Reflection of eGovernance on websites of India and Russia
Baron, Michael, Torlina, Luba and Unnithan, Chandana 2003, Reflection of eGovernance on websites of India and Russia, in 3rd Annual E-Business Review, International Academy of E-Business, Nacogdoches, Tex., pp. 7-10.
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Governments of the developing countries have been exploring new ways to allow participation of citizens in the governance, enabled by the Internet revolution. In this paper, we have explored, through a preliminary analysis of national government web sites, the attempts of two developing nations -- India and Russia, to establish digital governance. We have used the KPMG E-Commerce maturity model, WiIIcoks eBusiness evolution model and the WebQual site analysis tool as a theoretical framework to analyse the website performance and content, as a social construct that reflects government intentions, attitudes, digital governance directions and policies.
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Field of Research
150399 Business and Management not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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