Fang-Ming Hsu

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This work provides an alternative conceptualization of the information systems (IS) success model for further understanding of user behavior in government. A context-value-behavior framework is proposed. This study investigates the relationships among perceived quality, normative pressure, perceived values, satisfaction and intention to use IS in(More)
Selecting tourist attractions and collecting related site information is one of the most crucial activities for a tourist when making decisions for a trip. Although various recommendation systems have been discussed over the last decade, rarely do such systems take individual tourist preference information into consideration. Based on the(More)
For e-government to succeed, government agencies must manage their records and archives of which the sheer volume and diversity necessitate the use of electronic record management systems (ERMS). Using an established business–technology alignment model, we analyze an agency’s strategic alignment choice and examine the outcomes and agency performance(More)
Without considering differences in operating environment, traditional methods of efficiency evaluation are suffering from external environmental influences. This study presents an alternative approach for assessing the relative efficiency of government-sponsored research and development projects (GSP). A three-stage approach employing data envelopment(More)
A regulating agency in a government, i.e. regulator, must co-align its information systems (IS) planning strategy with executing agencies, i.e. executors, for better e-government performance. Using an established strategic co-alignment model, we analyze the mutual participating strategies between regulator and executors and examine the outcomes and(More)
A number of countries have launched projects with a particular emphasis on using information technologies (IT) to provide electronic information and services to citizens and businesses. Through various IT, tremendous amount of electronic records in government agencies are created. These records and archives are the basis of knowledge management. Electronic(More)
Governments around the world are actively promoting electronic government (e-Government) initiatives to provide fast, convenient and innovative services. Most previous studies focus mainly on discussing the affecting factors of public's satisfaction toward information services provided by their government in the context of voluntary adoption. In order to(More)