E-Biz Comes to Turkey



E-bidding proposal preparation system for construction projects
Arslan, Gohan; Tuncan, Mustafa; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Dikmen Toker, İrem (Elsevier BV, 2006-10-01)
The bidding process is one of the most important phases in the construction industry. The major objective of construction companies is to expand business volume by successful bidding on various projects. For this reason, companies must prepare realistic bid proposals. However, the traditional bidding process is time consuming and requires a great deal of effort. This paper proposes a model that enables the companies to reduce the bid proposal preparation time and cost by using e-technology.
E-governmentalisation of the state: on the way to society of control?
Topak, Özgün Erdener; Topal, Çağatay; Department of Sociology (2009)
In this study, the emergence of e-government as a ‘governing rationality’ (i.e. e-governmentalisation) is analyzed from the Foucauldian genealogical perspective. In that sense, the type of governing rationalities, the modes of subjectivities, the strategies of power-knowledge and the practices of normalization/inclusion and exclusion that are linked to the emergence of e-governmentalisation are emphasized. Deleuze’s essay on ‘the societies of control’ is used as a theoretical framework in which the emergenc...
E-performance of Turkey and a new e-transformation metric system
Afacan, Gülgün; Arifoğlu, Ali; Department of Information Systems (2009)
Affected by continuous developments and innovations in information and communication technologies, governments have initiated the e-transformation process to adopt the knowledge based economy and to be competitive in global world. Throughout their journey of e-transformation, governments need to learn where they are in order to shift their position to advanced level. To assist governments in their evaluation of e-transformation, this thesis offers a metric system derived from some of the well known e-govern...
E-government: A global view and an empirical evaluation of some attributes of citizens
Akman, I; Yazıcı, A; Mishra, A; Arifoğlu, Ali (Elsevier BV, 2005-01-01)
This paper reviews and discusses e-government (e-gov) issues in general, its global perspective, and then reports the findings of a survey concerning impact of gender and education amongst the e-gov users in Turkey. Although the impact of gender and education in the use of e-gov has long been attracting interests of academics, no quantitative research has ever been realized in this field in the country. The survey was conducted among e-gov users with different gender and level of education from different se...
e-Government adoption model based on theory of planned behavior: Empirical validation
Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi (2011-10-01)
The e-Government phenomenon has become more important with the ever increasing number of implementations worldwide. A model explaining the e-Government adoption and the related measurement instrument - a survey - had been developed and validated in this study. In a post Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) approach, theory of planned behavior (TPB) was extended to fit the requirements of e-Government context. The adoption of student loans service of the higher education student loans and accommodation associat...
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E. Karababa, E-Biz Comes to Turkey. 2005.