Modeling end-user adoption of e-government services in Abu Dhabi
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A number of recent reports indicate that many governments around the world are increasingly using internet technologies to provide public services. However little is known about the factors that influence end-users’ adoption of these services, particularly in a non-western context. This study used mixed research methods to build, empirically test and validate an e-government adoption model. The findings will be useful to both e-government researchers and practitioners interested in promoting e-government.
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