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Przeciwdziałanie korupcji za pomocą nowoczesnych technologii – analiza skuteczności rozwiązań e-government
 
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Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska
AUTOR DO KORESPONDENCJI
Stanisław Cichocki   

Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska
Data nadesłania: 20-09-2020
Data ostatniej rewizji: 27-01-2021
Data akceptacji: 16-06-2021
Data publikacji: 30-09-2021
 
GNPJE 2021;307(3):97–124
 
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KODY KLASYFIKACJI JEL
STRESZCZENIE
Artykuł podejmuje problematykę korupcji i metod jej przeciwdziałania. Celem jest odpowiedź na pytanie, czy zastosowanie w administracji publicznej technologii informacyjnych, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem Internetu, przyczynia się do ograniczenia postrzegania korupcji w danym kraju. Na podstawie literatury zidentyfikowano determinanty korupcji w aspektach: politycznym, gospodarczym i kulturowym. W celu weryfikacji postawionej hipotezy, dotyczącej wpływu rozwoju usług internetowych świadczonych przez państwo na poziom postrzeganej korupcji, przeprowadzono badanie empiryczne z wykorzystaniem danych panelowych dla 129 krajów za lata 2008–2019. Jest to najdłuższy okres, dla którego możliwe jest wykorzystanie aktualnych danych. Uzyskane wyniki potwierdzają skuteczność e‑government jako narzędzia przeciwdziałania korupcji. W artykule zwrócono również uwagę na ograniczenia związane z rozwojem usług elektronicznych w administracji, które wynikają w głównej mierze z barier edukacyjnych i infrastrukturalnych, ale także z dopiero rozwijającego się popytu na takie usługi.
 
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