Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2018

Including a Workshop on Smart Cities organized by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe

Proceedings of the Central and Eastern European E|Dem and E|Gov Days, May 3-4, 2018, Budapest

Facultas, 1. Ed. (14 May 2018), 506 p.
ISBN-10: 9783708917375,
ISBN-13: 978-3708917375,
ASIN: 3708917375506

Editors: Hendrik Hansen, Robert Müller-Török, András Nemeslaki, Alexander Prosser, Dona Scola, Tamás Szádeczky


E-Citizens Web Portal – Case of Croatia
Martina Tomičić Furjan, Nikolina Žajdela Hrustek, Igor Pihir
p. 17-27, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.2

eGovernment as an element of the right to good administration
Justyna Matusiak, Marcin Princ
p. 29-39, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.3

eCohesion: How to measure the main drivers of administrative burden reduction
Tamás Laposa
p. 41-53, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.4

Elements of Local Autonomy and New Technology in Urban Revitalization Process
Anastasia Stefanita
p. 57-68, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.5

ECDL – A basic tool for Smart Cities
Ronald Bieber
p. 69-77, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.6

Three Major Cities of Baden-Württemberg - Are They Really Smart Cities?
Thomas Laue, Birgit Schenk
p. 79-88, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.7

Global identity management for individuals? The right to be forgotten and issues of extraterritoriality
Petra Lea Láncos
p. 91-102, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.8

The effect of the EIDAS Regulation on the model of Hungarian public administration
Gábor Klimkó, Péter József Kiss, József Károly Kiss
p. 103-113, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.9

Rules for eID management in the Public Sector (Hungary, 2018)
Alexandra Erzsébet Zámbó
p. 115-127, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.10

Semantic Reconciliation between two Different Aspects of Law
Bálint Molnár
p. 131-140, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.11

Which barriers hinder a successful digital transformation in small and medium-sized municipalities in a federal system?
Markus Jakob, Helmut Krcmar
p. 141-150, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.12

The Puzzle of ICT Driven Innovation in the Public Sector: Hungary’s Case
András Nemeslaki
p. 151-165, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.13

Top ten smart cities in the world. What do they have in common and how can Eastern European cities use that?
Catalin Vrabie, Andreea-Maria Tirziu
p. 167-178, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.14

Digital Government as Service Delivery for Difficult Territory A case study of Bonin Islands
Hiroko Kudo
p. 179-190, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.15

What the Smart City in the Danube Region Can Learn From Industry 4.0
Alexander Prosser
p. 191-201, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.16

Revisiting open data research through the Lens of the Data Value Chain
Csaba Csáki, Andrea Kő
p. 205-217, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.17

The Need for Standards - Tools for Transparency and Open Data (The Case of the Republic of Moldova)
Alexandru Petrov, Cristina Petrov
p. 219-226, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.18

The Shoppers; Venue Shopping, Asylum Shopping: A Resolution in EURODAC?
Catherine Odorige
p. 229-237, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.19

How to Stop Digitalization - An E-Government Pilot Project Case Study
Birgit Schenk, Tobias Giesbrecht
p. 239-250, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.20

Digitalisation vs. Informatisation: Different Approaches to Governance Transformation
Alois Paulin
p. 251-262, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.21

The role of Internet of Things in developing smart cities
Andreea-Maria Tirziu, Catalin Vrabie
p. 265-274, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.22

Researchers as mediators between policymakers and practitioners – Do they have the necessary skills?
Adriana Zaiţ
p. 275-284, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.23

Cybersecurity Authorities and Related Policies in the EU and Hungary
Tamás Szádeczky
p. 287-299, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.24

Big Data and Algorithms in the Public Sector and Their Impact on the Transparency of Decision-Making
Gergely László Szőke
p. 301-311, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.25

Cybersecurity in the European Union
Andreas Düll, Anja Schoch, Matthias Straub
p. 313-323, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.26

On e-Governance development opportunities in the Republic of Moldova
Mihai Grecu, Igor Cojocaru, Ion Coșuleanu
p. 327-336, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.27

A self-reflection of municipal IT professionals in small Romanian city administrations
Nicolae Urs
p. 337-346, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.28

State of Digital Literacy: Preparedness of Higher Education Students for E-Administration in Hungary
László Berényi, Péter László Sasvári
p. 347-356, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.29

Democracy at the one-click distance: Is electronic voting the best option for Moldova?
Ina Vîrtosu, Ion Guceac
p. 359-372, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.30

Open Government Data in Hungary
Anna Orbán
p. 373-381, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.31

Improving distributed vulnerability assessment model of cybersecurity
Kálmán Hadarics and Ferenc Leitold
p. 385-393, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.32

OTT Regulation a way of combating cybercrimes
Veronica Mocanu
p. 395-406, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.33

Advanced Biometric Electronic Signature in Practice – Lessons for the Public Administration from a Hungarian Case Study
Péter Máté Erdősi
p. 407-418, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.34

Public Research and Innovation Infrastructure of the Republic of Moldova: Challenges and Opportunities
Igor Cojocaru, Alfreda Rosca, Andrei Rusu, Mihail Guzun
p. 421-430, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.35

Interoperability: How to improve the management of public financial resources
Györgyi Nyikos, Bálint Szablics, Tamás Laposa
p. 431-445, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.36

Cryptography Chaos Theory
Bulai Rodica and Victor Fanari
p. 447-458, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.37

The permanent campaign in social media: A case study of Poland
Dorota Domalewska
p. 461-468, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.38

Effects of digitalization on the labor market in Baden-Wuerttemberg
Oliver Sievering
p. 469-478, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.39

Emergency Communications and Alerting Systems for Fire Brigades in Baden-Württemberg - Much Room for Improvement?
Eva Gräßle, Robert Müller-Török
p. 479-484, DOI 10.24989/ocg.v331.40