The Internet, Public Policy and Political Science: Collective Action, Governance and Citizen-Government Interactions in the Digital Era

Project Date: 
Apr 2011 - Apr 2014

We are currently engaged in a three-year research programme on The Internet, Public Policy and Political Science: Collective Action, Governance and Citizen-Government Interactions in the Digital Era, which started 1st April 2011.

More information about this project is available in the OII press release, and project description page.

This research programme aims to assess where political science understanding, knowledge and theory should be re-examined and developed in light of widespread use of the Internet, and to develop methodologies to study online behaviour.

Outputs (ongoing)

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