Laboratory of analysis, supervision, and development of jobs and competencies, Mascara (Algeria)
Laboratory of analysis, supervision and development of jobs and competencies, Mascara (Algeria)
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The study aims to highlight the key role played by e-government in combating administrative corruption by reviewing successful cases such as India and South Korea, and then the Algerian government experience. The study concluded that there is an inverse relationship between e-government and corruption. Reducing administrative corruption by providing public services with quality and flexibility in terms of time, location, fairness and transparency, and reducing human mediation. The study also found that the level of corruption is high in Algeria, and e-Government efforts are still growth in recent years.
JEL Classification: D73، G38, M15.
CorruptionAdministrative corruptionE-governmentAlgeriaIndiaSouth Korea
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Nacira Berkennou, Laboratory of analysis, supervision, and development of jobs and competencies, Mascara (Algeria)
Habib Tabeti, Laboratory of analysis, supervision and development of jobs and competencies, Mascara (Algeria)
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Berkennou, N., & Tabeti, H. (2019). The Role Of E-Government In Mitigating Administrative Corruption: The Case Of Algeria. Management & Economics Research Journal, 1(2), 41-60. https://doi.org/10.48100/merj.v1i2.29
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