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Publication
Report
2002

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The UK's National Audit Office (NAO) commissioned us to produce this report, which surveys progress in implementing e-government in central and local government in the UK. It was published on 25th April 2002 and focuses on change since our first report below.

The study team for this report was Professor Patrick Dunleavy (LSE), Professor Helen Margetts (UCL), Simon Bastow (LSE and UCL), Ruth Callaghan (LSE) and
Hala Yared (UCL).

Publication
Paper
2001

by Professor Patrick Dunleavy (LSE and ANU), Professor Helen Margetts (UCL), Simon Bastow (UCL), Jane Tinkler (LSE), and Hala Yared (UCL)

Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association 2001, 28 August -1 September, Hilton Hotel, San Francisco, US

Publication
Paper
2001

by Professor Helen Margetts (UCL)

Paper to workshop ‘The Causes and Consequences of Organisational Innovation in European Political Parties’ at European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions of Workshops, Grenoble, 6-11 April 2001.

Publication
Paper
2000

by Professor Patrick Dunleavy (LSE) and Professor Helen Margetts (UCL)

Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association 2000, 4th September, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, US

Publication
Paper
2000

by Professor Patrick Dunleavy (LSE), Professor Helen Margetts (UCL), Simon Bastow (UCL), and Jane Tinkler (LSE)

Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association 2000, 10-13 April, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK

Publication
Report
1999

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This report is the precursor to the 2002 study, published in December 1999. It was also commissioned by the NAO and was the first ever comprehensive analysis of e-government in the UK.

The study team for this report was Professor Patrick Dunleavy LSE), Professor Helen Margetts (UCL), Steve John (LSE) and Don McCarthy (LSE).

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