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Development of e-government in South Korea

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Comparison of E-Government Index Components of Top 5, Middle 5, and Bottom 5 Countries (2010)
Niger (183) Chad (182) Central African Republic (181) Guinea (180) Guinea-Bissau (179) Lebanon (93) Maldives (92) Kyrgyzstan (91) Viet Nam (90) Jamaica (89) Netherlands (5) United Kingdom (4) Canada (3) United States (2) Republic of Korea (1)
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Human Capital
ICT Infrastructure Online Services
Source: UN E-Government Survey 2010
Questions to be Answered
• How did Korea become an advanced ICT and egover nment country? • What were the key policies and who were the key actors that shaped e-government development? • What were the institutional dynamics in the development of Korea’s e-government system?
Stage Model of Korea’s E-Government Development
Stage 3 2008-2012 “Further advancement of e-government” Stage 2 2003 to 2007 “Full-pledged implementation of e-government.”
Stage 1 1987 to 2002 “E-government infrastructure development”
Adapted from Choi (2010), MOPAS (n.d.)
Key Arguments
• Korea’s e-government advancement was not a product of a single program or policy • It resulted from a series of critical decisions that were path dependent in nature • The ‘critical juncture’ began in the 1960 & 1970s when Korea pursued electronics and later telecommunic


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Title Development of e-government in South Korea
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Lee, Young Beom

Author(Korean)

이영범

Publisher

[Seoul] : Konkuk University

Date 2013-07
Event

Knowledge Sharing Program(KSP) Dissemination Seminar

Event [Seminar] Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) Dissemination Seminar
Series Title; No Thematic Sessions(Information Technology(IT))
Pages 33
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Government and Law < Governance
Holding KDI; KDI School
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