Public Administration in the Information Society: Essays on Risk and Trust
Risk and trust are interlocking issues, thrown into the social, political and managerial foreground as governments pursue their responses to the development of the information society. This book shows that flows of information deriving from ICT applications pervade public administration and the wider polity.
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