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978-1-4985-2659-3 • Hardback • November 2015 • $102.00 • (£78.00)
978-1-4985-2660-9 • eBook • November 2015 • $96.50 • (£74.00)
Maxat Kassen is a political scientist from Kazakhstan and former Fulbright Scholar in the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Chapter 1: E-Government as a Universal Political Value
Chapter 2: E-Government in the United States: The Federal Model of Implementation
Chapter 3: E-Government in Kazakhstan: The Unitary Model of Implementation
Chapter 4: E-Federalism and E-Centralism: Key Findings and Recommendations
The biggest strength of this book is its comparative perspective and it greatly contributes to comparative e-government studies. The book is also interesting with its focus on a developed and developing country at the same time. This could be the most comprehensive book written on e-government systems in Kazakhstan.
— Rabia Karakaya Polat, Isik University, Istanbul