Filters








363 Hits in 10.3 sec

Developing Countries E-Government Services Evaluation Identifying and Testing Antecedents of Satisfaction Case of Algeria

Djilali Idoughi, Djeddi Abdelhakim
2018 International Journal of Electronic Government Research  
/article/developing-countries-egovernment-services-evaluation-identifying-and-testing-antecedents-of-satisfaction-case-ofalgeria/206173?  ...  As for developing countries, as many as 35% of their e-government projects wereclassifiedastotalfailureswhile50%aspartialfailures.Thus,inordertoensuree-government success, itisessential toassess its success  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijegr.2018010104 fatcat:ske2mncfsjdnfbmsknruvzq55u

Antecedents of Passenger Satisfaction Towards Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) in Malaysia

Monizaihasra Mohamed, N Alia Fahada W Ab Rahman, Fatin Najihah Tajaruddin
2022 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
The findings of this study are expected to aid the operators of MRT in Malaysian in better understanding the elements of service quality that influence passenger satisfaction towards the service.  ...  Based on the result of Pearson correlation analysis, this study found that availability, accessibility, information, timeliness and comfort have a positive and significant influence on passenger satisfaction  ...  Acknowledgement Universiti Malaysia Terengganu supports this work under the research grant entitled Talent and Publication Enhancement -Research Grant (TAPE-RG -55141).  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v12-i5/12914 fatcat:tv4kbchkyzdmnkkdt2lrtiebgm

Modelling the Asymmetrical Relationships between Digitalisation and Sustainable Competitiveness: A Cross-Country Configurational Analysis

Mohammad Soltani Delgosha, Tahereh Saheb, Nastaran Hajiheydari
2020 Information Systems Frontiers  
Analysis of data from 127 countries advanced our perception of how access to ICT infrastructures and capabilities, combined with the adoption and usage of ICT could result in different degrees of sustainable  ...  SC power across countries.  ...  For instance, Bernhard et al. (2018) contend that the level of digitalisation in a municipality is associated with the perceived satisfaction of e-government services among the citizens.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-020-10029-0 fatcat:i7ujzaopkvas3cvh7zhybju2qi

The Impact of Word of Mouth on Intention to Purchase Green Products_ An Empirical Study.pdf

Mouloudj Kamel, Bouarar Ahmed Chemseddine
2022 figshare.com  
Using a 19-item questionnaire and convenience sampling method, the data were collected from 226 students enrolled at a university of Algiers (3) in Algeria.  ...  Multiple and simple linear regression was used to test the proposed hypotheses. The results show that the WOM; environmental awareness and ATGP have a significant positive impact on consumer's IPGP.  ...  Despite this large body of research, hardly any research has been focused on the impact of WOM on consumers' IPGP in the context of Algeria as a developing country.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.19653588.v1 fatcat:xwqhg5me2vh2bb4y3essm3ssga

International Business Research, Vol.1, No.4, October 2008

Editor IBR
2009 International Business Research  
The earlier version of this refereed paper was accepted (on 3-3-2008) for presentation at the 5th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM'08), 2008, Melbourne, Australia  ...  Acknowledgements Our special thanks to the valuable contribution, Dr Jeffrey Keddie, Department of Management, Monash University made to the preparation of this paper.  ...  In general, perceived service quality is an antecedent to satisfaction (Spreng and Mckoy, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v1n4p0 fatcat:jjjrpvua6neq7fvcsmfikrvwfy

An Analysis of Tourist's Behavioural Intention in the Digital Era: Using a Modified Model of the Reasoned Action Theory

Amine Benslimane, Khalissa Semaoune
2021 International journal of marketing, communication and new media  
The study outcomes may help to develop a more efficient and successful tourism marketing strategy.  ...  This paper aims to (1) incorporate eWOM and destination image as exogenous variables into the TRA model, then evaluate the ability of this extension to predict tourists' behavioural intention (2) examine  ...  The second step developed a structural model with latent variables using Amos software to identify the modified version of TRA's validity and investigate all hypotheses.  ... 
doi:10.54663/2182-9306.2021.v9n17.4-26 fatcat:egvcbrl5ebhc5csvs7oxnnqbwe

Grassroots community participation as a key to e-governance sustainability in Africa

Ochara Nixon Muganda
2012 South African Journal of Information and Communication  
participation in e-governance, except as consumers of public services delivered through e-government.  ...  It adopts an explanatory critique, drawing on perspectives debated in scholarly literature and based on reviews of country approaches.  ...  It should also generate greater citizen understanding of the challenges government agencies face in providing services, and greater satisfaction with the state of public service delivery may ensue.  ... 
doi:10.23962/10539/19705 fatcat:xnil755s6jfnxlstqszwfgts5i

Modeling of the Factors of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) Influencing the Strategic Linking Decisions with the Industrial Sector: Whole-Institution Approach

