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When digital government matters for tourism: a stakeholder analysis
Despite the importance of governance processes for destination management and the impact of digital technology on such processes, surprisingly little academic research has explored the use of digital technology to transform ...
INSTITUTIONAL SHAREHOLDERS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: DO INSTITUTIONAL SHAREHOLDERS HAVE AN ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN PREVENTIVE GOVERNANCE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM? AND IF SO, HOW?
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Facultad de Derecho, 2011)
Governance: Concepts And Emergence In Brazilian Education
(Fundacao Cesgranrio, 2016)
Governos geisel e dilma: O poder das finanças
The goal is to identify the origin of the political power of finance in the final two governments of the military dictatorship, especially the Geisel government (1974-1978), understood as definitive in the political and ...
Rethinking professional governance
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, 2014)
REVISITING TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE: INSTITUTIONAL DEVICES, INTERMEDIATE NOTIONS AND REGULATORY LEVELS
(Univ Federal Fluminense, 2017-09-01)
The word governance is not new. It goes through different periods of history and takes specific meanings in certain times and countries. Currently, the concept of governance can be defined as institutional procedures of ...
Demands for Media Democratisation and the Latin American New Left: Government Strategies in Argentina and Brazil in Comparative Perspective
(German Institute of Global and Area Studies/Leibniz, 2014-10)
This paper examines the determinants of government strategies vis‐à‐vis dominant media actors in the Latin American context, where the media’s role in democratic politics is increasingly being questioned. It compares the ...
Architectures for Tinkering?: Contextual Strategies towards Interoperability in E-government
(Universidad de Talca, 2011)
Electronic Government Interoperability: Identifying the Barriers for Frameworks Adoption
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS INCTHOUSAND OAKS, 2012)
Interoperability is a crucial issue for electronic government due to the need of agencies' information systems to be totally integrated and able to exchange data in a seamless way. A way to achieve it is by establishing a ...