Abstract – AOCRJ-V2I2P1

The Impact of Adopting E-Government on Reduce Administrative Corruption:
Empirical Evidence from Kuwait’s Public Sector

Dr.Ahmad AL-Hussaini
Public Authority of Applied Education and Training Collage of Business, Kuwait
Dr.Naser N. M. AL-Mutairi
Public Authority of Applied Education and Training Collage of Business, Kuwait
Dr.Shebiab Fahad Thuwaini
Public Authority of Applied Education and Training Collage of Business, Kuwait

Abstract:
The importance of this study comes from the importance of the subject. Many countries, and especially Kuwait, suffer more or less from the problem of administrative corruption, which affects different aspects of life in the state’s social, economic and political corruption. It hinders development and destroys institutions, disrupts development and reduces the chance of attracting investment into the country. Also, it helps to drain capital from state enterprises abroad, which disrupts and destroys the state’s plans to become a financial centre. The goal for the study is to answer the main question of e-government limits on administrative corruption. The study found that a bias and favouritism for groups and individuals, which are instrumental in the forefront of the prevalent forms of corruption in government, firmly agree with the nature of Kuwaiti society. Where previous studies have found that a tribal society onfigures the features and patterns of corruption, this study has found that the transition toe-government places limits on the intervention of individuals. Thus it reduces, if not eliminates, many kinds of corruption related to individual emotion through favouritism, nepotism and bribery.

Keywords: Business Environment, Working Women, Quality-Driven Organization, Gender Bias and Discrimination

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