Does e-government improve government capacity?: evidence from tax administration and public procurement

Using a cross-country data set on e-government systems, this paper analyzes whether e-filing of taxes and e-procurement adoption improves the capacity of governments to raise and spend resources through the lowering of tax compliance costs, improvement of public procurement competitiveness, and redu... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Kochanova, Anna
Weitere Personen: Hasnain, Zahid; Larson, Bradley Robert
Format: Sonstiges
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] World Bank Group, 2016 World development report team 2016
Beschreibung: Online-Ressource (33 Seiten) Diagramme
Serien: Policy research working paper series
Schlagworte (SH): E-government
E-filing
E-procurement
Tax administration
Public procurement
Corruption
Mobile applications
Public officials
Public administrations
E-mail
Services to citizens
Financial management
Bribes
Telecommunication
Information technology
E-payment
E-government systems
Public sector
E-government technology
Government
Government efficiency
Government officials
Enterprise survey
Use of information
Payment system
Information
Monitoring
E-procurement
E-procurement system
Enterprise surveys
E-procurement
Public infrastructure
Government capacity
Electronic procurement
Management systems
Information systems
E-government implementation
Face-to-face contact
E-procurement
Open access
Global e-government
Communications
Institutions
Time periods
Data
Freedom of information laws
E-services
Computers
Functionalities
Customs
Government contracts
Productivity
Number of visits
Limitations of technology
E-customs
E-government implementation
Automation
Web
Reduction of corruption
Financial management system
Databases
E-procurement systems
Impact of telecommunication
Transactions
Manufacturing
Users
Phone
Technology
Human capital
Business operations
Transparency
Results
Competitiveness
Regulatory environment
Purchasing power
Management system
Government information quarterly
Adoption of e-government
Business indicators
Private sector
Data integrity
Sales transactions
Supply chain
Government technology
Administration
Economic development
Ict
Freedom of information
Electronic filing
Security
Business climate
Public sector performance
Performance
Human resources
Business environment
Inspections
Mobile phones
Functionality
Profit Supply
Profit
Supply chain management
Business regulations
Government information
Policy formulation
Government contract
Customers
Database
Communications technology
Governance
Open Government and transparency
Public finance
Digital government
Public administration
Public sector development
Public finance decentralization and poverty reduction
Democratic Government
Government policies
National governance
Public sector economics
Public sector administrative and civil service reform
De Facto Governments
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Anmerkung: This paper—prepared as a background paper to the World Bank’s World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends—is a product of the 2016 World Development Report Team, Development Economics Vice Presidency. It is part of a larger effort by the World Bank to provide open access to its research and make a contribution to development policy discussions around the world.

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