The Routledge Handbook of Collective Intelligence for Democracy and Governance explores the concepts, methodologies, and implications of collective intelligence for democratic governance, in the ﬁrst comprehensive survey of this field.
Illustrated by a collection of inspiring case studies and edited by three pioneers in collective intelligence, this handbook serves as a unique primer on the science of collective intelligence applied to public challenges and will inspire public actors, academics, students, and activists across the world to apply collective intelligence in policymaking and administration to explore its potential, both to foster policy innovations and reinvent democracy.
The Routledge Handbook of Collective Intelligence for Democracy and Governance
is essential reading and an authoritative reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners of public policy, public administration, governance, public management, information technology and systems, innovation and democracy as well as more broadly for political science, psychology, management studies, public organizations and individual policy practitioners, public authorities, civil society activists and service providers.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
part 1|141 pages
chapter 1|28 pages chapter 4|8 pages chapter 5|30 pages
Measuring the effect of collective intelligence processes that leverage participation and deliberation
part 2|10 pages
Reinventing democracy: New modes of representation
chapter 8|7 pages chapter 9|9 pages chapter 10|6 pages chapter 11|9 pages chapter 12|12 pages chapter 13|20 pages chapter 14|12 pages part 3|10 pages
Eliciting citizen knowledge for collective intelligence as a public good
chapter 15|5 pages chapter 16|7 pages chapter 17|7 pages chapter 18|12 pages part 4|12 pages
Reinventing public administration: New modes of collaboration
chapter 19|7 pages chapter 22|7 pages chapter 23|7 pages chapter 24|6 pages chapter 25|13 pages part 5|8 pages
Social innovation and bottom-up power
chapter 26|7 pages chapter 28|6 pages chapter 29|6 pages chapter 30|9 pages part 6|9 pages
Reimagining international governance
chapter 31|6 pages chapter 33|8 pages chapter 34|6 pages chapter 35|7 pages part 7|10 pages
Collective intelligence, technology, and collective consciousness
chapter 38|10 pages chapter 40|8 pages
Using political bots and artificial intelligence to facilitate the interaction between citizens and lawmakers
chapter 41|12 pages chapter 42|6 pages part |12 pages