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E-government applications are being implemented in various developing countries under the promise of accelerating development processes. The initiatives are driven by the promised power of ICTs, which governments try to draw upon to modernize their functioning and to offer better services to the citizens. Further, these initiatives tend to be driven by the policies of international donor agencies that often impose such initiatives as a condition for aid. In this thesis, it is argued that these initiatives tend to be implemented within an economic development perspective that tends to marginalize concerns of the human well-beingĀ 

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