pdf Holznagel, B & Hanssmann, A (2001), 'MOglichkeiten von Wahlen und BUrgerbeteiligung per Internet', in Holznagel/Grunwald/Hanssmann, Elektronische Demokratie, 55-72 Hahamis, P, Iles, J & Healy, M (2005), 'e-Government in Greece: Bridging the gap Between Need and Reality," The Electronic Journal of e-Government, 3 (4), 185-192 Iglezakis, I (2005a), 'The Information and Communications Technology Market', in Maniotis, D, Marinos, M-T, Anthimos, A, Iglezakis, I & Nouskalis, G, Cyberlaw (Hellas) 23 Iglezakis, I (2005b), Social State of Law, Sakkoulas ed.
What does EJEG stand for?
EJEG stands for Electronic Journal of E-Government
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Elgin, Joliet, & Eastern Railway Company
- Enterprise Java Engine (Oracle)
- European Journal of Epidemiology (also seen as EJEP)
- European Japan Experts Association (Berlin, Germany)
- European Journal of East Asian Studies
- Evangelische Jugend Emsland-Bentheim (German: Evangelical Youth Emsland-Bentheim; Meppen, Germany)
- Eight-Japan Engineering Consultants
- European Journal of Education
- European Journal of Engineering Education
- Euro Japanese Exchange Foundation
- Edward John Eyre High School (Australia)
- European Journal of Engineering for Information Society Applications
- Electronic Journal of ELearning (UK)
- Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modeling and Economic Dynamics
- European Journal of Epidemiology (also seen as EJE)
- Emirates Journal for Engineering Research (est. 1988; United Arab Emirates University)
- Eurasian Journal of Educational Research
- European Journal of English Studies
- European Journal of Economic and Social Systems
- Enquête Auprès des Jeunes en Transition (French: Survey of Youth in Transition; Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Electronic Journal of e-Government Volume 3 Issue 2, pp59-66 Deloitte (2000) 'At the dawn of e-government: the citizen as customer,' retrieved December 2007, from <http://www.