The politics of digital age governance

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SCHNEIDER, Volker, 2020. The politics of digital age governance. In: DUTTON, William H., ed.. A Research Agenda for Digital Politics. Cheltenham:Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 84-96. ISBN 978-1-78990-308-9. Available under: doi: 10.4337/9781789903096.00018

@incollection{Schneider2020polit-50078, title={The politics of digital age governance}, year={2020}, doi={10.4337/9781789903096.00018}, isbn={978-1-78990-308-9}, address={Cheltenham}, publisher={Edward Elgar Publishing}, series={Elgar research agendas}, booktitle={A Research Agenda for Digital Politics}, pages={84--96}, editor={Dutton, William H.}, author={Schneider, Volker} }

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