About the Journal

During the past 20 years e-Government or as it is now more commonly referred to as digital government has to a considerable extent become rather routine and therefore the academic or research interest in this topic has substantially waned. In short a considerable amount of academic interest has moved on to other topics. As a result it has been decided that the Electronic Journal of e-Government will, for the time being, cease to accept academic papers for publication. This will put EJEG in a dormant state from which it may well be revived at some time in the future, when it may be possible to broaden scope of the journal.  In the meantime, the archive of papers already published will remain available to scholars and students.

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Vol. 18 No. 1 (2020)
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