E-Government for Good Governance in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from the eFez Project
E-Government for Good Governance in Developing Countries provides practical supporting material on information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D), specifically, e-government implementation. In this book, Kettani and Moulin develop their findings and methods from the eFez Project’s indigenous experimentations into a formal framework for academics, practitioners, and decision makers in developing countries. The volume also reviews, analyzes, and synthesizes the findings of other projects to offer a comparative study of the eFez Project and a number of other e-government frameworks from the growing literature.
Driss Kettani is a professor of computer science in the School of Science and Engineering, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco. He specializes in information and communication technologies for development, with a focus on e-government systems.
Bernard Moulin is a professor of computer science in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Laval University, Québec City, Canada. He specializes in geo-simulation, modeling and e-government.