Ascendants That Influence the Adoption of E-government Services among Citizen of Pakistan

Ali Hammad, Intikhab Ahmad, Syed Muhammad Sikander, Md Amjad Hossain Reyad, Syed Mazahir Kazmi

Abstract


In this research study, the author seeks to discover the predecessors of e-government services adoption among the citizen of Pakistan. To study the e-government adoption, researcher integrates extended TAM and theory of planned behaviour. Cross-sectional research technique was used and in total data was collected from 240 citizens of Pakistan. Results depict that facilitating conditions, performance expectancy, effort expectancy positively impact the citizen attitude towards adoption of e-government facilities. As well as, facilitating conditions as a positive impact on society and individual computer self-efficacy which helps in building citizen attitude.

Furthermore, the researcher studies the impact of government trust as a moderator to test the relationship between attitude and adoption of e-government services. Results show that government trust dampens down the relationship between attitude and e-government adoption. To the conclude results SEM technique was used using AMOS-21.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ber.v9i2.14756

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