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Public Service in the Information Age

T. Y. Lau, Kevin Wang, David Atkin
2008 Media Asia  
Drawing from evaluation frameworks established in previous research, this study surveys the content of 62 websites maintained by the local, secondary and central government.  ...  Study findings suggest that, while Taiwan has made significant progress in deploying e-government initiatives across different administrative levelsespecially in delivering a single service window model  ...  As a relatively nascent Asian democracy, does the Taiwanese government have a plan to cope with the increasing digital divide?  ... 
doi:10.1080/01296612.2008.11726883 fatcat:fykv3ertbffodjj7wnrph63xqy

Using DANP-mV Model to Improve the Paid Training Measures for Travel Agents amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Chui-Hua Liu, Bochner Liu
2021 Mathematics  
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic bringing travel to a standstill, an initiative of paid training for travel agencies was launched by the government.  ...  Based on the related theories of tourism crisis management, organizational learning, and behavior adaption, the DANP-mV model developed an evaluation system for examining the training measure.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/math9161924 fatcat:w2xpvor64ve57bvmst3k7xebpq

Repérages bibliographiques

Sabrina Mommolin
2012 Netcom  
-C. (2012), “Study of the Digital Divide Evaluation Model for Government Agenciesa Taiwanese Local Government’s Perspective”, Information Systems Frontiers , vol. 14, n° 3, pp. 693-709.  ...  ., ROMERO G. (2012), “Towards a Multidimensional Model for Evaluating Electronic Government : Proposing a More Comprehensive and Integrative Perspective”, Government Information Quarterly , vol. 29, n  ... 
doi:10.4000/netcom.701 fatcat:nqbbu7wkcndste76rr22tici6m

Future Development of Taiwan's Smart Cities from an Information Security Perspective

Shiann Wu, Dongqiang Guo, Yenchun Wu, Yung Wu
2018 Sustainability  
of the government and enterprises on information security.  ...  Moreover, this study reviewed correct methods of using a smart information security collaborative system to protect not only privacy, however also networks with a large attack surface; the purpose was  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Sustainability 2018, 10, 4520  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10124520 fatcat:cmsk35gt65ekbbsbg2eqrjo62q

The application framework of big data technology in the COVID-19 epidemic emergency management in local government—a case study of Hainan Province, China

Zijun Mao, Qi Zou, Hong Yao, Jingyi Wu
2021 BMC Public Health  
Conclusions This study provides empirical evidence for certain aspects of the theory, mechanism, and technology for local governments in different countries and regions to apply, in a precise, agile, and  ...  The application of big data analysis technology provides an opportunity for local governments to conduct the COVID-19 epidemic emergency management more scientifically.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the National Natural Science Foundation of China for funding this study and all of the officers and professionals from the Hainan Provincial Government  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-021-12065-0 pmid:34736445 pmcid:PMC8567122 fatcat:6z5lhezdcvcevaayfs44hid5ja

Investigating COVID-19 News before and after the Soft Lockdown: An Example from Taiwan

Hsin-Yu Kuo, Su-Yen Chen, Yu-Ting Lai
2021 Sustainability  
The Taiwanese government's early deployment mitigated the effect of the pandemic, yet the breakout in May 2021 brought a new challenge.  ...  This study focuses on examining Taiwanese newspaper articles regarding the government response before and after the soft lockdown, collecting 125,570 articles reported by three major news channels from  ...  Data Availability Statement: Data can be provided on request by the corresponding author. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132011474 fatcat:lzp5ryciebhbnbrcfhsxptrr2u

Where Minds Meet: The 'Professionalization' of Cross-Strait Academic Exchange

Günter Schucher
2009 Social Science Research Network  
It even accelerated further after the inauguration of the pro-independence Chen-government in Taiwan in 2000, creating the "paradox" of the expansion of social contacts in times of frosty political relations  ...  One possible explanation for this is that due to the rather unique situation in the Taiwan Strait people-to-people exchanges between Taiwan and mainland China have been officially promoted as a substitute  ...  Pleas for localization were encouraged in Taiwan through the government's policy of De-Sinicization (Yang 2001 ).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1461451 fatcat:yhj4jhqvrrahbpoj62vi3bssca

Bridging Digital Divides: a Literature Review and Research Agenda for Information Systems Research

Polyxeni Vassilakopoulou, Eli Hustad
2021 Information Systems Frontiers  
Building on the results, we elaborate a research agenda that proposes [1] extending established models of digital inequalities with new variables and use of theory, [2] critically examining the effects  ...  The review results are organized in a concept matrix mapping contributing factors and measures for crossing the divides.  ...  Acknowledgements We want to acknowledge June Lithell Hansen and Andreas Skaiaa for their contribution in an early stage of this study during fall 2018.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-020-10096-3 pmid:33424421 pmcid:PMC7786312 fatcat:7dqpnrcchnezbjubjrl5gsbs2u

