Professor Christopher G. Reddick
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Citizen interaction with e-government: From the streets to servers?
CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 22 (1), 38-57, 2005
6692005
A two-stage model of e-government growth: Theories and empirical evidence for US cities
CG Reddick
Government information quarterly 21 (1), 51-64, 2004
4592004
Local e‐government in the United States: Transformation or incremental change?
DF Norris, CG Reddick
Public Administration Review 73 (1), 165-175, 2013
4242013
Why e-government projects fail? An analysis of the Healthcare. gov website
L Anthopoulos, CG Reddick, I Giannakidou, N Mavridis
Government Information Quarterly 33 (1), 161-173, 2016
2682016
Channel choice and public service delivery in Canada: Comparing e-government to traditional service delivery
CG Reddick, M Turner
Government information quarterly 29 (1), 1-11, 2012
2182012
Prospects and challenges of sharing economy for the public sector
S Ganapati, CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 35 (1), 77-87, 2018
1522018
Open e-government in US state governments: Survey evidence from Chief Information Officers
S Ganapati, CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 29 (2), 115-122, 2012
1362012
Social media in Egyptian government websites: Presence, usage, and effectiveness
HM Abdelsalam, CG Reddick, S Gamal, A Al-shaar
Government Information Quarterly 30 (4), 406-416, 2013
1352013
Social media adoption at the American grass roots: Web 2.0 or 1.5?
CG Reddick, DF Norris
Government Information Quarterly 30 (4), 498-507, 2013
1312013
Citizen interaction and e‐government: Evidence for the managerial, consultative, and participatory models
CG Reddick
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2011
1262011
A social media text analytics framework for double-loop learning for citizen-centric public services: A case study of a local government Facebook use
CG Reddick, AT Chatfield, A Ojo
Government Information Quarterly 34 (1), 110-125, 2017
1002017
The adoption of centralized customer service systems: A survey of local governments
CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 26 (1), 219-226, 2009
972009
Tweeting propaganda, radicalization and recruitment: Islamic state supporters multi-sided twitter networks
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick, U Brajawidagda
Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference on Digital …, 2015
892015
The perceived impacts of e-government on US cities: A survey of Florida and Texas City managers
CG Reddick, HA Frank
Government Information Quarterly 24 (3), 576-594, 2007
892007
Understanding shared roles in policy and administration: An empirical study of council‐manager relations
T Demir, CG Reddick
Public Administration Review 72 (4), 526-535, 2012
852012
Empirical models of e-government growth in local governments
CG Reddick
E-Service 3 (2), 59-84, 2004
842004
Interactions with e-government, new digital media and traditional channel choices: citizen-initiated factors
C Reddick, L Anthopoulos
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2014
822014
Comparative e-government
CG Reddick
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
822010
Information technology and emergency management: preparedness and planning in US states
C Reddick
Disasters 35 (1), 45-61, 2011
802011
Understanding electronic government research and smart city: A framework and empirical evidence
LG Anthopoulos, CG Reddick
Information Polity 21 (1), 99-117, 2016
792016
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