Mobile government in Turkey : investigating critical success factors, drivers and barriers

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2007
Üstün, Anıl
The number of mobile phone users in Turkey has already exceeded the number of households with the internet access. The presence of technologies which allowed more bandwidth and access from almost everywhere such as UMTS, Wi-Fi, or Wi-Max is putting a pressure on governments to enter into a new direction: m-government. As mobile phone penetration increases, its presence in the public sector is increasingly being viewed as inevitable. In this thesis, a strategic action plan model for the developing countries to achieve success in the development of m-government will be constructed. Meanwhile, critical success factors for Turkey are to be identified by a comparison of selected country cases. Moreoever, drivers and barriers for mobile government in Turkey and the affects of the demographic factors are examined by using the One-Way ANOVA and Pearson Chi-Square tests.

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A. Üstün, “Mobile government in Turkey : investigating critical success factors, drivers and barriers,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2007.