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  • Academic Journal
  • Acta Oeconomica Universitatis Selye; 2020, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p7-23, 17p
  • The developments in ICTs drive to initiat e- governments to comply with the citizens‘ new needs. This paper aims to present the factors affecting e-government implementation, by reviewing a wide range of literature from various countries which has differences in terms of development, income and culture. The study has developed Five Categories Classification Model (FCC) which outfits the interested in e-government topic with a ready comprehensive tool of factors affecting e-government implementation classified in five scientific disciplines of research. Also, this paper aims to asse the opportunities for developing countries to implement e-government depending on comparing E-Government Development Index (EDGI) and (GNI) among selected countries, in this regards, the study finds that it is not necessary to be a developed country to be in the “high” EDGI level group. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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