Factors affecting citizens' adoption of E-Government services in Libya

@inproceedings{Abied2017FactorsAC,
  title={Factors affecting citizens' adoption of E-Government services in Libya},
  author={Abdulghani A. Abied},
  year={2017}
}
In the 21st century, many countries are providing services to their citizens using the Internet. In countries such as Libya, where the population is spread over a large geographical area, the need to deploy services via the Internet is very evident. This research employs the Technology Acceptance Model integrated with the Diffusion of Innovations Theory to identify and assess factors that could influence Libyan citizens to adopt e-government services in Libya. The main benefit of this research… CONTINUE READING

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