ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT IN SOCIAL SCIENCES: A LITERATURE REVIEW

  • Ulung Pribadi Mahasarakham University
  • Muhammad Iqbal Mahasarakham University
Keywords: Electronic government, literature review, social sciences, public administration

Abstract

In many countries, electronic government has become a familiar concept in the reform of public administration. In the social sciences, electronic government has also gained considerable interest from academic circles as a new idea. A systematic literature review of articles published in social sciences was carried out to increase our understanding of electronic government. Five main issues are explored in this field government, public, information, services, and citizen using NVivo analysis tools. Some propositions about the issues and proposed theoretical model were suggested. Some directions for future research are also considered in this article.

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Published
2022-06-16
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Pribadi, U., & Iqbal, M. (2022). ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT IN SOCIAL SCIENCES: A LITERATURE REVIEW. Social Science Asia, 8(3), 85-102. Retrieved from https://socialscienceasia.nrct.go.th/index.php/SSAsia/article/view/308
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