icebeg-2011 Main Speakers



Paul G. Nixon, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands

"Government Citizen Interactions: Web 2.0 little too late?"

Paul G. Nixon is a Senior Lecturer in Political Science at the The Hague University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands.  He has contributed chapters to many edited collections on the use of ICTs particularly in the fields of political parties, electronic democracy and social welfare.   He has co-edited four collections for Routledge; Understanding e-Government , E-Government in Europe,  Political Parties and the Internet and Cyberprotest. He has also published in the fields of culture and literature including editing a collection entitled Representations of Education in Literature.

Rajash Rawal, The Hague University (de Haagse Hogeschool), The Netherlands
"Tightening the Net: Controlling The Government Whistleblowers"
Rajash Rawal is a senior lecturer in European Politics at the Academy of European Studies & 
Communication Management, at the Hague University, The Netherlands.  He is
a visiting lecturer at the Fachochschule, Eisenstadt, Austria and the Department of
European Studies, Budapest Business School. He is a research fellow within the
European Public Management Research Group.  He has contributed chapters to many
edited collections on the use of ICTs in politics, particularly in the focussing on,
electronic democracy and social inclusion and Cyberterror and its impacts on freedom
and security on the Web. 

Habin Lee, Brunel Business School, UKE-Government Systems Success and User Acceptance in Developing Countries:The Role of Support Quality

Dr Habin Lee received PhD in Management Engineering, MEng in Management Science from KAIST. He had previously served on the faculties of Paichai University (Korea) and worked for BT Group as a principal researcher before he joined Brunel. His main research areas include Network Economy, computer supported cooperative work, market based organizational computing etc.