China Digital Governance Development Review Over the Past Two Decades

China Digital Governance Development Review Over the Past Two Decades

Wei Kang (Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China) and Yang Wang (Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China)
DOI: 10.4018/IJPADA.2018070107


This article describes how with the emergence of ubiquitous technology, intelligence, and the rise of social networks facilitated by mobile Internet, big data, cloud computing and other emerging technologies, it has become a global trend that digital governance has been employed in the executive branches of many countries in the world. This article explores the data of quantity of published articles, researchers, research institutes, high-frequency key words, etc., obtained through CiteSpaceIII. The analysis of the articles related to digital governance for the recent 20 years are used to perform content analysis on the research topic and evolution. The development situations and problems of digital governance research in China are analyzed based on the literature review. The future study direction is prospected.
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Research Methods And Data Sources

This paper uses CiteSpace III, version 3.9R7, as its analytical tool. CiteSpace runs on a Java-based platform developed by Dr. Chen Chaomei of the College of Computing and Informatics at Drexel University.

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