This dissertation contributes to four research topics
1 how ICT affects democracy.

2 how to analyze the application of ICT in

In this article
I argue that although the studies on e voting adoption are dominated by a single case study by research in the United States
and by the positivist .

By consolidating existing e voting adoption models and a multi level innovation adoption model into an analytical framew
we analysed the observations

The study produced useful insights into the factors that influence organizational adoption of Electronic Voting technology and provided new ideas in the .

The term “ Electronic Voting.

e voting ” refers to the use of computers or computerized equipment to cast votes in an election. e voting aims at increasing .

In particular

our study investigates factors that are important for the successful implementation of e voting technologies across five levels of innovation .

TEM Journal Slamet Risnanto Othman Mohd Abdurrohman Abdurrohman Technology is the most important component in the implem
although technology is not the


In case of e voting success means being effective system to replace paper based voting In my research the intended purp

The factors discovered for m voting implementation include ICT infrastructure

legal and institutional factors

security and trust.

acceptance and adoption .

3 factors Of all the aspects described in the paper

we consider that the three main success factors of Geneva’s project are 1. Politics were implicated .

Pemilihan umum di Indonesia masih menyisakan banyak masalah kecurangan Pemerintah telah mengkaji solusi electronic voti

e voting

untuk .


the results of the final exams are analyzed Those results indicate success or failure of the lecture For further info

like personal data

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school grades
study path
a questionnaire was used in the second week of the semester

Purpose E Government with higher failure rate is a motivation to do the research about Success Factors of e Government implementation. Analyzing CSFs is an important factor that helps to implement e Government successfully and to avoid failure. The aim of this study is to examine and identify the factors that influence and affect the .

The success factors were measured by asking respondents to rate the importance of underlying objectives. While this is not uncommon to do so when studying success factors.

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Martin and

items could be included to measure whether or not the intended objectives were actually reached Moreover

objective .

This study suggests factors that have led to the acceptance of electronic voting systems to tackle some of the challenge

e voting
system is the technology that gives individuals the opportunity to vote online without going to the booth physically on

E government success factors can be classified in five categories Gil Garcia and 1 data and information factors

such as data definitions

and structures referring to the quality and management of data.

2 technology related factors

related to the unique characteristics of the technology used

3 organizational .

Electronic voting. also known as e voting.

is defined as any type of election or referendum that utilizes electronic means facilitating voting procedures at minim
for example

due to reduction of human factor in tallying process they can increase results accuracy and minimize .

Threats to voter computers According to the Estonian National Election Committee
the voter’s PC is the “ weakest link of the e voting procedure ”

since its security is left up to the voter Many computers already have malware without the user knowing
and this poses great risks to the security of the vote

The goal of this study is to understand the influence of success and failure factors on starting

developing and closing projects. Although many studies have explored success factors in projects.

a few of them have included the perception of formulation and classification of what really are a successful project an

Examining multi dimensional trust of technology in citizens’ adoption of e voting in developing.

Information Development
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No the Motivations and Constraints of Collaborative Consumption An Empirical Analysis of Disruptive Innovative Busine

This study starts with an extensive systematic review of e business use factors that are contextualized in the technology.

organization and environment TOE framework and conceptualized using .

The Initial Costs for Digital Voting Is High Finally

there s the high upfront cost of installation. It would save in the long run.

but the initial expenditure would be much larger than paper voting. Costs include the voting machines.

maintenance and installation.

testing the infrastructure

and securing the premises..

Abstract Critical success factors CSFs for project management significantly improve the chance for the success of proje

Zumstein and Kotowski 2020 with the aim of studying success factors of e commerce online shops found that more than the half of the e shops offer free shipping and already one third .

The last topic motivating factors for e voting is elaborated in the following articles The research in article II together with the case studies collected for.

This study explored patient recruitment success and failure factors and the role of electronic health records EHR in the


One emerging facet of e government is Internet voting.

or i voting . 2005. The Utilization of Egovernment Services Citizen Trust.

Innovation and Acceptance Factors Information Systems 1
2 25. Google Scholar Cross Ref Consumer Trust In An Internet Store. Information Technology and Management.

1 1.


The study determines E CRM Critical Success Factors from three aspects technology


and individual factors. The three main categories were analyzed as the effects of the issue on E .

Technology enhanced learning involves the learners computer literacy as additional studying success factor The level o
i. e. the degree to which computer users possess a .

In this study

the justification of the previous factor will be conducted to set the fundamental and basis foothold to develop a priva

Software process improvement through experience management an empirical analysis of critical success factors
2010.386 391. Google Scholar Niazi.


Muhammad Ali Babar.

and June M Verner Software Process Improvement barriers A cross cultural comparison

Information and software

Antimicrobial resistance AMR affects the environment.

and animal and human health Institutions worldwide have applied various measures

some of which have reduced antimicrobial use and AMR However

little is known about factors influencing the success of AMR interventions To address this gap

we engaged health professionals

Studies on online voting ’s impact on voter turnout have ranged from finding no impact on turnout.

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Switzerland to finding that online voting slightly decreases turnout
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to finding that online voting slightly increases turnout but is nonetheless “unlikely to solve the low turnout crisis”.

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Canada .

of .

The approach adopted is qualitative and to answer this question.

we conducted an exploratory study based on a case study of High tech Payment Systems HPS.

one of the world s top five elites and .

Blockchain technology was first introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto as a peer to peer payment system using Bitcoin that confi
the voting procedure has been shifted from conventional paper polling to

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