E-GOVERNANCE PROGRAMS’ IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: BENEFITS, CHALLENGES AND EXAMPLES (LITERATURE REVIEW)

  • Stephen Beaumont Center of technologies development (CENTED), Beaumont foundation, Buenos Aires
Keywords: E-Government, governance, transparency, developing country, digitalization

Abstract

E-Governance is modifying the way that State affects individuals and is implementing on a daily basis. Even the potential for E-Governance improvement is not questioned, the practical implementations are still quite challenging. So why deeper understanding of these issues can help to transcend the current limitations. The mainstream conclusion about the purpose of e-governance procedures implementing is good governance enhancing. This good governance is generally characterised by participation, transparency and accountability. This has proven to be a major problem in many developing countries. In this paper we analyze the benefits than can be achieved by E-Governance programs’ implementing, the challenges these innovations can face and also some practical cases of implementation of egovernance programs were considered.

Author Biography

Stephen Beaumont, Center of technologies development (CENTED), Beaumont foundation, Buenos Aires

PhD (Business management) in University of CEMA

Center of technologies development (CENTED), Beaumont foundation, Buenos Aires.

Research interests are about social responsibility of business, communities development, local services and domestic markets development, social fairness and material values distribution, national stability and selfsufficiency.

Published
2017-01-25
How to Cite
Beaumont, S. (2017). E-GOVERNANCE PROGRAMS’ IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: BENEFITS, CHALLENGES AND EXAMPLES (LITERATURE REVIEW). The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (1(2), 31-37. Retrieved from https://euraseans.com/index.php/journal/article/view/16