Journal: EG

Volume 18, Issue 4

399 -- 423Azleen Ilias, Erlane K. Ghani, Zubir Azhar. The e-government of eXtensible business reporting language adoption process in Malaysia: drivers and challenges from environmental perspective
424 -- 437Challiz De Lima-Omorog, Noel V. Paguio Jr., Niño Jeffery L. Luzon. Rethinking real property assessment and tax management system through an interoperable e-government framework
438 -- 452Djoko Sigit Sayogo, Sri Budi Cantika Yuli, Firda Ayu Amalia, Agung Prasetyo Nugroho Wicaksono. Analysing information policy gap for interagency information sharing: the case of Indonesia
453 -- 467Daniel Simon Schaebs. Contemporary e-government for smart tax authorities
468 -- 487Hani A. Alsarraf, Husain Ebrahim, Helaiel Almutairi. Variables affecting the adoption of information and communication technologies in the government from the perspectives of public administrators in Kuwait
488 -- 503Ulung Pribadi. Predicting intention to implement e-government of development planning using the theory of planned behaviour and organisational transformation

Volume 18, Issue 3

265 -- 292Emna Karoui Chaabane, Sameh El hadouaj, Khaled Ghédira. An agent and web services-based e-government model validation
293 -- 322Mona Jami Pour, Mohammad Hussein Sherkat, Mohammad Asarian. Citizens' intention to use e-governance in Iran: the challenge of e-good governance implementation
323 -- 339Karl Kristian Larsson. Empowered or encumbered: how digitalisation has changed the process of applying for unemployment benefits
340 -- 353Ayad Hasan Adhab, Emir Mahmood Kalik, Ahmed K. Al-Ani. Designing a smart e-government application using a proposed hybrid architecture model dependent on edge and cloud computing
354 -- 380Saibal Sarkar, Suvrojit Das. Fuzzy based security risk assessment of e-government data centre in Indian context
381 -- 398Manoharan Sangeetha, Shreeja Pal, Jayraj Roshan. Secure and transparent electronic voting system using blockchain

Volume 18, Issue 2

119 -- 136Iris Bhatia, Vincent Mabillard. How do cities use their communication channels? A study of social media adoption in two European federal states
137 -- 180Florian Barthélemy, Michael Cochez, Iraklis Dimitriadis, Naila Karim, Nikolaos Loutas, Ioannis Magnisalis, Lina Molinas Comet, Vassilios Peristeras, Brecht Wyns. Towards a standard-based open data ecosystem: analysis of DCAT-AP use at national and European level
181 -- 197Igor Oliychenko, Maryna Ditkovska. Formation and development of e-government in Ukraine: synergistic approach
198 -- 222Erik Paolo S. Capistrano. E-social security success: evidence from the Philippines
223 -- 236C. T. Manimegalai, Sabitha Gauni, K. Kalimuthu, Arkoalo Palchaudhuri. A novel smart security system for a hybrid motorcycle using IoT
237 -- 263Gaurav Chopra, Preeti Bhaskar, Muddu Vinay, Amit Joshi. E-government adoption and employees' job performance: the moderating role of age as a demographic factor

Volume 18, Issue 1

1 -- 8Abdallah Alsaad. E-government and corruption control: the mediating effect of law enforcement
9 -- 44Mohannad Moufeed Ayyash, Fadi Herzallah, Mohammed A. Al-Sharafi. Arab cultural dimensions model for e-government services adoption in public sector organisations: an empirical examination
45 -- 69Nadine Victor Batista, Helena Carreiras, Alexandre Moraes Ramos. Electronic government maturity index: proposal to evaluate the maturity of local government portals
70 -- 93Bettina Höchtl, Noella Edelmann. A case study of the 'Digital Agenda of the City of Vienna': e-participation design and enabling factors
94 -- 104Fahmi Zaidi Bin Abdul Razak, Azlina Abu Bakar, Wan Salihin Wong Abdullah. The linkage between information quality and e-government adoption: is gender a moderating factor?
105 -- 118Javier Cifuentes-Faura. The impact of e-government on transparency in the European Union: a multivariate analysis