Publication detail

E-Government and Corruption in East European Countries

NOVOTNÁ, V. NEUWIRTH, B. ŠKAPA, S.

Original Title

E-Government and Corruption in East European Countries

English Title

E-Government and Corruption in East European Countries

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The principle of openness and transparency constitutes one of the components of the set of modern principles imposed on public administration. The principles of openness and transparency are related to the requirements to make public administration accessible for outside inspection and supervision and to protect public interest, in order to reduce the probability of corruption and bad government. Accessibility of information and online services of public administration play one of the key roles in bringing public administration closer to the public. In this paper, the authors confirm the relationship between the level of corruption and the degree of implementation of the e-government methods in selected countries of Eastern Europe. Cluster and correlation analysis was used to achieve this aim.

English abstract

The principle of openness and transparency constitutes one of the components of the set of modern principles imposed on public administration. The principles of openness and transparency are related to the requirements to make public administration accessible for outside inspection and supervision and to protect public interest, in order to reduce the probability of corruption and bad government. Accessibility of information and online services of public administration play one of the key roles in bringing public administration closer to the public. In this paper, the authors confirm the relationship between the level of corruption and the degree of implementation of the e-government methods in selected countries of Eastern Europe. Cluster and correlation analysis was used to achieve this aim.

Keywords

corruption, eGovernment, cluster analysis, correlation analysis

Released

08.11.2017

Publisher

Ibima Publishing

Location

Madrid

ISBN

978-0-9860419-9-0

Book

IBIMA Conference proceedings

Pages from

1151

Pages to

1157

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT141403,
  author="Veronika {Novotná} and Bernard {Neuwirth} and Stanislav {Škapa}",
  title="E-Government and Corruption in East European Countries",
  annote="The principle of openness and transparency constitutes one of the components of the set of modern principles imposed on public administration. The principles of openness and transparency are related to the requirements to make public administration accessible for outside inspection and supervision and to protect public interest, in order to reduce the probability of corruption and bad government. Accessibility of information and online services of public administration play one of the key roles in bringing public administration closer to the public. In this paper, the authors confirm the relationship between the level of corruption and the degree of implementation of the e-government methods in selected countries of Eastern Europe. Cluster and correlation analysis was used to achieve this aim.",
  address="Ibima Publishing",
  booktitle="IBIMA Conference proceedings",
  chapter="141403",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Ibima Publishing",
  year="2017",
  month="november",
  pages="1151--1157",
  publisher="Ibima Publishing",
  type="conference paper"
}