By Nripendra P. Rana, Michael D. Williams, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Janet Williams (auth.), Marijn Janssen, Hans J. Scholl, Maria A. Wimmer, Yao-hua Tan (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the tenth overseas convention, EGOV 2011, held in Delft, The Netherlands, in August/September 2011.
The 38 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from eighty four submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on foundations, attractiveness and diffusion, governance, openess and associations, structure, protection and interoperability, transformation, values and change.
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We find that 1. The relation between the UN index and indexes of democracy and participation is non-existent; 2. Even very undemocratic countries can score high on UN eParticipation; 3. Countries who severely obstruct citizen internet use by filtering can score high on eParticipation by introducing technical tools on their web; 36 Å. Grönlund 4. Authoritarian countries who blatantly and persistently obstruct Internet use can improve their eGovernment score considerably by adding some eParticipation features on their webs; 5.
G. vertical validity  of the dimensions and the established relations are planned as part of our future work. 4 is a first step in establishing its validity empirically. Building Theoretical Foundations for Electronic Governance Benchmarking 23 6 Discussion So far, the proposals for improving the EGOV benchmarking practice focused mainly on finding better measures and associated indicators. Lately, the emphasis has been on situating the EGOV benchmarking in well-defined policy  or organizational  contexts, and benchmarking the EGOV backend .
UNDESA: Leveraging E-government at a Time of Financial and Economic Crisis - 2010. United Nations e-Government Survey. htm (retrieved January 15, 2011) 4. : Characterizing eParticipation. International Journal of Information Management 27, 406–421 (2007) 5. : State of the art in e-Gov research: surveying conference publications. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 1(4), 1–25 (2005) Connecting eGovernment to Real Government – The Failure of the UN eParticipation Index 37 6. : ICT is not participation is not democracy – eParticipation development models revisited.