Main Subjects : Management of government institutions and private sector projects


The role of E-government Readiness In Enhancing Institutional Performance: A Case ‎Study In The Nineveh Governorate Bureau

Abdullah Hashim Alaarajy; Thaeir A. S. Ahmed Al-Samman

TANMIYAT AL-RAFIDAIN, 2021, Volume 40, Issue 132, Pages 9-36
DOI: 10.33899/tanra.2021.129355.1070

Abstract
The current study verified the impact of E-government readiness on The ‎Institutional Performance and the extent of the relationship between these two ‎variables, and the choice of the Nineveh Governorate Bureau as a field for research, as ‎the study aims to show the role of E-government Readiness in enhancing Institutional ‎Performance, and to show the interest of the researched institution (Nineveh ‎Governorate Bureau) With these two variables, and knowing the level of employee ‎feeling in the researched institution about the extent of availability of the E-‎government Readiness dimensions, and the extent of their agreement on its role in ‎enhancing the performance of the researched institution, as the questionnaire form was ‎adopted in collecting data, as this form included paragraphs related to the study ‎variables, The study was applied on a random sample of (247) individuals represented ‎by employees in the Nineveh Governorate Bureau, and the data collected was ‎strengthened by personal interviews with some leaders and employees in the ‎researched institution who are related to the subject of the study to ensure correctness, ‎comprehensiveness and objectivity The data collected from the researched institution, ‎and the study relied on the analytical descriptive approach, and a number of statistical ‎methods were used. The most important results are: The presence of a positive impact ‎of E-government Readiness on Institutional Performance‏.‏

Evaluation of Research, Journals, and Universities in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region According to the Scimago Classification of Administration and Economics Specializations: A Comparative Study with Neighboring Countries

Zeravan Abdulmuhsen Asaad; Bayar Marane

TANMIYAT AL-RAFIDAIN, 2021, Volume 40, Issue 132, Pages 445-484
DOI: 10.33899/tanra.2021.131769.1148

The aim of study is to determine the level of researchers, the quality of published research, and the quality of journals in the fields of administration and economics, using indicators from the Scimago journal and country Rank (SJR) and the Scimago Institutions Rankings (SIR), which is based on the Scopus database of the Dutch publishing house Elsevier for Iraq in comparison to neighboring countries (Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Jordan and Syria) in terms of the number of published research, total citations, citations per publication which reflects the quality of scientific research and refereed scientific journals for three different time periods, including for a period of (24) years over the period (1996-2020) and for a period of (18) years after the year (2002) and for the year (2020) only, and the number of academic journals and universities classified for the year (2021) for Iraq using the descriptive and quantitative method of academic journals over the period (1996-2020). The study concludes that, with the exception of Syria, research output, academic journals, and universities in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region fall behind neighboring nations. Also, this study suggests that higher education and educational authorities should update regulations and directions to motivate Iraqi researchers and universities to publish according to the prominent databases such as Scopus.

The Implications of Dimensions of E-Government Readiness in Achieving Sustainable ‎Development: A case study in the Nineveh Governorate Bureau

Abdullah Hashim Alaarajy; Thaeir A. S. Ahmed Al-Samman

TANMIYAT AL-RAFIDAIN, 2021, Volume 40, Issue 131, Pages 137-160
DOI: 10.33899/tanra.2021.129354.1069

The study aims to show the role of e-government through its dimensions in achieving ‎sustainable development, and the extent of the interest of the researched ‎institution (the Nineveh Governorate Bureau) in these two variables, and to know the ‎level of feeling of employees in the researched institution to the extent of availability ‎of E-Government Readiness Dimensions, and the extent of their agreement on its role ‎in Achieving sustainable development, and the Nineveh Governorate Bureau was ‎chosen as a field for research and it included a random sample of the bureau’s ‎employees, as the questionnaire form and personal interviews were approved in ‎collecting data, and the questionnaire form included phrases related to the study ‎variables, and (247) electronic forms were collected. Personal interviews were ‎conducted with some leaders and employees in the researched institution who are ‎related to the subject of the study to ensure the comprehensiveness and objectivity of ‎the data collected from the researched institution, and the study relied on the ‎descriptive and analytical approach, and a number of statistical tools were used, as the ‎study reached a group Among the most important results are: the existence of a ‎correlation and positive impact of the dimensions of E-Government Readiness in ‎achieving Sustainable Development.‎