Essays about: "E-voting"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 8 essays containing the word E-voting.

  1. 1. THE DEMOCRATIC CHAIN. Blockchain in the Context of Swedish Electoral Pro-cesses: Applying a Need-Solution Pairing approach with a lens of Legitimacy.

    University essay from Institutionen för tillämpad informationsteknologi

    Author : Juan Gonzalez; Mikael Tuncay; [2023-11-20]
    Keywords : Blockchain; Elections; Digitalization; Need-solution pairing; Legitimacy; E-voting; Fraud; Agile;

    Abstract : Blockchain has been studied extensively in the literature regarding its plausible application on a series of fields. In the same line, the application of Blockchain for public electoral processes has begun to be a matter of study in recent years. READ MORE

  2. 2. Investigating the Security of End-to-End and Blockchain-based Electronic Voting Systems : A Comparative Literature Review

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Informationssystem

    Author : Malin Lindmark; Asima-Asja Salihovic; [2022]
    Keywords : E-voting; electronic voting; blockchain-based voting systems; End-to-End voting systems; e-voting security;

    Abstract : Digitalization has led to the development of electronic voting systems, which in turn influences electoral integrity. Since the fairness of elections plays such an important part for democracy, the security aspects that keep an election's integrity and fairness are of great importance and thus, is the objective of this research. READ MORE

  3. 3. Wine, climate, and institutions : exploring the role of endogenous institutional change on climate resilience with agent-based modelling

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Matteo Bruno Ricozzi; [2021]
    Keywords : adaptation; agent-based; change; climate change; cooperatives; endogenous; geographical indications; institutions; modelling; resilience; viticulture;

    Abstract : The literature highlights how climate change might challenge the definitions of wine geographical indications (GIs) in Europe. The central issue addressed in this thesis is whether European GI viticultural systems could tackle climate change via initiating adaptive institutional change processes to relax the constraints imposed by GI production standards. READ MORE

  4. 4. Towards Realizing Digital Voting: Assessing Readiness of Blockchain Enabled Voting

    University essay from Luleå tekniska universitet/Digitala tjänster och system

    Author : Elias Lundmark; Jan Niia; [2020]
    Keywords : E-voting; Digital voting; Blockchain; Blockchain enabled voting; Technology readiness;

    Abstract : Voting and general elections serves as a cornerstone of modern democracies as it is through this process that the public makes their political positions heard and collectively elect leaders. While many parts of governments across the world are focusing heavily on digitization, voting is one area that remains offline and analog in many developed countries. READ MORE

  5. 5. E-voting systems : Swedish citizens perception for a future implementation

    University essay from

    Author : Sumejja Duric; Hanin Talal; Hjördis Harzdorf; [2019]
    Keywords : e-voting; e-governance; e-participation; security; Swedish citizens;

    Abstract : Today’s digitalized society sees constant change and development. Revolutionary and otherwise controversial inventions are now considered conventional. Sweden is one of the most technologically developed countries in the world, with the exception of our voting system. The biggest change seen during the decades is the inclusion of voters. READ MORE