Internet's impact on expert-citizen interactions in public policymaking - A meta analysis

@article{Yang2010InternetsIO,
  title={Internet's impact on expert-citizen interactions in public policymaking - A meta analysis},
  author={Lihua Yang and G. Zhiyong Lan},
  journal={Gov. Inf. Q.},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={431-441}
}
  • Lihua Yang, G. Zhiyong Lan
  • Published in Gov. Inf. Q. 2010
  • Computer Science, Sociology, Economics
  • Abstract This article studies the internet's impact on expert–citizen interactions in the process of public policymaking. It examines a possible solution to a classical democratic dilemma of citizens' right to participate versus citizens' ability to participate. Through a meta-analysis of the past studies on internet's impact on citizen participation in public policy making, the authors find that the internet has successfully reduced resource difference between policy experts and the citizens… CONTINUE READING

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