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Governing in the information age

Author: Christine Bellamy; John A Taylor
Publisher: Buckingham [u.a.] Open Univ. Press 1997
Series: Public policy and management
Edition/Format:   Print book

Providing a broad investigation into the significance of the "information age" to contemporary government, this study examines available perspectives on the relationship between information and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christine Bellamy; John A Taylor
ISBN: 0335194516 9780335194513 0335194508 9780335194506
OCLC Number: 1070833666
Description: VIII, 196 S.
Contents: Contexts for governing in the information age; re-engineering the government machine - new technologies and organizational change; forging high-tech public services; the search for renewal - citizenship and democracy in the information age; wiring up for the information age - telecommunications and public services; understanding the information polity.
Series Title: Public policy and management
Responsibility: Christine Bellamy and John A. Taylor.


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