Digitizing criminal justice: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of supply-chain integration across four EU Member States
Iannacci, F., Seepma, A. and de Blok, C. 2015. Digitizing criminal justice: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of supply-chain integration across four EU Member States.
|Authors||Iannacci, F., Seepma, A. and de Blok, C.|
Drawing on Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) techniques, we formally analyse four cases of supply-chain integration within the European Union (EU). Our findings demonstrate the causal asymmetry between successful and unsuccessful digitization of inter-organizational information flows. While unsuccessful digitization requires poor project management skills, successful digitization is much more demanding because it also requires compatible technologies which are implemented either by means of a small-scale, bottom-up approach to standardization or a single, centralised architecture developed in a top-down fashion. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed by highlighting the key role of coordination by feedback in a context of increasing digitization of criminal justice systems.
|Conference||BAM 2015 Conference|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||16 Jun 2015|
|Completed||10 Sep 2015|
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