Mithun Barua's research while affiliated with Thapar University and other places

Publications (7)

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E-Participation refers to ICT-supported participation in processes involved in government and governance. Processes may concern administrative, service delivery, decision-making and policy. The current study is focused on the analysis of the rate, current challenges, prospects and future scope of electronic participation (e-participation) in the ur...
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e- Governance in treasuries (fiscal units) of India started in 1980s. Attempt made to empirically study adoption of e-governance by the Treasury Officers (Officers-in-Charge) and Additional Treasury Officers (Additional Officers-in-Charge) Government of West Bengal. Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Trust applied to build a conceptual model. Da...
Book
This book is the outcome of the two months research visit to Department of Public Administration, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia supported by the Doctoral Studies and Internationalization Programme (DoRa) of the Archimedes Foundation for Higher Education Development, Government of Estonia. The research objective is to analyze the growth...
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The State of West Bengal, is one the federal units of India. e-Governance which became the national mandate for bringing transformation in the public administration has been embraced by the Government of West Bengal. The Finance Department, Government of West Bengal, consists of branches, directorates, units and cells. The department has successful...
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The revolutionary development in information & communication technology has brought a new paradigm shift in public administration which popularly termed as "electronic government/ e-governance". India adopted this paradigm shift in order to bring transformation in the governmental functions and delivery of services. Treasuries are the basic fiscal...
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India, the growing economic super-power proceeded with lightning speed towards the adoption and successful implementation of e-governance. The Government of West Bengal (federal unit of India) implemented e-governance in pension office i.e. Pension Management System (PMS), for faster and efficient delivery of public services. The success of PMS is...
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The actual results of e-governance activities will gain more visibility and citizen focus only if many of the stand-alone systems are properly networked and integrated. The Departments will not only have a more efficient/ transparent delivery mechanisms, but will also have updated information at all levels for monitoring, and more importantly for p...

Citations

... Barua, 2012;Papadopoulou et al., 2010).Belanche et al. (2012) see trust as a partial mediator in the relationship between perceived ease of use (PEOU) and perceived usefulness (PU), which has a direct link to behavior and intentions to utilize ICT-based services. Perceived trust, regulations, and policies are independent entities in influencing user behavior and intentions. ...
... TAM was extended by adding Trust to it and integrating the whole model with the Theory of Planned Behaviour (Wu & Chen, 2005). In another study,TAM was integrated with TPB, Perceived Risk, and Trust to examine the adoption of eGovernance in China (Xie, Song, Peng & Shabbir, 2017).E-Governance adoption was checked in government organizations in India also in which the factors used were performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, facilitating conditions, trust in data and system, intention and adoption (Barua, 2012). The adoption of e-governance has been checked among teachers in Greece using TAM and diffusion of Innovation (DOI) (Karavasilis, Zafiropoulos & Vrana, 2010). ...