Research group on digital government in North America: A comparative and transnational agenda
This panel is a final report of the North American Digital Government Working Group (NADGWG). This group was formed in 2007 to advance electronic government research across geographic and political boundaries in the region. The panel will start with the introduction of the Comparative Transnational Research Agenda that was created by this working group as a result of their research collaboration. The agenda outlines a culturally sensitive research design strategy and a process for developing research grant proposals in a multi-national context with multi-national research teams. Next, panelists from each of the sub-teams will present a brief description of the evolution of the work in 3 projects. Panelists will share insights from these streams of work that resulted in funded projects. © 2011 Authors.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series
Gil-Garcia, J. Ramon; Mellouli, Sehl; Navarrete, Celene; Pardo, Theresa A.; Zhang, Jing; and Luna-Reyes, Luis F., "Research group on digital government in North America: A comparative and transnational agenda" (2011). School of Management. 44.