E-voting adoption in many countries: A literature review

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Abstract

Although the number of countries that have adopted e-voting has decreased lately, the number of academic publications on e-voting adoption has increased in the last two years. To date, there is no coherent narrative in the existing literature that explains the progress of the research on e-voting adoption. This article aims to answer the following research question: “How has research on the topic of e-voting adoption progressed over the last 15 years?” The article provides a semi-systematic review of 78 studies that were conducted from 2005 to 2020. In this article, I argue that although the studies on e-voting adoption are dominated by a single case study, by research in the United States, and by the positivist paradigm, scholars have employed the term “e-voting adoption” diversely and the research on e-voting adoption has evolved to address more specific research questions. Recommendations for the future agenda of research on e-voting adoption are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)482-504
Number of pages23
JournalAsian Journal of Comparative Politics
Volume6
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2021

Keywords

  • e-voting adoption
  • literature review
  • semi-systematic review

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