ABSTRACT. This study is grounded in the considerable body of scholarship examining citizens’ expectations about open government, potential determinants for attitudes toward the new aspects of e-government, the capability to utilize e-government for socio-economic development purposes, and social media’s impact on e-government. My analysis complements the growing literature on the current state of social media use in government, the government-citizen relationship, the extent to which e-government use influences attitude about the new modes of e-government, and the impacts of macro-environmental factors on the diffusion, growth, and maturity of e-government globally. pp. 101–106
JEL Codes: G18, D73, O11

Keywords: e-government, corruption, ICT, economic development, global

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