Obywatel w centrum działań e-administracji w Unii Europejskiej


Sławomir Dudzik (ed)
Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Inga Kawka (ed)
Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Renata Śliwa (ed)
Pedagogical University of Krakow


The monograph was developed as the second in a series on e-government – Krakow Jean Monnet Research Papers – as part of the Jean Monnet Module project, implemented by the Chair of European Law of the Jagiellonian University entitled “E-government – European challenges for public administration in EU Member States and partner countries/eGovEU+.” The book presents an analysis of the implementation and functioning of e-government in Poland and Europe, with particular emphasis on the impact of information and communication technologies on the activities of public administration done for the benefit of citizens. The monograph also shows the threats related to the digital transformation of administration and the need to acknowledge the central place of a human in this process. The monograph addresses researchers dealing with administration, administrative and European law, and practitioners. We hope the publication will broaden the knowledge about the digitization of administration and will encourage further studies in this field.



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May 12, 2023

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