e-rulemaking, electronic rulemaking, telecommunications, Federal Communications Commission, FCC
This paper analyzes how electronic rulemaking is affecting the propensity of interest groups to file comments and replies at the Federal Communications Commission. The paper shows that exogenous events and a handful of issues drive filing behavior. Implications of the analysis are discussed.
John M. de Figueiredo, When Do Interest Groups Use Electronic Rulemaking?, in eRulemaking at the Crossroads 19-20 (2006) (7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research)