E-Government And E-Finance On African Countries

Indrawati Yuhertiana, Wilma Cordelia Izaak, Johan Arifin

The paper aims to review the implementation of electronic government in African countries related the revolution of government service to increase public welfare. The research focused on the accessibility of financial information or financial report of nations. The study used a systematic literature review to observe all of digital publication especially on academic database. We employ the systematic literature review methodological approach, adopting the “Antecedents-Phenomenon-Consequences” theoretical framework as a guide. Consistent with this framework, we identify and categorize studies in the academic literature that have discussed the transparency on African countries related the implementation of e government. Our review is based on 41 research publications, selected based on the relevance of their findings and their underlying arguments. We then categorized each piece’s findings and arguments into themes and sub-themes. We find evidence that there is success and failed story of e-government implementation in Africa. As UN give a fund to help elevate the e-procurement in the African government. This review of the literature offers value to both academia and practice, by providing both insights into what has already been studied with respect to the internationalization of e finance e-government and a guide for future research in e-finance and the financial statement transparency.

Volume 12 | 06-Special Issue

Pages: 184-204

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP6/SP20201023