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Nov 19, 2021

New book chapter on e-voting


Dandoy Régis (2021). An analysis of electronic voting in Belgium: Do voters behave differently when facing a machine? In: Caluwaerts D., Reuchamps M. (eds.) Belgian Exceptionalism. Belgian Politics between Realism and Surrealism. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 44-58.

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New book chapter : An analysis of electronic voting in Belgium: Do voters behave differently when facing a machine?

Teaser: In 1991, Belgium was one of the first countries to test on-site electronic voting (e-voting) for political elections.1 Since then, the country has continuously used e-voting in all of its binding elections (from the local to the European ones). In addition, this implementation has been scattered around the country as some municipalities used e-voting while other (sometimes neighboring) municipali- ties used paper voting. These three elements – continuity over almost 30 years, use for all binding elections and implementation in only some municipalities – make the Belgian case of e-voting unique worldwide.

You can download the book chapter (for free) here.


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