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ISSN 1999-5431
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Roman Erzhenin1
  • 1 PhD (in Economics), Director of the «Scientific and Practical Center GOSUCHET» LTD, 19, complex «Greenwood», 143441 Moscow region, Krasnogorsk district, Russian Federation.

Russian E-Government: Review of Scientific Publications and Research

2018. No. 3. P. 205–228 [issue contents]
The understanding of the Russian phenomenon of electronic (digital) interaction between the state and society, theoretical studies within the framework of the so-called “movement for the reinvention of the government” is especially urgent in the context of the development of the digital economy as a new paradigm of the country’s socioeconomic progress. In order to identify the peculiarities of the electronic (digital) government scientific discourse, the author attempts to structure and form the subject of e-government research in Russia (e-Government)using interdisciplinary approach. The main part of this study presents the scientific and quantitative analysis of journal articles, conference reports, books, dissertations and scientific works registered in national and foreign information databases and related to the Russian e-Government between 2001 and 2016. Based on the results of the survey of publications, selected on the basis of their citation index, among other criteria, the main thematic reference points in the e-Government research field were determined, and their comparison with foreign countries based on specific parameters was conducted. The author comes to the conclusion that the content profile of the publications within the Russian academic community is primarily related to the socio-political issues of e-Government, in contrast to the developed countries, where improvement (modernization) of management processes and the effectiveness of technology use have remained the most poignant for a decade. In general, the results and conclusions obtained by the author indicate the need for systemic changes in the procedures used in the study of e-Government. The results of the review of publications might be useful to the academic community in carrying out exploratory research, the development of new scientific directions, and helping experts in the search for ways to develop digital governance.

Erzhenin, R.V. (2018). Elekntronnoe pravitelstvo Rossii: obzor nauchnykh publikatsiy i issledovaniy [Russian E-Government: Review of Scientific Publications and Research]. Public Administration Issues, no 3, pp. 205–228 (in Russian).
ISSN 1999-5431
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