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Igovernment

Author : D. Broeders
ISBN : 9789089643940
Genre : Political Science
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The authors of this incisive study explore the problems of the ongoing digitization of government, such as the creeping loss of data quality, and how citizens and officials must respond to these complications in the coming years. The iGovernment is running full speed on information networks and digitization, but it is also seriously out of step with existing bureaucracies. iGovernment offers an accurate picture of how the digital technologies are shaping modern governments, and also a powerful corrective for the dissonance between technology and organizational management.“This book will be a valuable resource for researchers and scholars seeking to understand the possibilities, dilemmas, and challenges of bringing the Internet and related technologies to center stage in government and public services”—Helen Margetts,University of Oxford
Category: Political Science

Ioverheid

Author : Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid
ISBN : 9789089643094
Genre : Electronic government information
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Analyse van de huidige en toekomstige maatschappelijke veranderingen die met informatie- en communicatietechnologie in verband staan, met de consequenties daarvan voor de overheid.
Category: Electronic government information

De Staat Van Informatie

Author : D. Broeders
ISBN : 9789089643100
Genre : Information technology
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Om meer inzicht te verwerven in de dynamiek rondom de ontwikkeling, invoering en het gebruik van ICT in de relatie overheid-burger heeft de Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid (WRR) een aantal empirische en conceptuele studies (laten) verrichten. Dit heeft geresulteerd in "De staat van de informatie", waarin studies zijn opgenomen over onder meer digitalisering in de jeugdzorg, de gezondheidszorg en het migratiebeleid en conceptuele verkenningen naar onder meer het digitale tijdperk, overheidsverantwoordelijkheden en veiligheid en risico's rondom de inzet van ICT. Deze bundel is tot stand gekomen in het kader van het project dat is geresulteerd in het WRR-rapport "iOverheid".
Category: Information technology

Icts Citizens And Governance

Author : Albert Meijer
ISBN : 9781586039738
Genre : Computers
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ICTs, Citizens and Governance: After the Hype! aims to help researchers and practitioners to understand hypes about ICT and government without becoming cynical. Hypes can be functional in triggering processes of change, but one should be able to distinguish a trigger from a realistic set of expectations. This book combines an analysis of the discourse (in terms of hypes) with an analysis of practices (in terms of stable routines and relational patterns). The relation between the discourse and resulting changing is complex, situational and interpretable in multiple ways but certainly merits our attention. To provide a serious analysis of hypes, the editors present a diversity of empirical material relating to technologies and government processes. The technologies vary from network infrastructures to CRM software to web services. Government processes range from service delivery to inspections and policing. The wide variety of technologies observed results in an assessment of realistic effects upon the various government processes. This publication provides an overview of hypes, backlashes and realistic assessments. The editors hope it will lessen the naïveté of readers who have blind faith in technological potential. At the same time, they hope to make serious scientists who discard hypes as being irrelevant more interested in the role these hypes play in the social construction of public administration in an information age.
Category: Computers

Infrastructures

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ISBN : 9789053566053
Genre : Political Science
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All sectors of the Dutch infrastructures have undergone a degree of commercialisation, liberalisation or privatisation over the last ten to twenty years. Where in the past the infrastructure landscape was dominated by public monopolies, the ownership and management of infrastructures is today shared by several public and private sector players. The original goals of this 'regime change' have in many cases been achieved: greater efficiency, a greater focus on the customer and more choice for consumers. The question is whether this emphasis on current consumer interests allows enough scope to achieve long-term objectives which affect the whole of our society: innovation, long-term availability and sustainability of infrastructures. This is of crucial importance for economic and social development, which is coming under increasing pressure due to the combined impact of the exhaustion of natural resources and climate change. The transition to a sustainable future demands substantial investment in infrastructures, which cannot be taken for granted in the present situation. The WRR has investigated how these investments could be safeguarded in the long term, whilst retaining the efficiency of the infrastructures.
Category: Political Science

Focus Op Functies

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ISBN : 905356733X
Genre : Mass media
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Advies van de Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid met betrekking tot een overheidsbeleid dat zich richt op de verschillende functies van de omroepen, radio- en tv-zenders en internet.
Category: Mass media

Dienen En Delen

Author : G.C. den Hertog
ISBN : 9789023902362
Genre : Religion
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In een tijd waarin de rol en positie van de kerk in de samenleving sterk verandert, is blijvende bezinning op haar diaconale taak van groot belang. Dit basisboek diaconaat met de titel Dienen en delen reikt voor deze bezinning het basismateriaal aan. Het eerste deel is de theologische basis van het diaconaat, het tweede deel gaat over de praktische toepassing in de gemeente, de samenleving en wereldwijd. Het boek sluit af met een hoofdstuk over de plaats van het diaconaat in de gemeenteopbouw.
Category: Religion

Breaking Down Anonymity

Author : Dennis Broeders
ISBN : 9789089641595
Genre : Social Science
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Using the tools developed in the burgeoning field of migration surveillance, this book insightfully explores the problem of the 'internal' control of irregular migration in Europe.
Category: Social Science

The Rough Guide To The Future

Author : Jon Turney
ISBN : 1405385413
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 26.11 MB
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Find the future now with 50 predictions in The Rough Guide to the Future. Wondering what's really in store for the human race? Nanotechnology and gene enhancements, solar power and carbon capture? Or oil shocks, water wars, food shortages, and mass extinction? The Rough Guide to the Future cuts a clear path through the jungle of scientific research and political debate, steering you around the prophets of doom and the utopian visionaries, to take you on a tour of the likeliest possibilities for the rest of this century - and beyond. It covers 50 predictions from the world's leading futurologists and chronicles predictions from the past along with visions of the future. You'll find out where we go from here with The Rough Guide to the Future.
Category: Social Science

Falling Behind

Author : Robert Frank
ISBN : 9780520957435
Genre : Political Science
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With a timely new foreword by Robert Frank, this groundbreaking book explores the very meaning of happiness and prosperity in America today. Although middle-income families don't earn much more than they did several decades ago, they are buying bigger cars, houses, and appliances. To pay for them, they spend more than they earn and carry record levels of debt. Robert Frank explains how increased concentrations of income and wealth at the top of the economic pyramid have set off "expenditure cascades" that raise the cost of achieving many basic goals for the middle class. Writing in lively prose for a general audience, Frank employs up-to-date economic data and examples drawn from everyday life to shed light on reigning models of consumer behavior. He also suggests reforms that could mitigate the costs of inequality. Falling Behind compels us to rethink how and why we live our economic lives the way we do.
Category: Political Science