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E-Voting Solutions for Digital Democracy in Knowledge Society


  • Marian STOICA
  • Bogdan GHILIC-MICU


Emergent technologies specific to current information and knowledge society, and social networks influence every aspect of our existence, from lucrative activities to recreational ones. There is no part of our life that is not influenced by the explosive development of general information and communication technologies. We witness a spectacular and until recently unimagined metamorphoses of work nature, business process reengineering, controversial evolution of social networks and new directions of electronic government. Over this background of changes, we take on the tasks of deepening the understanding of field that is largely unexplored, namely the electronic vote in digital democracy, without taking any side, pro or against this type of casting our electoral options. The current context encompasses technological, legislative, political, economic and social aspects. Even more, the context of electronic voting in digital democracy involves aspects regarding globalization, technical challenges concerning interoperability, data standardization and security.

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  • Marian STOICA & Bogdan GHILIC-MICU, 2016. "E-Voting Solutions for Digital Democracy in Knowledge Society," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 20(3), pages 55-65.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:20:y:2016:i:3:p:55-65

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    1. Vasile-Daniel Păvăloaia & Mircea Radu Georgescu & Daniela Popescul & Laura-Diana Radu, 2019. "ESD for Public Administration: An Essential Challenge for Inventing the Future of Our Society," Sustainability, MDPI, vol. 11(3), pages 1-27, February.


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