Evaluation of Sustainable Development in Six Transformation Fields of the Central Taiwan Science Park

Fu-Hsuan Chen, Hao-Ren Liu
2021 Sustainability  
The framework is then used for evaluating the sustainability of science parks in the light of 17 core goals proposed by the United Nations as Sustainable Development Goals/SDGs for the world.  ...  This study analyzes the sustainable development strategy of the Central Taiwan Science Park (hereafter CTSP).  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13084336 fatcat:rjzqwlgt7nhqhhy4jyen3dum5q

The Competitions, Negotiations, and Collaborations of Regional Integration: A Perspective on Sustainable Management of Water Resources in Pingtung Plain, Taiwan

Shuchen Tsai, Suhsin Lee, Zhe Zou, Tajen Chu
2022 Sustainability  
This involves internal treatment of the local government, external integration of the central government, and technological evolution within the organization.  ...  This study explores theoretical perspectives on regional integration as a policy goal through the process of water allocation.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14053040 fatcat:htlvchphpnbkzixsagqwaay3ve

Value generation from open government data in the public sector: Development and validation of a multidimensional scale

Vanessa Hernandes Oliveira de Oliveira, Paulo Gonçalves Pinheiro, Nelson Guilherme Machado Pinto
2021 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
The use of open government data by governments can create opportunities and drive the digital transformation of the public sector.  ...  The results indicate that the measure of value generation from the use of open government data is a multidimensional construct, which presents promising implications for future research.  ...  His main research areas are public governance, public finance, public transparency, default, credit management, efficiency analysis, regional development, and the socioeconomic impacts of covid-19.  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v13i2.667 fatcat:xjlmziozf5f5fjalbkjupvidvy

International Jurisdictional Competition under Globalization: From the U.S. Regulation of Foreign Private Issuers to Taiwan's Restrictions on Outward Investment in Mainland China

Chang-hsien Tsai
2011 Asian Journal of Law and Economics  
In consequence, firms, via these law market forces, exert pressure on the regulatory government to engage in a quest for more legal flexibility, or to liberalize unnecessarily excessive regulation.  ...  another case study the phenomenon that Taiwanese firms list shares overseas, to further test how usual law market demand and supply forces (or underlying exit and voice rights) interplay under international  ...  We can observe a lesson from a perspective of business strategy.  ... 
doi:10.2202/2154-4611.1010 fatcat:gyrhz3jeb5aghdyinss3zt3wk4

An examination of recent developments in Hong Kong's innovation system: 1990 to the present

Naubahar Sharif
2006 Science and Public Policy  
The examination reveals three key issues: First, the Asian Financial Crisis was the major catalyst for change in the development of Hong Kong's innovation system.  ...  This paper provides a broad-based background to the major innovation-related organizations, policies and institutions that have shaped Hong Kong's innovative landscape over the past decade and a half and  ...  An additional study target is the Government agency, the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC), which has coordinated innovation-related policy over the past several years.  ... 
doi:10.3152/147154306781778768 fatcat:lni2xk7lafckbdqqaeiucv2xg4

BENCHMARKING OF THE PARADIGMS OF INNOVATION POLICY FORMATION: THE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF POSSIBLE BORROWING EXPERIENCE [chapter]

L. B. Shostak, Taurida National V. I. Vernadsky University, O. I. Dikarev, Kyiv National University of Culture and Art
2019 Innovative mechanisms for managing the economic development of Ukraine  
rules of art can be useful but they do not determine the practice of an art; they are maxims, which can serve as a guide to an art only if they can be integrated into the practical knowledge of the art  ...  The programmatic technology selection is based on input from evaluation studies.  ...  The Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR) leads many of the programs aimed at making Singapore a global R&D base.  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-123-0/107-149 fatcat:bvgmhlygqzco3iuctz25hvoyii

Innovation and the State—Development Strategies for High Technology Industries in a World of Fragmented Production: Israel, Ireland, and Taiwan

Dan Breznitz
2006 Enterprise & Society  
Surprisingly, from the perspective of comparative political economy theories, the IT industries of these countries use different business models and have carved out different positions in the global IT  ...  Of these emerging economies, the Taiwanese, Israeli, and Irish have successfully nurtured the growth of their IT industries.  ...  Structure, Development, and Business Models in the Taiwanese Software Industry The structure of the Taiwanese software industry reveals a divide between the older companies, focused on the development  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1467222700004754 fatcat:v7c7ptq2ffa4xcg3m6i7gqfwdm
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