TRUST IN ICT FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR:

E-VOTING IN BRAZIL’S 2014 ELECTION

Autores

  • Luiz Fernando Abel

Palavras-chave:

Election, Brazil, Trust, Electronic voting, Technology, Public Sector

Resumo

Apart from the numerous works on ICT implementation in the public sector and its subsequent success or failure, there is a lack of specialised literature to address a case where technology has been successfully implemented by the government, but starts to face trust problems. This is the status of e-voting in Brazil, more specifically, during the 2014 presidential elections. This research looks at the conditions for trust in ICT in the public sector and provides an assessment of the Brazilian case, aiming at enhancing the debate on why e-voting should be trusted or not.  To do so, a framework is proposed by the author, based on previous findings of the literature. The discussion includes points mentioned by Brazilian authorities and citizens’ perceptions.

Biografia do Autor

Luiz Fernando Abel

Mestrando em Gestão Internacional pela Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo da Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV-EAESP), em parceria com a Università Bocconi e London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Bacharel em Administração Pública pela mesma escola no Brasil.

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Publicado

2021-12-02

Como Citar

Abel, L. F. (2021). TRUST IN ICT FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR:: E-VOTING IN BRAZIL’S 2014 ELECTION. Planejamento E Políticas Públicas, (50). Recuperado de //www.ipea.gov.br/ppp/index.php/PPP/article/view/777