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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Assessing the Impact of Integrated Personal Health and Care Services: the Need for ModellingCODAGNONE CRISTIANO; MAGHIROS Ioannis; BROSTER David; LUPIAÑEZ VILLANUEVA FRANCISCO; LLUCH MARIAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Assessing the impacts of ICT-enabled services in the public sector: a participatory evaluation process to overcome the eGovernment paradoxSAVOLDELLI Alberto; CODAGNONE Cristiano; MISURACA GIANLUCAContributions to Conferences
2011Chapter 1 - Setting the scene: Literature review regarding ICT for IEM in the European UnionCODAGNONE CRISTIANO; KLUZER Stefano; HACHÉ AlexandraArticles in books
2011A composite index for the benchmarking of eHealth Deployment in European acute Hospitals. Distilling reality in manageable form for evidence based policyCODAGNONE CRISTIANO; LUPIAÑEZ VILLANUEVA FRANCISCOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Evaluating e-Government: A Comprehensive Methodological Framework to Assess Policy ImpactsMISURACA GIANLUCA; SAVOLDELLI Alberto; CODAGNONE CristianoArticles in books
2012Explaining the eGovernment paradox: an analysis of two Decades of Evidence from Scientific Literature and Practical Cases on Barriers to eGovernment AdoptionMISURACA GIANLUCA; CODAGNONE Cristiano; SAVOLDELLI AlbertoContributions to Conferences
2013From Practice to Theory and back to Practice: Reflexivity in Measurement and Evaluation for Evidence-based Policy Making in the Information SocietyMISURACA GIANLUCA; CODAGNONE Cristiano; ROSSEL PierreArticles in Journals
2012ICT Adoption by Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in EuropeKLUZER Stefano; CODAGNONE CristianoArticles in books
2011ICT for the Social and Economic Integration of Migrants into EuropeCODAGNONE CRISTIANO; KLUZER StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Measuring the Public Value of e‐Government: Trust in Measurement Processes or Processes of Building Trust?SAVOLDELLI Alberto; MISURACA GIANLUCA; CODAGNONE CristianoContributions to Conferences
2011Nudging lifestyles for better health outcomes: crowdsourced data and persuasive technologies for behavioural changePINIEWSKI Brigitte; CODAGNONE CRISTIANO; OSIMO DavidEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Overview of Digital Support Initiatives for/by Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the EU 27KLUZER Stefano; HACHE Alexandra; CODAGNONE CristianoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Strategic Intelligence Monitor on Personal Health Systems (SIMPHS): Market Structure and Innovation DynamicsABADIE Fabienne; CODAGNONE CRISTIANO; VAN LIESHOUT Marc; PASCU Corina; BAUM PETER; HOIKKANEN ANSSI; VALVERDE Jose A.; MAGHIROS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Strategic Intelligence Monitor on Personal Health Systems (SIMPHS): Report on Typology/Segmentation of the PHS MarketABADIE Fabienne; CODAGNONE CRISTIANO; VAN LIESHOUT Marc; PASCU Corina; BAUM PETER; HOIKKANEN ANSSI; VALVERDE Jose A.; MAGHIROS IoannisEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Strategic Intelligence Monitor on Personal Health Systems (SIMPHS): Structure of Available Data and New Measurement Framework with Selected IndicatorsCODAGNONE CRISTIANO; ABADIE FabienneEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Understanding the eGovernment paradox: learning from literature and practice on barriers to adoptionSAVOLDELLI Alberto; CODAGNONE Cristiano; MISURACA GIANLUCAArticles in Journals
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