Governing in the Information Age

Open University Press, 1998 - 196 páginas
This ground-breaking study provides a balanced investigation into the significance of the so-called 'information age' to contemporary government. It examines available perspectives on the relationship between information and communication technology and social change, and applies them to the organization and practice of governing and governance in the UK. A key theme of the book is the power of existing governmental institutions and traditions and how these shape and contain technologically-supported innovation.

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