Sortition: Theory and Practice


Theory and Practice

Editors: Gil Delannoi, Oliver Dowlen

Essays deriving from the conference “Selection by Lottery: Theory and Practice” held in 2008 under the auspices of Sciences Po, in Paris.

Paperback 250 pp.

Title First Published: 01 August 2010


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This volume reflects the up-and-coming academic interest in sortition. It is based on contributions to the first international conference dedicated to the subject held at the University of Political Science (Sciences-Po) in Paris in November 2008. The papers explore important theoretical questions such as how we should recognise and define differing lottery forms; the relationship between sortition and different aspects and forms of democracy; and its potential benefits to current political and commercial practice. Contributors Hubertus Buchstein, Gil Delannoi Oliver Dowlen, Gerhard Göhler Barbara Goodwin, Michael Hein Yves Sintomer, Peter Stone Antoine Vergne Gil Delannoi is Research Director at Sciences-Po Paris (Centre de recherches politiques). Oliver Dowlen is an independent scholar and a founder member of the Society for Democracy including Random Selection (SDRS).


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