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Predictors for e-government adoption: Integrating TAM, TPB, trust and perceived risk

Qijun Xie, Qijun Xie, Song, Wei, Peng, Xiaobao and Shabbir, Muhammad ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0796-0456 (2017) Predictors for e-government adoption: Integrating TAM, TPB, trust and perceived risk. Electronic Library, 35 (1).

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The present research aims to identify determinants for citizen’ behavioural adoption of e-government, explore relationships among these variables and investigate whether the proposed model can provide a more comprehensive manner to understand the adoption of e-government.

First, a survey is administered to collect data, then the Cronbach’s alpha is assessed for internal consistency of measurement scales; second, confirmatory factor analysis is conducted to evaluate the measurement model; finally, a structural equation model is used to test the proposed hypotheses and explore the determinants of e-government adoption.

Results indicate that the proposed model is a stable model with powerful explanatory of variation. In addition, some new relationships in the e-government context are found, whose disposition to trust has positive effect on social norms, whereas perceived risk negatively influences perceived behaviour control. Moreover, other key dominants have been investigated.

The findings have enabled us to better understand factors affecting intention and also provided a solid theoretical research model for future study.

Item Type: Article
Status: Published
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/EL-08-2015-0141
School/Department: London Campus
URI: https://ray.yorksj.ac.uk/id/eprint/10195

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