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Crowdlaw

Incorporating Reality into Social Choice

Ehud Shapiro Nimrod Talmon

Objective Participation

Inclusive Constitution-Making: The Icelandic Experiment

Hélène Landemore

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Crowd Sourced Legislation and Politics: The Legitimacy of Constitutional Deliberation in Romania

Sergiu Gherghina Sergiu Miscoiu

Methodology Case Studies
Objective Legitimacy

Evaluating E-Rulemaking: Public Participation and Political Institutions

Stuart M. Benjamin

Methodology Case Studies

Foundations of e-Democracy

Ehud Shapiro

Methodology Conceptual Framework
Objective Participation

Does Crowdsourcing Legislation Increase Political Legitimacy? The Case of Avoin Ministeri in Finland

Henrik Serup Christensen Maija Karjalainen Laura Nurminen

Methodology Survey

Notes on the creation and impacts of Brazil’s Internet Bill of Rights

Ronaldo Lemos Carlos Affonso Souza Fabro Steibel

Methodology Case Studies
Objective Participation

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A Condorcet-Consistent Democratic Budgeting Algorithm

Ehud Shapiro Nimrod Talmon

Objective Participation

Towards a Taxonomy of Crowd-Civic Systems

Marta Poblet

Methodology Conceptual Framework
Objective Participation

The Fundamentals of Policy Crowdsourcing

John Prpić Araz Taeihagh James Melton

Methodology Conceptual Framework

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Crowdsourced Deliberation: The Case of the Law on Off-Road Traffic in Finland

Tanja Aitamurto Hélène Landemore

Objective Participation

Crowdsourcing Government: Lessons from Multiple Disciplines

Helen Liu

Constitutional Conventions in the Digital Era: Lessons from Iceland and Ireland

Silvia Suteu

The Electronic Revolution in Rulemaking

Beth Simone Noveck

Methodology Conceptual Framework