Articles collected in the monograph concern a wide spectrum of issues related to the digital transformation of public administration in Europe. The first part of the book is devoted to the analysis of e-government from the perspective of European law. The digitisation of administration is then presented as a catalyst for the transformation of an open, accountable, and e-service delivery administration to citizens. The book also shows the impact of digitization on the functioning of Polish public administration. The final part of the study deals with e-government as a factor in increasing administrative capacity in the EU Member States and Associated countries and at the international level.
The monograph is addressed to researchers dealing with administration, administrative and European law, practitioners: judges, prosecutors, civil servants, lawyers, and legal advisers as well as students and doctoral students of law, administration, and economy. We hope that the publication will broaden knowledge about the digitization of administration in Poland and Europe and encourage further studies in this field.