Governo eletrônico e seu relacionamento com o desenvolvimento econômico e humano: um estudo comparativo internacional
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Although several scientific papers and reports correlate features of electronic government with economic and human development, empirical studies that prove these correlations are scarce, pointing a gap that this article sought to fill. For this aiming, this research employed a deductive and objective approach from which a quantitative strategy was derived. In short, it was found that the highest rates of electronic government are concentrated in developed countries of Europe, classified as high income and very high human development, although there are important exceptions, such as South Korea and Singapore. It was also found that the most significant correlation with per capita income variables are given with E-Government Development Index (EGDI) and the least with e-participation. Moreover, it was found that the most significant associations with regard to human development indicators are given to the Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI).