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Title: An Extended Model of E-Government Adoption by Civil Servants in Greece
Authors: Karavasilis, Ioannis
Vrana, Vasiliki
Zafiropoulos, Kostas
Subjects: FRASCATI::Social sciences::Media and communications
Keywords: Awareness
E-Government Services
Perceived Behavioural Control
Perceived Risk
Personal Innovativeness
Trust in Government
Issue Date: 2016
Source: International Journal of Electronic Government Research
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
First Page: 1
Last Page: 23
Abstract: E-government in Greece lacks a customer-centric view in its implementation. Government is driving its development agenda and investment on electronic services without measuring what increases customers' willingness to adopt offered services. The study has taken a lead in understanding the factors that affect e-government adoption by teachers in Greece. It uses constructs from the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), the theoretical extension of the TAM (TAM2), Diffusion of Innovation (DOI) and integrates the constructs of perceived behavioral control, trust in e-government, perceived risk, personal innovativeness and awareness in a model. The validated model offers a starting point for the investigation of factors affecting the adoption of e-government services and can be extended by using domain-specific constructs to fit all Greek governmental organizations.
ISSN: 1548-3886
Other Identifiers: 10.4018/IJEGR.2016010101
Appears in Collections:Department of International and European Studies

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