Factors influencing the adoption of e-government in Pakistan

  title={Factors influencing the adoption of e-government in Pakistan},
  author={Mariam Rehman and Vatcharaporn Esichaikul},
  journal={2011 International Conference on E-Business and E-Government (ICEE)},
Governments around the world are working continuously in order to improve services for their citizens. However, the success of these initiatives is dependent not only on the government support but also on the citizens' willingness to use these services. To implement e-government successfully, it is important to determine the factors related to its adoption. This paper examines the factors influencing adoption of e-government services by the Pakistani citizens. Factors that have been explored in… CONTINUE READING
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