Professor Ernie Joaquin’s Papers on E-Government

egovWith “electronic government” being ripe for evaluation in terms of its impact on public sector accountability and performance, Routledge (2015) has published Dr. Ernita Joaquin’s new chapter for E-Government and Websites (edited by A. Manoharan and M. Holzer), in collaboration with Dr. Thomas Greitens. Entitled “Improving the Effectiveness of E-Reporting in Government with the Concept of Multiple Accountability,” the chapter discusses different types of online performance reporting and evaluates two cases of federal performance information projects for the types of accountability they emphasized. Decision aids are also included in the book for practitioners.

This work carries forward the two professors’ fruitful partnership in understanding the democratic and governance impact of IT innovations: in 2012, they wrote “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Websites through the Lens of Digital Accountability and Citizen Engagement,” and in 2011, they wrote “Integrating Budget Transparency into E-government Websites.” Both were published by IGI Global.


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