Category Archives: E-government


E-government in Nigeria – the view from the un e-government survey

E-government in Nigeria: The view from the UN e-government survey is an Economist Intelligence Unit article, sponsored by Oracle. Kim Andreasson was the primary author, with contributions by Paul Kielstra. Trevor McFarlane and Aviva Freudmann were the editors. The article draws on wide-ranging desk research and interviews with experts and policymakers concerning e-government development in […]

Head porters in Ghana

Mobile governance: Head porters in Ghana

A promising strategy to promote good governance is the harnessing of opportunities provided by the use of mobile phones, which are widely accessible to most segments of society. A study recently presented at the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, of which two authors are from the UNU-IIST Centre for Electronic Governance, […]