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E-Estonia: The e-government cases of Estonia, Singapore, and Curaҫao

Miguel Goede .
2019 Archives of Business Research  
The case of e-Estonia is compared to the cases of Singapore and Curaҫao. Methodology -The paper draws on literature concerning e-Estonia and e-government.  ...  Estonia and Singapore are compared, and an assessment is done to see if the island of Curaҫao can implement e-government like Estonia and Singapore did.  ...  This is manifested in all domains, including the public domain in the form of e-government.  ... 
doi:10.14738/abr.72.6174 fatcat:lv7fxjgiuvbutmkeewl63aaa4m

Estonia, Regional Challenges and State Brand

Nino Rusidze
2019 Köz-gazdaság  
main regional challenges of Estonia, the ways Estonia uses political marketing strategy, and role of cohesion funds in order to successfully implement project Brand Estonia.  ...  By analyzing the national Operation Programme for the EU Cohesion Policy Funds, Regional Development Strategy 2020, Estonia 2020 Action Plan and projects Brand Estonia & Enterprise Estonia, research identifies  ...  Started with the creation of e-Governance in 1997, which made 99% of public services available to citizens as e-services, reducing the need to physically attend and making communication time and cost efficient  ... 
doi:10.14267/retp2019.01.13 fatcat:c5dlc2u2bfdbrlhrxyr3siydii


Ilona Dumanska
2020 Black Sea Economic Studies  
This publication discusses the organizational and economic principles of acquiring the status of e-resident of Estonia by domestic business entities.  ...  Motivational preconditions for opening companies in Estonia on the basis of e-resident status have been determined.  ...  If the person has not previously participated in this project, the "first e-residence application" is selected (Figure 2) .  ... 
doi:10.32843/bses.58-2 fatcat:fkzzbzuck5e27flisbscfodhg4

A community of fans, friends and power-users

Hille Hinsberg
2010 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
Estonia is recognised as a beacon of E-Government achievement and is making strides in using technology to include citizens in democratic processes.  ...  technology comes along, and however successful individual projects are.  ...  Working with two local government administrations, the project uses web 2.0 tools in public services design, e.g. mapping and delegating services to local communities and civil society organizations.  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v2i2.45 fatcat:b63etbsyrjdspfyajce7xsnhca

E-Residency: a business platform for Industry 4.0?

Gunnar Prause, Manuela Tvaronavičienė
2016 Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues  
e-governmental service developments.  ...  4.0-related business models by using the e-residency platform of Estonia.  ...  e-services (e-Estonia, 2015).  ... 
doi:10.9770/jesi.2016.3.3(1) fatcat:jyxr2vwiofabbbt7uvu4p27v54

E-voting - a Key to Independence for All

Erik Loide, Ülle Lepp
2007 Conference and Workshop on Assistive Technology for People with Vision and Hearing Impairments  
This paper draws on the analysis of secondary sources of development of information society and e-Voting in Estonia.  ...  The presentation focuses on e-Voting and enhanced use of ICT in democratic practices as key elements in achieving independence for everyone, disabled persons included.  ...  Major ICT programs and development of e-services in Estonia The enactment of Public Information Act also became the basis for several national ICT programs and projects.  ... 
dblp:conf/cvhi/LoideL07 fatcat:yrtbyfl7m5cgvaiswdhyaz2lpq

E-Banking in Estonia: Reasons and Benefits of the Rapid Growth

Olga Lustsik
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Public Sector/Environment Component In Estonia, public component was also very important for the fast introduction of e-banking.  ...  It is important to discuss the reasons for rapid development of e-banking in Estonia in the light of three different components: users, service providers and public sector/environment.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.460260 fatcat:awf63fuff5esxcnoow2ttjmv3q

Success in eVoting – Success in eDemocracy? The Estonian Paradox

Maarja Toots, Tarmo Kalvet, Robert Krimmer
2016 Zenodo  
Estonia has acquired the reputation of a successful e-voting country, and perhaps justifiably so.  ...  In a qualitative case study, we compare Estonia's experience in e-voting with the implementation and outcomes of three e-participation projects to demonstrate that considerable discrepancies exist between  ...  This work was supported by the European Commission (Open-GovIntelligence H2020 grant 693849), Estonian Research Council (grants IUT19-13, PUT773) and Tallinn University of Technology Project B42.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2603883 fatcat:4arfrk673fdoxfukwztot7d7ju

