Volumes 36 and 37 of the Springer Series “Public Administration and Information Technology” (PAIT) are out covering the topics of “Blockchain and the Public Sector” and “Smart Cities and Smart Governance.” I would like to thank my co-editors Christopher Reddick and Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar as well as Elsa Estevez and Theresa Pardo for working with me on these timely topics.
More information can be obtained for the Blockchain book here and the Smart City book here.
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