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Journal Issue
Volume 23 Issue 1 / Feb 2020  pp1‑95

Editor: Prof Shaun Pather

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Evaluating Factors Affecting User Satisfaction in University Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Systems  pp1‑16

Daha Tijjani Abdurrahaman, Acheampong Owusu, Akeem Soladoye Bakare

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Sandbox Environments in an ERP System Context: Examining User Attitude and Satisfaction  pp17‑27

Tim Klaus, Chuleeporn Changchit

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Big Data Analytics Usage and Business Performance: Integrating the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Task Technology Fit (TTF) Model  pp28‑47

Hemlata Gangwar

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O2O Adoption Benefits: A Managerial Perspective of Customer Benefits  pp48‑61

Jiwat Ram, Ashokkumar Manoharan, Siyao Sun

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Factors Influencing Online Game‑Based Learning Effectiveness  pp62‑78

Segomotso Mosiane, Irwin Brown

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Cultural Influence on e‑Government Development  pp79‑95

Sushant Kumar, Kuldeep Baishya, Pradip H Sadarangani, Harsh V Samalia

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Abstract

E‑government development varies across countries. This study aims to examine the impact of national culture on e‑government development across 78 countries. The dimensions of national culture are power distance, individualism, masculinity, long‑term orientation, uncertainty avoidance, and indulgence. The paper also examines the role of GDP per capita on e‑government development. The result shows that individualism and long‑term orientation are positively related to e‑government development, whereas power distance is negatively related to e‑government development. Also, GDP per capita is found to be significantly impacting e‑government development. Multi‑level interaction effect of GDP per capita and culture on e‑government development is discussed. The paper outlines the implications of results and strategies to design culturally acceptable e‑government policies. The paper argues that growth in economic prosperity cannot guarantee e‑government development, and national culture must be included in a holistic discussion of the development. 

 

Keywords: E-government, Culture, Cross-cultural study, Culture and e-government development

 

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