Three Phases of the Theatrical Public Sphere in Estonian Theatre

Eva-Liisa Linder
2019 Nordic Theatre Journal  
The discursive public sphere has led to increased civic awareness and structural changes in the developing democracy, supported integration, and anti-xenophobia in Estonia.  ...  Theatre has commented on two concepts of national identity, e-Estonia and Organic Estonia, innovative digitalization and cultural traditions.  ...  Firstly, there is a conception of e-Estonia as an advanced digital society that provides innovative services.  ... 
doi:10.7146/nts.v31i1.113002 fatcat:n6pgjoretzaofj3lzo3mu6aulu

Success in eVoting – Success in eDemocracy? The Estonian Paradox [chapter]

Maarja Toots, Tarmo Kalvet, Robert Krimmer
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work was supported by the European Commission (Open-GovIntelligence H2020 grant 693849), Estonian Research Council (grants IUT19-13, PUT773) and Tallinn University of Technology Project B42.  ...  Estonia has been a pioneer in developing electronic public services and today all public services include an e-service component.  ...  e-voting has worked more effectively in Estonia than e-participation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45074-2_5 fatcat:v5ncetnor5hqtj5uiqrripyprm

Towards Stakeholder Governance on Large E-Government Platforms - A Case of

Tero Päivärinta, Kari Smolander, Jesse Yli-Huumo
2019 Scandinavian Conference on Information Systems  
E-government evolves towards large-scale software platforms that integrate access to and information exchange among public services.  ...  Governance of large-scale e-government platforms is challenging because of the large number of stakeholders with diverging needs, agendas, and changing service portfolios.  ...  Government of Estonia is carrying out e-Estonia program to improve digital services in Estonia. European Union (EU) EU is a political and economic union of 28 member states.  ... 
dblp:conf/scis/PaivarintaSY19 fatcat:mvn7y3icubeoll4jkuhghj5doy

Network, procedural and cognitive components of digital public governance implementation designs: Тhe experience of European countries

Anna V. Volkova, St. Petersburg State University, Tatyana A. Kulakova, St. Petersburg State University
2021 Vestnik Sankt-Peterburgskogo universiteta. Filosofiâ i konfliktologiâ  
The article presents the results of a comparative study of the digitalization policy of European leaders in this area, Estonia and Germany, where there is a tendency to "slow down" innovations: uneven  ...  The authors of the article aimed to study institutional designs for implementing digital public governance in the context of the problem of state governance.  ...  The entire list of e-services provided on the territory of the Republic of Estonia on the website is divided into services for citizens, entrepreneurs, and public officials.  ... 
doi:10.21638/spbu17.2021.110 fatcat:cjhrpwwdl5gchcyf5ls5utiage

The Future of Agriculture is Digital: Showcasting e-Estonia

Ene Kärner
2017 Frontiers in Veterinary Science  
We live in digital society. This is evidenced by the extensive use of information technology in all spheres of life.  ...  In this article, we present successes of Estonia's digital agenda and argue for coordinated farmercentered actions for digitization of agriculture at the EU level.  ...  e-ESTOniA in AGRiCULTURE Estonian farmers as all Estonian citizens benefit from the usage of e-services.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fvets.2017.00151 pmid:28983486 pmcid:PMC5613108 fatcat:je63owkqjzd2bc6qt4gnjtipz4


S. Chernetsky, A. Chechel, N. Didenko, D. Grytsyshen, K. Malyshev
2021 Financial and credit activity problems of theory and practice  
The largest donor countries for financing e-government projects in Ukraine (Denmark, Estonia, Great Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany and Poland) have been identified.  ...  The purpose of the article is to determine further opportunities for financing e-government of Ukraine in the framework of projects and public administration reform, taking into account the experience  ...  Keywords: e-government, project financing, digital transformation, public administration reform.  ... 
doi:10.18371/fcaptp.v4i39.238799 fatcat:p3xqfzxx55hszfsdlg4hsokp7e

Integrating Digital Migrants: Solutions for Cross-Border Identification from E-Residency to eIDAS. A Case Study from Estonia [chapter]

Gerli Aavik, Robert Krimmer
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The work of Gerli Aavik has been supported in parts by TUT Project B42. The work of Robert Krimmer has been supported in parts by TUT Project B42 and ETAG IUT19-13.  ...  X-road is the most important environment in the Estonian e-government system, connecting different public and private e-service databases, and making the services interoperable [30] .  ...  Estonia has had paperless decision-making in the government cabinet since 2000, and most of the public sector services are available digitally [30] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44421-5_12 fatcat:lzpxkhewv5fxdcevftkznqq6yi
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