Book Launch: ‘Achieving Sustainable E-Government in Pacific Island States’, edited by Rowena Cullen and Graham Hassall (Springer, 2017)
The School of Government invites you to the launch of ‘Achieving Sustainable E-Government in Pacific Island States’, which brings together the work of 16 authors in 14 chapters that set out global and regional perspectives on e-Government policy; explore regulatory and governance issues; assess e-Government implementation in a variety of sectors including education, health, finance, primary industries and rural development, justice and statistics; and explore the potential for mobile connectivity and for greater citizen-government interaction. 'Achieving Sustainable E-Government' is the first major academic study on e-Government in the Pacific Islands.
About the editors:
Rowena Cullen is Emeritus Professor in Information Management, School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington and Graham Hassall is Associate Professor, Public Policy and Administration, School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington.
Associate Professor Hon Luamanuvao Winnie Laban, Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Pasifika) at the Victoria University of Wellington and Hon. Siaosi ‘Ofakivahafolau Sovaleni, Deputy Prime Minister of Tonga and Minister for Meteorological Services, Energy, Information, Disaster Risk Management Environment, Climate Change, and Communication (MEIDEC).
RSVP: Required by Tuesday 23 May 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be provided.