Akemi Takeoka Chatfield, MBA, PhD
Akemi Takeoka Chatfield, MBA, PhD
Director, E-Government & E-Governance Research/Disaster Informatics, University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au
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The imperative of influencing citizen attitude toward e-government adoption and use
O Al-Hujran, MM Al-Debei, A Chatfield, M Migdadi
Computers in human Behavior 53, 189-203, 2015
3152015
Strategic payoff from EDI as a function of EDI embeddedness
AT Chatfield, P Yetton
Journal of Management Information Systems 16 (4), 195-224, 2000
2382000
Comparison of analysis techniques for information requirement determination
SB Yadav, RR Bravoco, AT Chatfield, TM Rajkumar
Communications of the ACM 31 (9), 1090-1097, 1988
1781988
A cross‐country comparative analysis of e‐government service delivery among Arab countries
AT Chatfield, O Alhujran
Information Technology for Development 15 (3), 151-170, 2009
1582009
Tsunami early warnings via Twitter in government: Net-savvy citizens' co-production of time-critical public information services
AT Chatfield, HJJ Scholl, U Brajawidagda
Government information quarterly 30 (4), 377-386, 2013
1522013
The Impact of IOS-Enabled Business Process Change on Business Outcomes: Transformation of the Value Chain of Japan Airlines
AT Chatfield, N Bjorn-Andersen
Journal of Management Information Systems 14 (1), 13-40, 0
151*
A contingency model for creating value from RFID supply chain network projects in logistics and manufacturing environments
SF Wamba, AT Chatfield
European Journal of Information Systems 18 (6), 615-636, 2009
1492009
A social media text analytics framework for double-loop learning for citizen-centric public services: A case study of a local government Facebook use
CG Reddick, AT Chatfield, A Ojo
Government Information Quarterly 34 (1), 110-125, 2017
1102017
Twitter early tsunami warning system: A case study in Indonesia's natural disaster management
AT Chatfield, U Brajawidagda
2013 46th Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 2050-2060, 2013
1072013
Tweeting propaganda, radicalization and recruitment: Islamic state supporters multi-sided twitter networks
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick, U Brajawidagda
proceedings of the 16th annual international conference on digital …, 2015
992015
Twitter tsunami early warning network: a social network analysis of Twitter information flows
A Chatfield, U Brajawidagda
922012
A longitudinal cross-sector analysis of open data portal service capability: The case of Australian local governments
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick
Government information quarterly 34 (2), 231-243, 2017
782017
Public service reform through e-government: a case study of ‘e-Tax’in Japan
AT Chatfield
Electronic Journal of E-Government, 209, 2009
702009
A framework for Internet of Things-enabled smart government: A case of IoT cybersecurity policies and use cases in US federal government
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 36 (2), 346-357, 2019
652019
Public opinion on National Security Agency surveillance programs: A multi-method approach
CG Reddick, AT Chatfield, PA Jaramillo
Government Information Quarterly 32 (2), 129-141, 2015
592015
Crowdsourcing hazardous weather reports from citizens via twittersphere under the short warning lead times of EF5 intensity tornado conditions
AT Chatfield, U Brajawidagda
2014 47th Hawaii International conference on system sciences, 2231-2241, 2014
592014
# Sandy tweets: citizens' co-production of time-critical information during an unfolding catastrophe
AT Chatfield, HJ Scholl, U Brajawidagda
2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1947-1957, 2014
582014
Customer agility and responsiveness through big data analytics for public value creation: A case study of Houston 311 on-demand services
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 35 (2), 336-347, 2018
572018
All hands on deck to tweet# sandy: Networked governance of citizen coproduction in turbulent times
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick
Government Information Quarterly 35 (2), 259-272, 2018
492018
Smart city implementation through shared vision of social innovation for environmental sustainability: A case study of Kitakyushu, Japan
AT Chatfield, CG Reddick
Social Science Computer Review 34 (6), 757-773, 2016
482016
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