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E-Government and Citizen Participation in Developing Countries: The Case of China

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Many countries expect e-government to increase the efficiency of public administration and revitalize government-citizen interaction. However, industrialized and developing nations face considerable challenges in finding workable approaches. This paper reviews the existing research on local e-government and expands it with a detailed examination of China. Reliance on e-government is considered an important component of the national informatization strategy. Using a 44-item instrument, a detailed inventory of the e-government capacities of all Chinese provinces was created. The data reveals that e-government is at an early stage. Information delivery and basic interactional and communicative features dominate. Nonetheless, advanced transactional services or participatory services are also offered. Despite considerable guidance by central government, distinct regional disparities are visible. They can be explained by differences in internet infrastructure, economic resources, and the urbanization rate.

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e-government, developing countries, regional disparity, maturity model
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Wu, Yuehua. and Bauer, Johannes. "E-Government and Citizen Participation in Developing Countries: The Case of China" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott, Chicago, IL, May 20, 2009 <Not Available>. 2017-09-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p300595_index.html>

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Wu, Y. and Bauer, J. , 2009-05-20 "E-Government and Citizen Participation in Developing Countries: The Case of China" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott, Chicago, IL Online <PDF>. 2017-09-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p300595_index.html

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Abstract: Many countries expect e-government to increase the efficiency of public administration and revitalize government-citizen interaction. However, industrialized and developing nations face considerable challenges in finding workable approaches. This paper reviews the existing research on local e-government and expands it with a detailed examination of China. Reliance on e-government is considered an important component of the national informatization strategy. Using a 44-item instrument, a detailed inventory of the e-government capacities of all Chinese provinces was created. The data reveals that e-government is at an early stage. Information delivery and basic interactional and communicative features dominate. Nonetheless, advanced transactional services or participatory services are also offered. Despite considerable guidance by central government, distinct regional disparities are visible. They can be explained by differences in internet infrastructure, economic resources, and the urbanization rate.


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