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Linking Databases and Linking Cultures: The Complexity of Concepts in International E-Government


Anne-Marie Oostveen


University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute

Peter Van den Besselaar


Rathenau Institute - Science System Assessment Department; VU University Amsterdam - Faculty of Social Sciences

2001

TOWARDS THE E-SOCIETY: E-BUSINESS, E-COMMERCE, AND E-GOVERNMENT, B. Schmid, K. Stanoevska-Slabeva, V. Tschammer, eds., pp. 765-774, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001

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International e-government implies cross-national coupling of administrative systems. As administrative concepts and classifications reflect social and cultural differences, international e-government applications are even more complex than those within the national boundaries. We will illustrate this by describing the cross-national differences in the concept of marriage, and discuss some of the implications for developing e-government applications.

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Keywords: e-government, large technical systems, user involvement, administrative concepts

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Date posted: July 13, 2009 ; Last revised: August 7, 2009

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Oostveen, Anne-Marie and van den Besselaar, Peter, Linking Databases and Linking Cultures: The Complexity of Concepts in International E-Government (2001). TOWARDS THE E-SOCIETY: E-BUSINESS, E-COMMERCE, AND E-GOVERNMENT, B. Schmid, K. Stanoevska-Slabeva, V. Tschammer, eds., pp. 765-774, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1432485

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Anne-Marie Oostveen (Contact Author)
University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute ( email )
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University of Oxford
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Peter Van den Besselaar
Rathenau Institute - Science System Assessment Department ( email )
Anna van Saxenlaan
Den Haag
Netherlands
VU University Amsterdam - Faculty of Social Sciences ( email )
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Amsterdam, 1081 HV
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