Archon Fung

Archon Fung

Winthrop Laflin McCormack Professor of Citizenship and Self-Government
Director, Ash Center's Democratic Governance Programs
Chief of Party and Principal Investigator, Transparency for Development
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Research Interests

Impacts of civic participation, public deliberation, and transparency upon public and private governance; Democracy; ecosystem management, toxics reduction, endangered species protection, local governance, and international labor standards

Related Publications

"How Much Disagreement is Good for Democratic Deliberation" (Archon Fung, Kevin Esterling and Taeku Lee, Political Communication, 2015).

"Putting the Public Back Into Governance: The Challenges of Citizen Participation and Its Future" (Archon Fung, Public Administration Review, 2015).

"Does Transparency Improve Governance" (Archon Fung and Stephen Kosack, Review of Political Science Vol. 17: 65-87, 2014).

"Targeting Transparency" Archon Fung, David Weil, and Mary Graham, Science Magazine Vol. 340, No. 6139 1410-11, 2013).

"Infotopia: Unleashing the Power of Democratic Transparency" (Achon Fung, Politics and Society Vol. 41: 183-212 (2013).

"Six Models of Internet+Politics" (Archon Fung, Jennifer Shkabatur, and Hollie Russon Gilman, International Studies Review Vol. 15: 30-47, 2013).

"Continuous Institutional Innovation and the Pragmatic Conception of Democracy" (ARchon Fung, Polity Vol. 44, No. 4: 609-624, 2012).



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