Karina Cecilia Arredondo-Soto, Jean Paul Serrano-Manrrique, Julio Blanco-Fernandez, Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo, Marco Augusto Miranda-Ackerman, Jorge Luis García-Alcaraz
2020 Sustainability  
Although the IF is identified as a relevant aspect for the model, this is not a problem for Mexican HEIs, since the analysis reflects a solid legal framework regarding the common basic levels and research  ...  The purpose of this paper is to estimate the relationships and effects from the Institutional Framework (IF), as well as from the independent variables in the context of linking HEI with the industrial  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12083089 fatcat:ezah7dovejgx3p4id6qsgs5nfi

Entrepreneurial Orientation, Organizational Culture and Business Performance in SMEs: Evidence from Emerging Economy

Zina Arabeche, Ahlem Soudani, Mohsen Brahmi, Luigi Aldieri, Concetto Paolo Vinci, Mohammed El Amine Abdelli
2022 Sustainability  
Hence, this investigation's purpose is to add to the research in the newer context of Algeria. Thus, this study was an attempt to bridge this gap in the literature.  ...  This study has contributed to the existing theory by evaluating the mediating role of Organizational Culture (OC) by using interaction effect in partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM  ...  Moreover, while the World Bank's annual ranking of business climate (Doing Business) places Algeria in a poor position (152nd out of 190 countries for 2020), we believe the government has made significant  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14095160 fatcat:6nsmqhout5hzxcm6nnxxzbwaq4

Editorial for EAIT issue 5, 2021

Arthur Tatnall
2021 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
The journal's breadth of coverage allows EAIT to examine fundamental issues at all levels, discuss specific instances and cases, draw inference and probe theory.  ...  The impact of digital pedagogy training on in-service teachers' attitudes towards digital technologies from Nonmanut Pongsakdi (  ...  The study identifies technology and learner dimension factors that influence e-learning adoption in developing countries like India.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-021-10717-7 pmid:34429709 pmcid:PMC8377448 fatcat:jxwy4r4lbbam5mljdeywnr4cwq

{'en_US': 'Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol. 9, No. 6'}

Collective Authors
2021 Acta Universitatis Danubius: Oeconomica  
between market orientation and frontline employee attitude towards customers in a developing country like India.  ...  customers' evaluation.  ...  Being aware of the importance of the theme, we consider necessary to continue the analysis by highlighting the viable solutions for the Eastern countries and, in particular, for RO.  ... 
doaj:4cc6643957004f47a7daee2a8948831c fatcat:3mgdrbgtbbbqpfvuwxvgecvxm4

Coupling Coordination and Spatiotemporal Dynamic Evolution Between Medical Services and Tourism Development in China

Shaogui Xu, Yifan Zuo, Rob Law, Mu Zhang, Jiayu Han, Gaopeng Li, Juewei Meng
2022 Frontiers in Public Health  
This work constructs an evaluation index system and quantitatively explores the coupling coordination relationship between the tourism development system and the medical services system in China.  ...  Results show that the degree of coupling coordination between the tourism development system and the medical services system showed a good upward trend in China during the period 2012–2019.  ...  Government regulation is an important manifestation of government action on tourism development and medical services development, and it is an external guarantee force to promote the coordinated development  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2022.731251 pmid:35174120 pmcid:PMC8841681 fatcat:dqyvhiqntrbnbnrsx6u2clqrvi

Investigation of the Role of Organizational Climate in Enhancing Quality Management Practices of Higher Education

Shorouk Mohamed Farag Mohamed Aboudahr, Mua'azam Mohamad
2021 Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University  
While SPSS 26 was used to identify the Profile of respondents and identify lecturers' perception.  ...  The study also recommended that the need to raise awareness among those in charge of the educational process of applying the practice of quality management in universities and its benefits to the educational  ...  In the case of Egypt, it has developed a sustainable development strategy known as 'Egypt Vision 2030'.  ... 
doi:10.35741/issn.0258-2724.56.2.51 fatcat:tzbzwd7pjrcdhmdqq627kmkluy

Modelling Basic Numeracy Learning Application for Children with Autism: A Pilot Study

Muhamad Fairus Kamaruzaman, Harrinni Md Noor, Mustaffa Halabi Azahari
2017 Social and Management Research Journal  
From the proposed theoretical framework, an application was designed and tested with several children with autism.  ...  Children with autism have various difficulties in developing cognitive abilities and attaining new knowledge.  ...  Affordability of Housing and Accessibility of Public Services: Evaluation of Housing Programs in Beijing.  ... 
doi:10.24191/smrj.v14i2.5496 fatcat:cm6qd6ovdjchhfysqusqr7stwi

Vol. 2, No. 3, in July 2009

Editor IBR
2009 International Business Research  
. , A. (1999) Although the economic landscape of regional integration has important roles on efficient resource allocation and regional economic development, compared to the states of the US, Chinese provinces  ...  of plans.  ...  We found that there is no evidence of long memory in the cases of Algeria and Egypt.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v2n3p0 fatcat:j4nzhvjezvfvljno24nxa57ndu
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 363 results