Research

Our research uses a variety of qualitative and quantitative data to formulate policy recommendations for the future of technology and elections.

Ready to Vote: Elections, Technology and Political Campaigning in the United Kingdom

Ready to Vote: Elections, Technology and Political Campaigning in the United Kingdom

OxTEC's final report, by Phil Howard and Lisa-Maria Neudert, sets out a series of recommendations aimed at securing the information ...
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The Market of Disinformation

The Market of Disinformation

This report by Oxford Information Labs examines the impact of algorithmic changes made by social media platforms, designed to curb ...
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Political Campaigning: the Law, the Gaps and the Way Forward

Political Campaigning: the Law, the Gaps and the Way Forward

This report by Ravi Naik looks into the legal framework surrounding digital political campaigning and the current regulatory gaps in ...
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Literature Review on Elections, Political Campaigning and Democracy

Literature Review on Elections, Political Campaigning and Democracy

This literature review by Alice Thwaite looks at how scholars have theorised the influence of digital technology on democracy. It ...
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A Report on Anti-Disinformation Initiatives

A Report on Anti-Disinformation Initiatives

This is the first report of the Oxford Technology and Elections Commission (OxTEC).  Written and researched by BBC Monitoring’s specialist ...
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