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Examining Digital Government Publication Trends

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Examining Digital Government Publication Trends
Tue, 04 Mar 2008
Natalie Helbig, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, and Sharon S. Dawes
 
CTG Working Paper No. 02-2008
The purpose of this study was to assess the publishing patterns of digital government (DG) research in top scholarly journals in the fields of public administration (PA), public policy (PP), and management information systems (MIS) within the last five years (See Table 1). DG research was published in nine of the twelve top journals in these fields since 1999. A total of 114 DG articles were identified, representing approximately 4.9 percent of the total number of articles published in these journals between 1999 and 2003. It seems that the top journals have published DG research in limited ways given public and media attention and increased funding opportunities to conduct e-government research.