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Why did Bangladesh emerge as number one in the current e-government ranking among the least developed countries (LDCs), but only ranks in the 23<sup>rd</sup> position for knowledge management? Efficient ways of sharing and managing knowledge is imperative for the effectiveness of e-government initiatives in any country. Thus, e-government and knowledge(More)
Sustainable development is a worldwide major concern, required in every domain of life, including that of government. E-services are widely acknowledged for the contribution they make to e-government. The research question raised in this study is: What is the existing status of e-service sustainability research? The research method used is a literature(More)
This paper investigates the factors influencing the adoption of mobile phone technology among farmers in Bangladesh. Electronic services are one important measure for rural development and mobile phones is the dominating cellular technology; hence understanding the adoption of this technology is important to development. The paper uses interpretive(More)
Assessments on rating scales generate ordered categorical data, also called ordinal data. This type of data represents a rank order only and not a numerical value in a mathematical sense, even when the assessments are numerically labelled. These non-numerical properties of data from scale assessments imply that calculation of sums and differences is(More)
The purpose of this paper is to review current literature in the area of egovernment failure in developing countries from 2008 to 2010. Other objectives are; to establish gaps in research field, to identify themes addressed and give recommendations. The study is qualitative using the literature review method where 18 papers have been reviewed and(More)