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E-Government Implementation: Theoretical Aspects and Empirical Evidence

Bernd W. Wirtz (), Jan C. Weyerer (), Marc-Julian Thomas () and Anke Möller
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Bernd W. Wirtz: German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
Jan C. Weyerer: German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
Marc-Julian Thomas: German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
Anke Möller: German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer

Public Organization Review, 2017, vol. 17, issue 1, 101-120

Abstract: Abstract Despite its increasing importance and beneficial outcomes, e-government still has not been fully implemented. Previous literature has scarcely been able to provide a holistic explanation for this research issue. In this study we identify drivers of and barriers to e-government implementation and empirically examine these aspects. This paper contributes to the e-government literature by presenting a comprehensive overview of drivers and barriers and providing empirical evidence thereof. Also, it represents a further step towards filling in the gap concerning our knowledge of the reasons for the lack of e-government implementation. Furthermore, we derive academic and managerial implications and provide suggestions for future research.

Keywords: E-government; Implementation; Literature review; Empirical analysis; Drivers; Barriers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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