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[liberationtech] Public Administration & Information Technology Book Series (Springer)

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 25 22:55:26 PDT 2013


From: Chris Reddick <Chris.Reddick at utsa.edu>

Dear E-Government Researchers:

Public Administration and Information Technology (PAIT), the book series, is now accepting proposals for editors or authors of books in the series. If you are interested in submitted a book proposal, for either an authored or edited book, please do so by April 15, 2013. The proposal development form is attached. Notifications of the acceptance of book proposals will be given by May 1.

Some possible topics (but not limited to) of particular interest are:

·      Transformation Government and IT
·      Performance Management/Measurement, IT, and Government
·      Nonprofit Fundraising and the Internet
·      Civic Engagement and the Internet
·      Social Media, Campaigns, and Elections
·      Semantic Web Technologies for Government
·      Homeland Security, Emergency Management, and IT
·      Emerging Technologies in Public Administration
·      Environmental Policy/Management and IT
·      Administrative Law and IT
·      Public Budgeting & Finance and IT

The book series has a strong emphasis on manuscripts that have significant international content. Therefore, any books proposed must have an international dimension to them, rather than focusing on a specific country.

Details on the book series can be found at the website (http://www.springer.com/series/10796). The current books published (or forthcoming) in the series are shown below (book title, first author, and status).

Web 2.0 Technologies and Democratic Governance, Reddick (Published)
>From Machinery to Mobility, Roy (Forthcoming, 2013)
Government e-Strategic Planning and Management, Anthopoulos (Forthcoming, 2013)
Open Government, Gascó-Hernández (Forthcoming, 2013)
Evaluating e-Participation, Aichholzer (Forthcoming, 2013)
Setting Sail into the Age of Digital Local Government, Wohlers (Forthcoming, 2014)
Measuring E-government Efficiency, Rodríguez-Bolívar (Forthcoming, 2014)

Warm regards,

Christopher G. Reddick, Ph.D.
Professor and Department Chair
Department of Public Administration
The University of Texas at San Antonio
501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.
San Antonio, Texas 78207-4415
USA
Email: chris.reddick at utsa.edu


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