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)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Telecommunication, Federal Communications Commission, United States