Empirical investigation of factors that impact e-government adoption in Nigeria
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AbstractThis paper is a review of the impact of data protection/privacy, website usability and culture on e-government adoption. Along with Hofstede's cultural dimensions and technology acceptance theory, the paper uses these two theories to analyse the highly anticipated era of electronic government, an aspect through which government communicates with agencies and business organisation through information communication technology. We examine the adoption process, its challenges and difficulties, especially in developing countries like Nigeria considering fundamental deficiencies in basic infrastructure, human capacity, political and cultural constraints. This paper can help Nigerian government policy and decision makers develop strategies to adopt e-government services and improve the further development of these services. The paper does not only provide empirical support to previous research, but it validates and improve the results of similar studies in the field.
CitationChukwu J, Conrad M, Crosbie T (2019) 'Empirical investigation of factors that impact e-government adoption in Nigeria', 12th International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings - Porto, IADIS Press.
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