Hudson (2018) - When Does Public Participation Make a Difference? Evidence From Iceland's Crowdsourced Constitution

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Hudson, Alexander (2018): „When Does Public Participation Make a Difference? Evidence From Iceland’s Crowdsourced Constitution“. In: Policy & Internet 10(2), pp. 185–217.

Problem

  • did the participation by citizens in the drafting of a new constitution of Iceland have any impact on the draft?

Method

  • by which method were the findings obtained

Summary

  • the core finding and any kind of noteworthy details
  • possibly supported by citations (sparingly used)