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Title: A nomological network of e-government evaluation
Authors: Sahraoui, S
Irani, Z
Keywords: E-government, Evaluation, Pre-evaluation, Ex-ante, In-itenere, Ex-post, Nomological network
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: EMCIS
Citation: Proceedings of the European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Dubai, 25-26 May
Abstract: An emergent epistemology has been developing in the field of e-government evaluation as disparate attempts are made in the literature to evaluate and measure different aspects of e-government. To formalize it, this paper proposes a nomological network as an organizing concept for plotting e-government evaluation research. It proposes different forms of evaluation, pre-evaluation, ex-ante, in-itenere, and ex-post as fulfilling different and complementary roles in e-government evaluation. E-Government concepts such as agenda, strategy, processes, and performance are plotted within the nomological network with matching modes of evaluation.
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Brunel Business School Research Papers

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