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Understanding Citizen Perspectives on Government Decision Making Processes as a Way to Improve the Administrative State

 
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Abstract

This Article reviews a framework that the procedural justice literature proposes for assessing citizen satisfaction with the decision making process. It applies this framework to an international decision making process that relies heavily on citizen participation, the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s (CEC) citizen submissions process. The Article considers the track record of the process in light of the procedural justice literature in an effort to advance thinking about the design of government decision making processes that are intended to promote meaningful public participation.

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