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Democratic innovations designing institutions for citizen participation

By: Smith, Graham, 1966-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Theories of institutional design. Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2009Description: ix,220p. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521514774.Subject(s): Political participation | Direct democracy | Legislation -- Citizen participation | Budget -- Citizen participation | Internet -- Political aspectsDDC classification: 323.042
Contents:
Studying democratic innovations : an analytical framework -- Popular assemblies : from New England town meetings to participatory budgeting -- Mini-publics : assemblies by random selection -- Direct legislation : direct democracy through the ballot box -- E-democracy : the promise of information and communication technology -- Realising the goods of democratic institutions.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-216) and index.

Studying democratic innovations : an analytical framework -- Popular assemblies : from New England town meetings to participatory budgeting -- Mini-publics : assemblies by random selection -- Direct legislation : direct democracy through the ballot box -- E-democracy : the promise of information and communication technology -- Realising the goods of democratic institutions.

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