Browsing by Author "Dillon, Stuart M."

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  • Authorship patterns in information systems

    Cunningham, Sally Jo; Dillon, Stuart M. (1996-10)
    This paper examines the patterns of multiple authorship in five information systems journals. Specifically, we determine the distribution of the number of authors per paper in this field, the proportion of male and female ...
  • A comparison between e-government practices in Taiwan and New Zealand.

    Deakins, Eric; Dillon, Stuart M.; Chen, Wan Jung (2007)
    Few studies have focused on comparing the state of e-government in Western- and Non-Western settings, where the political, social, economic, and cultural environments can be markedly different. This paper compares the views ...
  • e-local government in New Zealand: The shifting policymaker view

    Dillon, Stuart M.; Deakins, Eric; Chen, Wan Jung (Academic Conferences Limited, 2006)
    The New Zealand government has a strategy in place to establish an e-government infrastructure that is intended to allow citizens and government agencies to interact electronically. This paper reports the results of ...
  • Focus and diversity in information systems research: Meeting the dual demands of a healthy applied discipline

    Taylor, Hazel; van Wingen, Milinda; Dillon, Stuart M. (University of Minnesota MIS Research Center, 2010)
    Drawing on sociology of science foundations, we argue that, in order to survive and prosper, healthy applied disciplines must meet the dual demands of academic and practitioner audiences by demonstrating both focus and ...
  • Local E-Government Impact in China, New Zealand, Oman, and the United Kingdom

    Deakins, Eric; Dillon, Stuart M.; Namani, Hamed AI; Zhang, Chao Kevin (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
    Purpose - To provide a picture of (local) e-government impact and development philosophy in China, New Zealand, Oman, and the United Kingdom. Design/methodology/approach - A survey instrument was used to collect data from ...

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