Social media governments from innovators to laggards: the case of Mexican local governments with diffusion of innovations theory

The majority of local governments implement social media into their web sites and means of communications without any strategy or knowledge about their advantages or perils. Academic research about how local governments use social media platforms is scarce. Most of the research is focused on services, comparative perspectives or assessment of e-government. Local governments areContinue reading Social media governments from innovators to laggards: the case of Mexican local governments with diffusion of innovations theory

Benchmarking Mexico & Brazil Open Government Websites: model and metrics

Latin American open government websites have not been compared or benchmarked. However this is key to assess and understand the open government impact on Latin American countries. The purpose of this paper is to introduce a model to assess open government websites and to compare Mexican and Brazilian portals related on open government and transparencyContinue reading Benchmarking Mexico & Brazil Open Government Websites: model and metrics