Jae Jeung Rho

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Mobile Government (m-Government) is the use of mobile technologies within the government administration to deliver public services to citizens and firms. It is quickly emerging as the new frontier of service delivery, and transforming government by making public services more accessible to citizens. Governments in developing countries are increasingly(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to: empirically validate a modified unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) model by adding an “e-learning motivation” construct in the South American context; try to determine the role of e-learning motivation in the use and adoption of e-learning systems and conversely the effect of technology on(More)
One of the prominent challenges of e-government identified in developing countries is low level of ICT literacy and skills of e-government users. For those countries at the nascent stage of e-government development, it is crucial to identify and provide e-skills needed from the demand side. However, prior research has mostly focused on the supply side of(More)
We argue that e-learning motivation can play important rule in technology adoption and use and conversely technology use can foster student’s e-learning motivation. In addition, e-learning motivation has been mainly considered same as conventional learning motivation. But we propose that e-learning motivation is different than conventional learning.(More)
Many researchers have analyzed e-government literature as a whole or a specific area to focus on statistical methodologies, lessons learnt, or problem related to the area. However, no investigation from socio-technical perspective on e-government issues, in developing countries (DCs), has been carried out. Utilizing scientometrics approach, we analyzed and(More)
This paper investigates the dynamic evolution profiles of science and technology knowledge production in Brazil and the Republic of Korea from 2000 to 2009. The two countries have followed different models of publication profiles, bioenvironmental model and Japanese model, and they currently belong to periphery countries in terms of the center-periphery(More)
Broadband over power lines (BPL) is considered an attractive broadband delivery system because it can reach more homes than coaxial cable systems or telephone lines. In markets not served by DSL or cable, BPL can provide a cost-effective connectivity solution. Also known as "third wire" technology, BPL offers applications to rural and remote areas in(More)
The Internet has become one of the most significant information technologies to help sharing knowledge and making better decisions. Recently, the Internet penetration rate has increased dramatically in Latin America, but 80% of the population still has not accessed the Internet yet. Thus, it is necessary to explore an effective way to increase the Internet(More)
Green supply chain management (GSCM) enhances a firm’s competitiveness for sustainable growth. GSCM is especially important in the construction industry, a project-based business that often results in heavy environmental pollution. For the successful implementation of GSCM in the construction industry to occur, contractors should make the best use of(More)