The Governance Effects of Korea's Leading E-Government Websites

James C. Schopf (Keimyung University, Department of Political Science, Daegu, South Korea)
Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 16
EISBN13: 9781522535171|DOI: 10.4018/JCIT.2017040101
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Abstract

While abundant research has demonstrated that E-government reduces corruption and improves bureaucratic productivity, few studies have isolated the distinct effects of different types of E-government programs on rates of corruption and different measures of bureaucratic performance. This paper employs regression analysis to examine the governance effects of a wide range of innovative, Korean E-government websites, rated by the UN as the world's best from 2010 to 2014. Whereas business oriented E-government programs most greatly improved regulatory quality, citizen service oriented E-government most strongly affected government effectiveness. The Korean government E-tax program was most effective at combating the severe developmental obstacles of corruption and bribery. Nations pursuing development would best be served, therefore, by adopting the particular e-government program which best addresses their most pressing governance need.
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