J. Ramon Gil-Garcia
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia
Associate Professor and Director, University at Albany, SUNY
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Understanding smart cities: An integrative framework
H Chourabi, T Nam, S Walker, JR Gil-Garcia, S Mellouli, K Nahon, ...
2012 45th Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 2289-2297, 2012
E-government success factors: Mapping practical tools to theoretical foundations
JR Gil-García, TA Pardo
Government information quarterly 22 (2), 187-216, 2005
Understanding the complexity of electronic government: Implications from the digital divide literature
N Helbig, JR Gil-García, E Ferro
Government information quarterly 26 (1), 89-97, 2009
Government innovation through social media
JI Criado, R Sandoval-Almazan, JR Gil-Garcia
Government information quarterly 30 (4), 319-326, 2013
Building understanding of smart city initiatives
S Alawadhi, A Aldama-Nalda, H Chourabi, JR Gil-Garcia, S Leung, ...
International conference on electronic government, 40-53, 2012
Are government internet portals evolving towards more interaction, participation, and collaboration? Revisiting the rhetoric of e-government among municipalities
R Sandoval-Almazan, JR Gil-Garcia
Government Information Quarterly 29, S72-S81, 2012
Collaborative e-Government: impediments and benefits of information-sharing projects in the public sector
JR Gil-Garcia, IS Chengalur-Smith, P Duchessi
European Journal of Information Systems 16 (2), 121-133, 2007
Understanding the evolution of e-government: The influence of systems of rules on public sector dynamics
JR Gil-Garcia, IJ Martinez-Moyano
Government information quarterly 24 (2), 266-290, 2007
What makes a city smart? Identifying core components and proposing an integrative and comprehensive conceptualization
JR Gil-Garcia, TA Pardo, T Nam
Information Polity 20 (1), 61-87, 2015
Being smart: Emerging technologies and innovation in the public sector
JR Gil-Garcia, N Helbig, A Ojo
Government information quarterly 31, I1-I8, 2014
Enacting electronic government success: An integrative study of government-wide websites, organizational capabilities, and institutions
JR Gil-Garcia
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Conceptualizing smartness in government: An integrative and multi-dimensional view
JR Gil-Garcia, J Zhang, G Puron-Cid
Government Information Quarterly 33 (3), 524-534, 2016
Towards cyberactivism 2.0? Understanding the use of social media and other information technologies for political activism and social movements
R Sandoval-Almazan, JR Gil-Garcia
Government Information Quarterly 31 (3), 365-378, 2014
Information systems development as emergent socio-technical change: a practice approach
LF Luna-Reyes, J Zhang, J Ramon Gil-Garcia, AM Cresswell
European Journal of Information Systems 14 (1), 93-105, 2005
The role of IT literacy in defining digital divide policy needs
E Ferro, NC Helbig, JR Gil-Garcia
Government Information Quarterly 28 (1), 3-10, 2011
Using institutional theory and dynamic simulation to understand complex e-Government phenomena
LF Luna-Reyes, JR Gil-Garcia
Government Information Quarterly 28 (3), 329-345, 2011
Towards a smart State? Inter-agency collaboration, information integration, and beyond
JR Gil-Garcia
Information Polity 17 (3, 4), 269-280, 2012
Collaborative digital government in Mexico: Some lessons from federal Web-based interorganizational information integration initiatives
LF Luna-Reyes, JR Gil-Garcia, CB Cruz
Government Information Quarterly 24 (4), 808-826, 2007
Towards a multidimensional model for evaluating electronic government: Proposing a more comprehensive and integrative perspective
LF Luna-Reyes, JR Gil-Garcia, G Romero
Government Information Quarterly 29 (3), 324-334, 2012
Digital government and public management research: finding the crossroads
JR Gil-Garcia, SS Dawes, TA Pardo
Public Management Review 20 (5), 633-646, 2018
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