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The Importance Of Culture, Trust, And Habitual Patterns - Determinants Of Cross-Cultural Egovernment Adoption

@inproceedings{Cabinakova2013TheIO,
  title={The Importance Of Culture, Trust, And Habitual Patterns - Determinants Of Cross-Cultural Egovernment Adoption},
  author={Johana Cabinakova and Julia Kr{\"o}nung and A. Eckhardt and Steffen Bernius},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2013}
}
  • Johana Cabinakova, Julia Krönung, +1 author Steffen Bernius
  • Published in ECIS 2013
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • The objective of this paper is to examine national cultural factors that may influence citizen adoption of eGovernment websites in two culturally different countries: Germany and Slovakia. In this purpose we developed a behavioural model basing on the three columns: Trust, culture and habitual patterns. We used the Hofstede’s national culture dimensions in combination with latest research in IS adoption and eGovernment as theoretical basement. Based on survey data collected from a total of 576… CONTINUE READING
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