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000265695 245__ $$aDelegative Democracy
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000265695 336__ $$aWorking Papers
000265695 520__ $$aDelegative democracy is a new paradigm for democratic organization which emphasizes individually chosen vote transfers ("delegation") over mass election. Delegative democracy combines the best elements of direct and representative democracy by replacing artificially imposed representation structures with an adaptive structure founded on real personal and group trust relationships. Delegative democracy empowers individuals and encourages widespread direct participation in a democratic organization, without unduly burdening or disenfranchising those members who, for lack of time, interest, or knowledge, would prefer to take a more passive role.
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000265695 6531_ $$ademocracy, delegation, liquid democracy, direct democracy, proxy voting
000265695 700__ $$0249220$$aFord, Bryan Alexander$$g257875
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000265695 909C0 $$zGrolimund, Raphael$$xU13061$$pDEDIS$$mkarine.delvert@epfl.ch$$0252572
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