Journal: EG

Volume 15, Issue 4

355 -- 371Joyce Nakatumba-Nabende, Benjamin Kanagwa, Florence Nameere Kivunike, Michael Tuape. Evaluation of accessibility standards on Ugandan e-government websites
372 -- 391Renata Machova, Martin Lnenicka. A multi-criteria decision making model for the selection of open data management systems
392 -- 416Abeer Mosaad Ghareeb, Nagy Ramadan Darwish, Hesham A. Hefney. E-government adoption: literature review and a proposed citizen-centric model
417 -- 438Arief Donnie Prasetya, Achmad Nizar Hidayanto, Puspa Indahati Sandhyaduhita, Ave Adriana Pinem, Kongkiti Phusavat. Social media strategy framework formulation and implementation: a case study of Indonesian Government organisation
439 -- 452Adesola Falade, Ayodele Ariyo Adebiyi, Charles K. Ayo, Marion O. Adebiyi, Olatunji Okesola. E-voting system: the pathway to free and fair election in Nigeria
453 -- 472Rama Bhardwaj, Hardeep Singh. Modelling the effect of knowledge management performance on organisational effectiveness: a study of e-governance in India

Volume 15, Issue 3

241 -- 260Thomas M. Tegethoff, Ricardo Santa, Diego Fernando Morante Granobles, Juan Camilo Valencia Hoyos. Does trust have an impact on system and operational effectiveness? The implementation of e-government in Colombia
261 -- 282Dedy Permadi, Fidya Shabrina, Umar Abdul Aziz. The institutionalisation of social media in politics: dynamics, applications, critiques, and challenges
283 -- 302Solange Mukamurenzi, Åke Grönlund, M. Sirajul Islam. Challenges in implementing citizen-centric e-government services in Rwanda
303 -- 331Lia Shaddel, Omid Ali Kharazmi. Systems analysis of implementing an electronic city in Bojnord, Iran
332 -- 353Kshitij Kushagra, Sanjay Dhingra. Modelling the cloud adoption factors for the government organisations in India

Volume 15, Issue 2

129 -- 143Emad Abu-Shanab. Predicting trust in e-government: two competing models
144 -- 165Snigdha Gharami, B. Prabadevi, Anupama Bhimnath. Semantic analysis - internet of things, study of past, present and future of IoT
166 -- 188Md. Jahir Uddin Palas, Ramiz Uddin, Mahmudul Hassan. Digitising government payments in Bangladesh: a mobile banking approach
189 -- 212Gunadi Gunadi. Qualitative system dynamics modelling of the impacts of maintenance, effort, competence and collaboration on e-government website availability
213 -- 239Mikael Gebre-Mariam, Bendik Bygstad. What can enterprise architecture do for healthcare? A framework of antecedents and benefits

Volume 15, Issue 1

1 -- 20Sara Sawalha, Maryam Al-Jamal, Emad Abu-Shanab. The influence of utilising Facebook on e-government adoption
21 -- 36Ines Ben Salem, Lotfi Taghouti, Lilia El Amraoui Ouni. Development and test of an energetic management package for industrial process efficiency
37 -- 66Abdullah Kaid Al-Swidi, Munadil K. Faaeq. How robust is the UTAUT theory in explaining the usage intention of e-government services in an unstable security context?: A study in Iraq
67 -- 90Agnes Nakakawa, Flavia Namagembe. Requirements for developing interoperable e-government systems in developing countries - a case of Uganda
91 -- 106Rasim M. Alguliyev, Ramiz M. Aliguliyev, Gunay Y. Niftaliyeva. Extracting social networks from e-government by sentiment analysis of users' comments
107 -- 128Blerim Rexha, Ilir Murturi. Applying efficient crowdsourcing techniques for increasing quality and transparency of election processes