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|Title:||Factors influencing user acceptance of public sector big open data|
|Keywords:||Big open data;Public sector;Use;Operations;Supply chains|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Citation:||Production Planning and Control, (2017)|
|Abstract:||In recent years Government departments and public/private organizations are becoming increasingly transparent with their data to establish the whole new paradigm of big open data. Increasing research interest arises from the claimed usability of big open data in improving public sector reforms, facilitating innovation, improving supplier and distribution networks and creating resilient supply chains that help improve the efficiency of public services. Despite the advantages of big open data for supply chain and operations management, there is severe shortage of empirical analyses in this field, especially with regards to its acceptance. To address this gap, in this paper we use an extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to empirically examine the factors affecting users’ behavioural intentions towards public sector big open data. We outline the importance of our model for operations and supply chain managers, the limitations of the study, and future research directions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Brunel Business School Research Papers|
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