Investigating the effect of participation-limiting structures on outcomes of e-democracy systems (Research in Progress)
Modern information systems provide a technical foundation for greater participation of citizens in the agenda-setting and decision-making processes of government. Information systems researchers and designers will need to address a number of issues to design IS applications for the effective functioning of evolving forms of democracy. This paper identifies a research agenda at the intersection of information systems research, economics and political science research and avenues for information systems researchers to contribute to the research agenda.
Sharma, R. (2011). Investigating the effect of participation-limiting structures on outcomes of e-democracy systems (Research in Progress). PACIS 2011: 15th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems: Quality Research in Pacific (pp. 1-7). Queensland: Queensland University of Technology.