Public Perception and the Role of E-Government Services in the Housing Market of Bangladesh

Md. Shanzid Ahmed

Department of Public Administration, Sichuan University, China.

Muhammad Al-Amin *

Institute of South Asian Studies, Sichuan University, China.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

This study followed qualitative and quantitative approaches, and data was collected through secondary and primary sources. This research found that 71.80 per cent of the respondents know E-government services. 28.20 per cent of the respondents do not have. 63.50 per cent of the respondents took benefits from E-Government services. Bangladesh's E-Government plays a vital role in improving the housing market sector, and 51.9 per cent of the respondents said that the housing market sector is improving n Bangladesh. 82.7 per cent of the respondent's interest in the housing market. 28.8 per cent of the respondents said it still takes less time to use the services 40.4 of the respondents said it takes a long time. The authors tried to examine the impact of Bangladesh's E-Government on Bangladesh's property markets and determine the potential consequences or repercussions. Finally, this research gives some recommendations based on the study survey, such as Online connectivity from the city to the village level is critical for gaining internet knowledge and engaging in E-Governance activities. No one can use the government online portal for personal activities if they do not have access to the internet. In Bangladesh, it is difficult for the government to deliver internet access to rural areas promptly. As a result, the government should promote private enterprises to offer low-cost internet access to the people so that the peasants may access the internet. Government should take care of that.

Keywords: E-Government, housing, housing finance, housing market


How to Cite

Ahmed , Md. Shanzid, and Muhammad Al-Amin. 2023. “Public Perception and the Role of E-Government Services in the Housing Market of Bangladesh”. South Asian Journal of Social Studies and Economics 18 (1):18-24. https://doi.org/10.9734/sajsse/2023/v18i1647.

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