Weak democracy, strong information the role of information technology in the rulemaking process
University of Pennsylvania. Law School
New England Law Library Consortium.
Berkeley Electronic Press
Record modified: 2011-09-08
Record created: 2008-07-29
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"Feburary 2007"--p. 3.; "A revised version of this paper is forthcoming in Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger and David Lazer, eds., From Electronic Government to Information Government: Governing in the 21st Century (MIT Press)."--p. 3; "Suggestion citation: Cary Coglianese, "Weak Democracy, Strong Information: The Role of Information Technology in the Rulemaking Process" (February 6, 2007). University of Pennsylvania Law School. Scholarship at Penn Law. Paper 142."--NELLCO title screen; Includes bibliographical references.; Harvested from the web on 4/25/07
Administrative procedure--United States
Internet in public administration--United States
Information technology--Government policy--United States
OCLC No.: 150483760
Is part of: Scholarship at Penn Law ; Paper 142
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