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Análisis Del Índice De Desarrollo Del Gobierno Electrónico En Cuba Y Su Comparación Con Distintas Regiones Y Países

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  • Alejandro de Armas Suárez
  • Roberto de Armas Urquiza
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    Se realiza un estudio comparado del grado de desarrollo del gobierno electrónico en distintas regiones y países del mundo, dedicándole una atención particular al caso Cuba. Para ello se utiliza el Índice de desarrollo de gobierno electrónico (IDGE) establecido por las Naciones Unidas. A partir de los componentes del IDGE que son, el índice de servicios en línea (ISL), el índice de infraestructura de telecomunicaciones (IIT) y el índice de capital humano (ICH), el trabajo realiza un estudio detallado de la situación en que se encuentra el gobierno electrónico en Cuba, a partir de los servicios en línea que se brindan a través del análisis de las páginas web del gobierno y los principales ministerios.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 156 (October)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2011:i:156:8
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