J. Ramon Gil-Garcia focuses on Knowledge management, Public relations, Public sector, Information and Communications Technology and Smart city. In his research, Variety is intimately related to Conceptualization, which falls under the overarching field of Knowledge management. His studies in Public relations integrate themes in fields like E-Government, Corporate governance, Open government, Social media and Information sharing.
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia works mostly in the field of Corporate governance, limiting it down to topics relating to Local government and, in certain cases, Discipline, Environmental resource management and Urbanization. J. Ramon Gil-Garcia regularly links together related areas like Public economics in his Public sector studies. His Information and Communications Technology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of The Internet and Public policy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Knowledge management, Information sharing, Public administration and Public sector. His Public relations study incorporates themes from E-Government, Digital government, Corporate governance, The Internet and Information and Communications Technology. J. Ramon Gil-Garcia performs integrative study on Knowledge management and Smart city in his works.
His Information sharing research includes elements of Criminal justice and Information integration. His Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Transparency, Government operations and Inter organizational. The study incorporates disciplines such as Public policy and Process management in addition to Open government.
Information sharing, Data science, Public relations, Digital government and Knowledge management are his primary areas of study. The various areas that J. Ramon Gil-Garcia examines in his Information sharing study include Criminal justice, Information integration and Internet privacy. In general Data science study, his work on Analytics often relates to the realm of Smart city, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
He has included themes like Focus group and Public sector in his Public relations study. His Public sector study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Financial market, Transparency, Focus and Public administration. His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social media, Order, Blockchain and Interoperability.
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia mainly investigates Information sharing, Public relations, Smart city, Data science and Big data. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Digital government and Public sector. His study focuses on the intersection of Digital government and fields such as Information science with connections in the field of Transparency.
His multidisciplinary approach integrates Smart city and Information integration in his work. His research in Big data intersects with topics in Public value, Blockchain and Knowledge management. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Knowledge management, focusing on Empirical research and, on occasion, Open government.
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Understanding Smart Cities: An Integrative Framework
Hafedh Chourabi;Taewoo Nam;Shawn Walker;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
E-government success factors: Mapping practical tools to theoretical foundations
J. Ramón Gil-García;Theresa A. Pardo.
Understanding the complexity of electronic government: Implications from the digital divide literature
Natalie C. Helbig;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;Enrico Ferro.
Government innovation through social media
J. Ignacio Criado;Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
Understanding the evolution of e-government: The influence of systems of rules on public sector dynamics ☆
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;Ignacio J. Martinez-Moyano.
What makes a city smart? Identifying core components and proposing an integrative and comprehensive conceptualization
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;Theresa A. Pardo;Taewoo Nam.
Are government internet portals evolving towards more interaction, participation, and collaboration? Revisiting the rhetoric of e-government among municipalities
Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
Collaborative e-Government: impediments and benefits of information-sharing projects in the public sector
J Ramon Gil-Garcia;InduShobha Chengalur-Smith;Peter Duchessi.
Building Understanding of Smart City Initiatives
Suha Alawadhi;Armando Aldama-Nalda;Hafedh Chourabi;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
Conceptualizing smartness in government: An integrative and multi-dimensional view
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;J. Ramon Gil-Garcia;Jing Zhang;Gabriel Puron-Cid.
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