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Panel Discussion
E-Rulemaking:
New Directions for Information
Technology and Regulation

National Conference on
Digital Government Research
Boston, Massachusetts
May 20, 2003

This panel at dg.o2003, the National Conference on Digital Government Research, shared the key themes that emerged from the Harvard e-rulemaking workshops with the larger digital government research community and discussed the major challenges for future research on e-rulemaking.

For further materials, including a QuickTime video summary of the panel, click here and follow links to "Panels" and "E-Rulemaking."

Presentations

Cary Coglianese, "E-Rulemaking: New Directions for IT and Regulation"

Eduard Hovy, "eRulemaking: Research Opportunities in Natural Language Processing," DGRC Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California

Kincho H. Law, "Compliance Assistance Tools and E-Rulemaking," Stanford University

Elizabeth D. Liddy, "30 Applications of Information Technology to E-Rulemaking," Syracuse University

Beth Noveck, "Democracy Design Workshop: Ideas for Democratic Action," New York Law School

Peter M. Shane, "Online Deliberation Tools and Electronic Rulemaking," Carnegie Mellon

Sue Stendebach, "EPA's E-Rulemaking Role," EPA & NSF

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