Transforming Not Digitizing. Germany’s Path to Digital Democracy

New Discussion Paper by Laura-Kristine Krause

Summary

Laura-Kristine Krause lays out four paths towards implementing and seizing the opportunities of digital democracy in Germany.

In this Discussion Paper Laura-Kristine Krause addresses the source of this paradox and offers a concept of digital democracy as a combination of the dimensions information, participation and transformation.

In urging to see digitalisation as a process reaching beyond the digitalisation of former analogue processes, it lays out four paths towards implementing and seising the opportunities of digital democracy in Germany.

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Laura-Kristine Krause

Head of Programme | Future of Democracy
About Laura Laura Krause led the Future of Democracy program area at Das Progressive Zentrum from 2017 to 2018. Previously, she was a senior associate at the strategy consulting firm Bernstein Public Policy and a policy fellow associated with the…
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Laura-Kristine Krause

Head of Programme | Future of Democracy

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