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Good Governance and E-gov’t?
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Natural Capital Economic Capital Human Capital Social Capital Leadership Capital Innovation Capital
• Government Capital (Public Servants and Public Service)
• ICT….
What’s wrong with government?
Professor M. Jae Moon
• Survival Language
– More and More – Less and Less – Better and Better – Faster and Faster – More and More Transparent and Accountable
Professor M. Jae Moon
Professor M. Jae Moon
No Action Talk Only
Professor M. Jae Moon
Professor M. Jae Moon
Source: Drawn by the author based on ICT Development Index of ITU (2015) and Global Competitiveness Index of WEF (2015).
• Define potential Roles of ICT for Knowledge-based Economy: foundation and enabler
– ICT at the individual level – ICT at the firm/organizational level – ICT at the sector level – ICT at the regional and national level – ICT at the global level
• ICT as a foundation, a Linking Pin or an Enabler • Significance of both technical (digitization of data, information, and knowledge; BPR, interoperability, security) and nontechnical determining factors (institutional, legal, organizational, and human behaviors) • Significance of Governance (collaboration among public, private, and nonprofit sectors)
– ICT infrastructure and services – Plann


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Title Good governance and e-government
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Moon, Myung-jae

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Sejong, South Korea : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2016
Event

2016 Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) Blended Learning Program

Event [Workshop] Enhancing the Capacity of Officials and Employees of the Office of Government and Central Agencies(Vietnam)
[Workshop] 2016 Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) Blended Learning Program
[Workshop] Economic Development Strategy (Morocco)​
Pages 46
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format ppt
Subject Government and Law < Governance
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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