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Professor Dr. Tadas Limba, BA, LLB, LLM, MPA, PhD

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Professor Dr. Tadas Limba, BA, LLB, LLM, MPA, PhD

Professor Dr. Tadas Limba is a Fellow of New Westminster College. He has an outstanding record of ethical leadership and is the Head of the Institute of Communication and Informatics at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Professor Dr. Limba’s professional experience includes:

  • 21 December 2012  to present: Associate Professor and Head of the Institute of Communication and Informatics, Faculty of Social Policy, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 3 May 2010 – 1 December 2012: Associate Professor of the Department of Electronic Business, Faculty of Social Informatics, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 5 January 2009 – 2 May 2010: Lecturer of the Department of Electronic Business, Faculty of Social Informatics, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 1 September 2005–31 December 2008: Lecturer of the Department of Informatics and Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Finance Management, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 21 February – 30 June 2005: Lecturer of the Department of Social Informatics, Institute of Knowledge Society Management, Faculty of Public Administration, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 5 September 2001–20 February 2005: Lecturer of the Department of Legal Informatics, Faculty of Public Administration, Law University of Lithuania
  • 16 March 1998 – 31 August 1999: Transport manager, Division of Partial and Small Cargoes, JSC “Transekspedicija”
  • 24 October – 24 November 1997 – Part 2 of compulsory practice – Chief Specialist of the Division of Bilateral Cooperation, International Relations Department, Ministry of National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania
  • 4 September – 24 October 1997: Compulsory Practice, Assistant to the Chairperson of the Rural Affairs Committee, Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania
  • 10 January 1995 – 25 March 1997: Passenger Check In Officer, Division of Passenger Services, SC “Lietuvos avialinijos”

Professor Dr. Limba’s education includes:

  • 2004–2009: Ph.D. in Social Sciences, Mykolas Romeris University, Faculty of Social Informatics, full-time doctoral studies of the Management and Administration. Topic of the doctoral thesis defended: “Models of Electronic Government Services: Their Application Possibilities in Lithuanian Municipalities”
  • 2010-2012: Master of Busioness Law, Mykolas Romeris University, Faculty of Law, Speciality of Business Law, Master study programme. Topic of the Master’s thesis: “Impact of Electronic Signature and Timestamp on Ensuring Security of Electronic Contracts”
  • 2007–2010: Bachelor of Law, Faculty of Law, Mykolas Romeris University
  • 2000–2001: Certificates in “Legal Informatics”, “Intellectual Property”, “Data Protection”, “Public International Law”, Socrates-Erasmus Exchange Programme for Master Studies in the European Union, Faculty of Law, Saragossa University, Spain
  • 1999–2001: Master of Public Administration, Faculty of State Government, Law University of Lithuania
  • 1994–1999: Bachelor of Political Science, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

Professor Dr. Limba’s authored publications include:

  • Limba T. Influence of Electronic Signature and Time Stamping for Ensuring Protection of Electronic Agreements. No 1(1), 2011. P. 57-67.
  • Limba T. Principles and Models of Electronic Election System Construction and Ensuring Their Protection. Social technologies, No 1(1), 2011. P. 46-56.
  • Limba T. Peculiarities of designing Holistic electronic government services integration model. Social technologies, Nr. 2, 2012. P. 47-70.
  • Limba T. Comparative Aspects of Electronic Government Service Levels and E-Diamond Models, Conceptual Trends of Their Improvement. Information sciences. VU, – 2011. P. 96-110.
  • Limba T. Comparative Aspects of Electronic Government Service Levels and E-Diamond Models. Information sciences. No 1(1), 2011. P. 35-45.
  • Lmba T. Models of electronic Government Services: Their Application Possibilities in Lithuanian Municipalities. Social technologies’10: challenges, possibilities, solutions – (electronic resource). Vilnius-Net. Vilnius: Mykolas Romeris University Publishing Centre, 2010. P. 226-245.
  • Limba T. Public Management. Teaching book for higher school students (co-author): MRU. – 2010. P. 220-232.
  • Limba T. Models of E-Government Service Levels: Their Comparative Analysis. Information Sciences. VU. 2009. P. 30-40. 
  • Limba T. Implementation of Electronic Governance: the Case of Society Interaction with Public Administration in Lithuania. Transformation in Business & Economics. 2007. P. 235 – 253 (ISI publication)
  • Limba. T. Electronic Government and Civil Service (part of the monograph). Collective monograph: Civil service in Lithuania: the past and the present. Vilnius. 2007. P. 356-381.
  • Limba T. Implementation of Electronic Government and Its Perspective in Lithuania: Interaction between the Society and Public Administration. Information Sciences. VU. 2007. P. 32-41. 
  • Limba T. Impact of E-Government Means on the Increase of Public Value. // Public policy and administration. N. 10.Vilnius, LUL. 2004. P. 65-69.
  • Limba T., Kiškis M. Assumptions of Legal Regulation of Electronic Government: Analysis of the Present Initiatives in Lithuania. Jurisprudence. N. 57 (49). Vilnius, LUL. 2004. P. 34-40. 
  • Limba T., Petrauskas R. Quality Aspects of Communication via Internet between the Society and the Government in Lithuania. Public policy and administration. N. 7.Vilnius, LUL. 2004. P. 89-93. 
  • Limba T., Petrauskas R. Research into E-Government Services. // Information Management Report. Cambridge Scientific Abstracts. 2003. P. 15-19.
  • Limba T., Petrauskas R. Analysis of Electronic Government Projects in Spain. // Public policy and administration. N. 2. Vilnius, LUL. 2002. P. 93-97. 
  • Limba T., Petrauskas R. Quality of Communication by Internet between Citizens and Governance. // Baltic Review IT&T. Riga. – 2002. 5 p. 

As a Fellow of New Westminster College, Professor Dr. Tadas Limba is dedicated to supporting the highest standards of academic excellence and is committed to the advancement of New Westminster College and its Global Network of Fellows.