Existe-t-il une fracture numérique dans l'usage de l'administration en ligne ?
AbstractThis article studies e-Government uses in order to determine if, among Internet users, e-administration services benefit to specific categories of the population. From individual French data (insee ) and controlling for the selection bias related to Internet use, we show that among Internet users, those who use relatively more e-administration benefit from social transfers Revenues have no effect on the conditional probability of e-government demand. These results indicate that the digital divide is not doubled by a fracture related to income. In contrast, we show that there is a fracture related to computer skills and level of training. Classification JEL : H83, D12, D73
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Volume (Year): 62 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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