KSG navigation to KSG and Harvard

 

 

E-Rulemaking
Papers & Reports

Reports

Stuart W. Shulman, The Internet Still Might (but Probably Won't) Change Everything: Stakeholder Views on the Future of Electronic Rulemaking (2004)

Cary Coglianese, E-Rulemaking: Information Technology and Regulatory Policy, Regulatory Policy Program Report No. RPP-05 (2004)

Lisa Thrane, E-Rulemaking Agency Representatives Focus Group Report (October, 2003)

Lisa Thrane, E-Rulemaking Interest Group Representatives Focus Group Report (October, 2003)

Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Electronic Dockets: Use of Information Technology in Rulemaking and Adjudication, Report to the Administrative Conference of the United States (October 19, 1995)

Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Federal Agency Electronic Records Management and Archives, Report Prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States (December 1, 1990).

Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Electronic Acquisition And Release of Federal Agency Information, Report Prepared for the Administrative Conference of the United States (October 1, 1988).

Papers

Devin M. Ceartas, "Thoughts on E-Rulemaking" (June 2004).

Beth Simone Noveck, "The Electronic Revolution in Rulemaking," Emory Law Journal (2004).

Peter L. Strauss, "The ABA Ad Law Section's E Rulemaking Survey," Administrative and Regulatory Law News (Spring 2004).

Michael Herz,"E-Rulemaking," in Jeffrey S. Lubbers, ed., Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2002-2003 (ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, 2004).

Cary Coglianese, "Information Technology and Regulatory Policy: New Directions for Digital Government Research," Social Science Computer Review (2004).

Barry Solomon and Ying Han, "Web-Based Environmental Regulatory Updates: A 50-State Survey," ChemAlliance.org (February 4, 2004).

Stuart W. Shulman, Lisa Thrane, & Mack C. Shelley, "eRulemaking," Handbook of Public Information Systems, 2nd ed. (December, 2003)

Michael B. Gerrard and Michael Herz, "Harnessing Information Technology to Improve the Environmental Impact Review Process," NYU Environmental Law Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1 (October, 2003).

Stuart Shulman, "eRulemaking: Issues in Current Research & Practice" (2003).

Shawn Kerrigan and Kincho H. Law, "Logic-Based Regulation Compliance-Assistance," Submitted to the Ninth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2003), June 24-28, 2003, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, (June 2003).

Shawn Kerrigan, Charles Heenan, Haoyi Wang, Kincho H. Law, and Gio Wiederhold,"Regulatory Information Management and Compliance Assistance," Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government Research, Boston, MA, (May 2003).

Thomas C. Beierle, "Discussing the Rules: Electronic Rulemaking and Democratic Deliberation," Resources for the Future (April, 2003).

Barbara H. Brandon and Robert D. Carlitz, "Online Rulemaking and Other Tools for Strengthening our Civic Infrastructure," Administrative Law Review (2003).

Cary Coglianese, "The Internet and Public Participation in Rulemaking," Regulatory Policy Program Working Paper RPP-2003-05. Cambridge, MA: Center for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2003).

Robert W. Hahn & Robert E. Litan, "Recommendations for Improving Regulatory Accountability and Transparency," (March 2003).

Robert W. Hahn & Mary Beth Muething, "The Grand Experiment in Regulatory Reporting," (March 2003).

Robert D. Carlitz and Rosemary W. Gunn, "Once in a Lifetime: Opportunities for Civic Engagement" (February 10, 2003)

Robert D. Carlitz and Rosemary W. Gunn, "Online Rulemaking: Next Steps" (February 1, 2003)

Jane Fountain, "Prospects for Improving the Regulatory Process Using E-Rulemaking," Communications of the ACM 46:63 (January 2003)

Eduard Hovy, "e-Rulemaking: Research Problems for IT," (January 2003).

Boris Katz, Roger Hurwitz, Jimmy J. Lin and Ozlem Uzuner, "Better Public Policy Through Natural Language Information Access," MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (2003).

Gloria T. Lau, Kincho H. Law and Gio Wiederhold, "Similarity Analysis on Government Regulations," (2003).

Stuart W. Shulman, David Schlosberg, Steve Zavestoski and David Courard-Hauri, "Electronic Rulemaking: A Public Participation Research Agenda for the Social Sciences," (2003).

Stuart W. Shulman, "An Experiment in Digital Government at the United States National Organic Program," (2003).

Christopher Weare and J. Woody Stanley, "The Effects of Internet Use on Political Participation: Evidence from Agency Online Discussion Forum," (2003).

Gio Wiederhold and Kincho Law, "IT Support for e-Rulemaking," Stanford University (2003).

Stephen Zavestoski, Stuart W. Shulman and David Schlosberg, "Democracy and the Environment on the Internet: Electronic Citizen Participation in Regulatory Rulemaking," (2003).

Genie N. L. Stowers, "The State of Federal Websites: The Pursuit of Excellence," (August, 2002).

Robert D. Carlitz and Rosemary W. Gunn, "Online Rulemaking: A Step Toward E-Governance," Government Information Quarterly, 19:389-405 (June, 2002)

Elena Larsen & Lee Rainie, "The Rise of the E-Citizen: How People Use Government Agencies' Web Sites," Pew Internet and American Life Project (April 3, 2002).

Jeffrey S. Lubbers, "The Future of Electronic Rulemaking: A Research Agenda," Regulatory Policy Program Working Paper RPP-2002-04. Cambridge, MA: Center for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2002).

Stuart W. Shulman and David Schlosberg, "Electronic Rulemaking: New Frontiers in Public Participation," (2002).

Stephen Zavestoski and Stuart W. Shulman, "The Internet and Environmental Decision Making," (2002).

JoAnne Holman and Michael A. McGregor, "'Thank You for Taking the Time to Read This:' Public Participation via New Communication Technologies at the FCC," Journalism & Communication Monographs Vol. 2 (4), (Winter 2001): 158-202.

Stuart W. Shulman, "Citizen Agenda-Setting: The Electronic Collection and Synthesis Of Public Commentary in the Regulatory Rulemaking Process," (2001).

Peter L. Strauss, "Recommendations on Government Development of Internet Use," prepared for the Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section of the American Bar Association, (February 2001).

Keith B. Belton, "What if Everyone Were a Policy Analyst?" Regulation (Fall, 2000).

Robert W. Hahn, How Changes in the Federal Register Can Help Improve Regulatory Accountability, September 1998, subsequently published in volume 52 of the Administrative Law Review (2000).

John O'Looney, "Electronic Policy and Rulemaking" (2000).

Stuart W. Shulman, "Citizen Agenda-Setting, Digital Government, and the National Organic Program," (2000).

Michele Ferenz and Colin Rule. "RULENET: An Experiment in Online Consensus Building." The Consensus Building Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Reaching Agreement. Ed. Lawrence Susskind, Sarah McKearnan and Jennifer Thomas-Larmer. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., (1999). 879-898.

Stephen Johnson, "The Internet Changes Everything: Revolutionizing Public Participation and Access to Government Information through the Internet," Administrative Law Review 50: 277 (1998).

Henry H. Perritt, Jr., "Electronic Freedom of Information," 50 Administrative Law Review 391 (1998).

 

Copyright 2004 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Reporting copyright infringements
.