Journals for e-gov people

Steve pointed to a few e-government journals in his latest DO-WIRE: eGovernment Quarterly and Journal of E-Government. I googled around a bit and found a few other journals: Electronic Journal of eGovernment, International Journal of E-Government, and e-Service Journal. I’m in no particular haste to publish stuff myself, but now I have a few references to throw at PhD-students and others who need/want to publish.

I must admit I don’t read any of these journals. Should I?

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  • Professor Hindsight
    November 4, 2003 11:26 am

    Apart from the e-service journal, which has been around a couple of years now, this is quite a depressing list of wannabes and never-will-bes. There is nothing intrinsic or unique about e-government that warrants a journal. There are plenty of social science journals out there where the issues it raises can be discussed, free from the need to pander to corporate agendas.

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