommunication Union
  • Mark Warschauer, professor in the Departments of Education and Informatics; founding director of the Digital Learning Lab, University of California, Irvine, United States

Rapor: Smart Policies to Close theDigital Divide

Tarih: 2012

2011 EIU Government E-Payments Adoption Ranking

2011 EIU Government E-Payments Adoption Ranking

I n a relatively short time, advances in technology and business models based on electronic platforms have enabled many governments to increase the efficiency and scope of their e-payment infrastructure. Submitting a tax return online, swiping an electronic card to pay for a bus journey or even, perhaps, receiving government health and/or social benefits directly in a bank account are now a way of life in many countries. The ability of governments to offer these services via electronic platforms benefits all parties in the form of reduced costs and increased access. Indeed, an effective, inclusive e-payments system has become the core of what is being termed the “transformational approach” to government. Effective and efficient systems are dependent on not only a strong technological infrastructure but also strong connectivity between government, citizens and businesses.


Rapor: EIU Government E-Payments Adoption Ranking

Tarih: 2011

2008 Closing Europe’s digital divide

2008 Closing Europe’s digital divide

Closing Europe’s digital divide is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Intel. The aim of this report is to examine governments’ efforts to promote e-inclusion in Europe, and draws lesson for best practice.
The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for this report. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s editorial team conducted the interviews and wrote the report. The findings and views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor.
The author of the report was Terry Ernest-Jones and the editor was Clint Witchalls. Our sincere thanks go to the people who participated in the interviews for sharing their time and insights.


Rapor: Closing Europe’s digital divide

Tarih: 2008

2004 e-Government in Central Europe: Rethinking Public Administration

2004 e-Government in Central Europe: Rethinking Public Administration

E-government in Central Europe: Rethinking public administration is an Economist Intelligence Unit white paper, sponsored by Oracle. The Economist Intelligence Unit bears sole responsibility for the content of this white paper. The EIU’s editorial team conducted the interviews, executed the quantitative analysis and wrote the paper. The findings and views expressed in this paper do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor. The research and analysis for this white paper drew on two main initiatives:
● The Economist Intelligence Unit built and populated a comprehensive and robust e-government rankings model covering 10 Central European countries and Turkey. EIU country analysts conducted secondary and primary research to generate scores for their respective markets, resulting in an overall ranking of Central European countries.
● The EIU also conducted in-depth interviews with direct participants in Central Europe’s e-government development, both in the region and in the European Commission.


Rapor: e-Government in Central Europe: Rethinking Public Administration

Tarih: 2004