Public policies of electronic governance and corruption in Mexico
Keywords:public policies, electronic governance, corruption, participation, technology
This article argues that although the electronic governance has been institutionalized as a public policy that promotes access to information, transparency, and control of public institutions by citizens, that does not necessarily imply that such progress has generated a positive impact in the reduction of corruption and that, consequently, other complementary actions are necessary for the execution of the electronic government public policies.
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