The Impact of National Culture on the E-Government Readiness

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https://doi.org/10.58963/qausrj.v1i4.88

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e-government
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e-readiness
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national culture

Abstract

Many studies are exploring fundamental factors of e- government including national cultures of information and communication technology adoption that have been carried out (Kovačić, 2005). While there seems to be substantial growth in the development of e-government initiative, it is not clear that citizen will embrace the use of such services (Carter, et. al. 2003). If countries are going to plan success in the e-government project, they must effectively manage the complex multidimensional process of building citizen trust (Allen et. al. 2004, Al-Omari, et. al. 2006). This research is an e-readiness survey about the impact culture impact culture on e-government readiness. The purpose of this study is to review some academic publications based on the impact of the national culture on e- government readiness, and conclude their results to come out with unified view if possible.

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Published

2009-01-30

How to Cite

Al-Eryani, A. Y., & Rashed, A. A. (2009). The Impact of National Culture on the E-Government Readiness: Survey. Queen Arwa University Journal, 4(4), 26. https://doi.org/10.58963/qausrj.v1i4.88

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