E-government without E-democracy in the case of Vietnam: Transparency has been a sham?
Emneord (Nøkkelord): Vietnam, e-government, open government, openness dilemma
SammendragFor over decade, Vietnam has made many efforts to promote e-government and improve efficiency and effectiveness of its public administration. As a result, the administrative system becomes more transparent time after time. However, E-democracy does not go hand in hand with e-government in the case of Vietnam wherein a non-democratic government has to strike the balance between economic and political openness. This paper aims to shed more light on a case of an authoritarian regime in the path from e-government to e-democracy. This is such a long, tough, and rocky journey linked with democratization in an authoritarian regime.
Van Long, T., Trieu Hoa, N., & Thi Anh, N. (2017). E-government without E-democracy in the case of Vietnam: Transparency has been a sham?. Tidsskriftet Arkiv, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.7577/ta.1961
Opphavsrett 2017 Tran Van Long, Nguyen Trieu Hoa, Nguyen Thi Anh
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