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An Analysis of Mobile Governance and Its Impact on the Economy in the Asian Context

Heikkinen, Daan (2021): An Analysis of Mobile Governance and Its Impact on the Economy in the Asian Context. Published in: Technology Society of South East Asia , Vol. 2, No. 3 (14 August 2021): pp. 5-11.

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Since Government-to-Citizen (G2C) services are becoming increasingly mature in Asia in terms of electronic delivery, as they become more mature, the demand for multi-channel delivery of Government-to-Citizen (G2C) services is increasing at an increasing pace as the maturity of electronic delivery of G2C services in Asia increases. There is a growing trend of teledensity and mobile penetration in many countries, which means that a growing number of mobile services can be provided via mobile devices as a result of the increasing teledensity in the country. In Asian cities outside of metropolises that are not located within metropolises, a wide range of services are being offered through mobile devices that can be accessed via a mobile device. Mobile government is becoming increasingly accepted for use in government, however, it is important to determine which sectors, like education, infrastructure, etc., will be using it. It is likely that the government will be able to benefit from the application of this technology as a way of providing services to the public once it gains acceptance in the government. It should be pointed out that in order to identify which sectors are likely to be able to benefit from mobile government services, it is necessary to examine the factors that determine which sectors are likely to be prioritized by the government in the future. This study aims to provide a qualitative analysis based on the purpose of providing a qualitative analysis based on the purpose of identifying the top priority sectors for mobile government applications in Asia, as well as how those sectors will impact the economy, and how these sectors will be prioritized in the future in light of different factors.

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