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Karl-Gustaf Löfgren

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Thomas Aronsson and Karl-Gustaf Löfgren

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This concise Handbook examines welfare measurement problems in a dynamic economy, focusing on the welfare-economic foundations for social accounting.
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Karl Löfgren and William Webster

The emergence of more sophisticated data analytics, huge volumes of data and new sources of data have added a new component to our understanding of the use of information technology in the public sector and for digital governance. This chapter presents the evolution of digital governance research and aligns it with current developments associated with data analytics or ‘big data’. In many ways, the current discourse reiterates well-known discussions within the e-government research community. Following that, the authors reflect on the ‘promise’ of big data for both service delivery and policy advice. This includes: the quality and reliability of data, issues arising from mixing public and private sector data, the ownership of raw and manipulated data and ethical issues concerning surveillance and privacy.

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Karl-Gustaf Löfgren and Chuan-Zhong Li

Concerns about natural resource scarcity, together with the increased awareness of environmental problems, has led to widespread interest in green accounting, which attempts to extend the standard national accounts to include the yields from natural and environmental resources. For his research review Professors Löfgren and Li have selected the classic articles in this rapidly growing area, with particular reference to sustainability. It offers a comprehensive overview of the literature both from a historical and a formal theoretical perspective.
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Karl-Gustaf Löfgren and Chuan-Zhong Li

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Karl-Gustaf Löfgren and Chuan-Zhong Li