Transformación digital y e-gobierno. Para una agenda de investigación sobre la región de liguria

Luca Raffini, Pietro Paolo Giampellegrini, Andrea Pirni

Resumen

El artículo analiza los efectos de la transformación digital, ofrece una evaluación crítica de las políticas de gobierno electrónico en Europa y en Italia, y presenta una agenda de investigación centrada en la región de Liguria. El artículo parte de la necesidad de llevar a cabo una investigación destinada a analizar el cambio en las relaciones entre sujeto e institución en las sociedades occidentales contemporáneas. El artículo, que se centra en documentos oficiales, explora las estrategias de transformación digital adoptadas por la UE. Liguria es un caso de estudio de interés porque, a partir del Programa Estratégico Digital 2016-2018, ha adoptado un fuerte enfoque en los principios de Open Government y una decisión explícita de invertir en servicios digitales específicos para ciudadanos y empresas.

Palabras clave

Administración Pública; Transformación digital; Agenda Digital; Liguria; Europa

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2019.14.2.07





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