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Indicators and metrics for e-government maturity model in Croatia

Perkov, Josipa; Panjkota, Ante; Mikulandra Volić, Ivona
Indicators and metrics for e-government maturity model in Croatia // Poslovna izvrsnost, 11 (2017), 2; 85-105 doi:10.22598/pi-be/2017.11.2.85 (međunarodna recenzija, pregledni rad, znanstveni)

Indicators and metrics for e-government maturity model in Croatia

Perkov, Josipa ; Panjkota, Ante ; Mikulandra Volić, Ivona

Poslovna izvrsnost (1846-3355) 11 (2017), 2; 85-105

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, pregledni rad, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
E-government ; online services ; indicators ; metrics ; maturity model

E-government should enable a simple approach to online services, simple communication with public authorities and a reduction of time and costs of different transactions. Implementation and further development of e-government are trends in providing public services in many countries, but there is a big difference in the usage of such services among developed and underdeveloped countries. With the aim of bringing rational decisions about the development of e-government, maturity models are used as a tool for assessing, comparing and benchmarking development and success in the implementation of e government. When it comes to e-government maturity models, special attention should be given to the complexity of e-government in sociological, technological and organizational issues. This complexity has led to the development of many e-government maturity models with different indicators and metrics. Literature review gives answers to the following research questions: Which indicators and metrics are used in some of the more commonly used and/or discussed e-government maturity models? Are those indicators and metrics applicable for Croatian e-government or is there a need for a special model? The aim of this paper is to highlight those indicators and metrics which are able to objectively measure certain values of e-government and to highlight those that are for now without an absolute measure. The result of this paper is a presentation and analysis of indicators and metrics in some of the most commonly used and/or discussed e-government maturity models. By synthesizing conclusions, this paper gives guidelines for the development of an e- government maturity model in Croatia.

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Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ante Panjkota, (292256)

Časopis indeksira:

  • EconLit

Uključenost u ostale bibliografske baze podataka:

  • JEL
  • East & Central Europe Database
  • ProQuest