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|Title:||The role of trust in e-government adoption: A systematic literature review|
|Keywords:||Trust;Government;Electronic government (e-government);Adoption;Literature review|
|Citation:||Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2014|
|Abstract:||Electronic government (e-government) is a concept that has been adopted in most countries for the purposes of providing government services digitally, improving transparency between government and citizens and enabling additional communication channels with the government. Although e-government readiness in most countries is at a high level, adoption of e-government services is still considered tentative. A critical review of the literature suggests that this may be linked to citizens’ trust in government and e-government. As such, there is a need to investigate the role of trust in e-government adoption. For this purpose, a systematic literature review was conducted in order to observe research design, methodologies and approaches adopted in these studies as well as limitations identified and recommendation for future studies. The findings highlight that quantitative techniques and survey research methods appear to have been much preferred over other available alternatives such as qualitative techniques and interview methods or mixed methods in studies relating to trust in e-government adoption.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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