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E-Government and smart cities : theoretical reflections and case studies

(2018) MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION. 6(4). p.119-122
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This editorial introduces the thematic issue on "E-Government and Smart Cities: Theoretical Reflections and Case Studies" and presents five articles and one commentary related to e-government and smart cities. All contributions take a use-case driven research approach to investigate, discuss and comment (on) overarching themes such as data, governance and participation which are inherently linked to the concepts of e-government and smart cities.
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e-government, government communication, government services, participation, smart city, smart governance

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Mechant, Peter, and Nils Walravens. “E-Government and Smart Cities : Theoretical Reflections and Case Studies.” MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION, vol. 6, no. 4, 2018, pp. 119–22.
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Mechant, P., & Walravens, N. (2018). E-Government and smart cities : theoretical reflections and case studies. MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION.
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Mechant, Peter, and Nils Walravens. 2018. “E-Government and Smart Cities : Theoretical Reflections and Case Studies.” MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION.
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Mechant, Peter, and Nils Walravens. 2018. “E-Government and Smart Cities : Theoretical Reflections and Case Studies.” MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION.
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Mechant P, Walravens N. E-Government and smart cities : theoretical reflections and case studies. Vol. 6, MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION. 2018. p. 119–22.
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P. Mechant and N. Walravens, “E-Government and smart cities : theoretical reflections and case studies,” MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION, vol. 6, no. 4. pp. 119–122, 2018.
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  abstract     = {This editorial introduces the thematic issue on "E-Government and Smart Cities: Theoretical Reflections and Case Studies" and presents five articles and one commentary related to e-government and smart cities. All contributions take a use-case driven research approach to investigate, discuss and comment (on) overarching themes such as data, governance and participation which are inherently linked to the concepts of e-government and smart cities.},
  author       = {Mechant, Peter and Walravens, Nils},
  issn         = {2183-2439},
  keywords     = {e-government,government communication,government services,participation,smart city,smart governance},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {119--122},
  series       = {MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION},
  title        = {E-Government and smart cities : theoretical reflections and case studies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/mac.v6i4.1848},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2018},
}

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