Peer Reviewed Articles & Chapters

Goodman, Nicole and Leah C. Stokes. Forthcoming “Reducing the Cost of Voting: An Empirical Evaluation of Internet Voting’s Effect on Local Elections.” British Journal of Political Science.

Goodman, Nicole. Forthcoming. “The Conditional Duty to Vote in Elections.” Electoral Studies.

Goodman, Nicole, Michael McGregor, Jérôme Couture and Sandra Breux. Forthcoming.“Another Digital Divide? Evidence that Elimination of Paper Voting Could Lead to Digital Disenfranchisement.” Policy & Internet.

Couture, Jérôme, Sandra Breux et Nicole Goodman. Forthcoming. Le vote par Internet augmente t-il la participation électorale? in Hugo Loiseau et Elena Waldispuehl Eds., Cyberespace et science politique de la méthode au terrain, du virtuel au réel. Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Goodman, Nicole. 2017. “Private Over Public: A Conservative Approach to Interest Advocacy” in Joanna Everitt and J.P. Lewis Eds., The Blueprint: Conservative parties and their impact on Canadian politics. University of Toronto Press.

Gabel, Chelsea, Karen Bird, Nicole Goodman and Brian Budd. 2017. “Digital Technology and First Nations Participation and Governance.“ Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 36/2:107-127.

Goodman, Nicole, Karen Bird and Chelsea Gabel. 2017. “Towards a More Collaborative Political Science: A Partnership Approach.” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 50/1:201-218.

Breux, Sandra, Jérôme Couture, and Nicole Goodman. 2016. “Fewer Voters, Higher Stakes? The Applicability of Rational Choice for Voter Turnout in Small Quebec Municipalities.” Published in First Look at Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy: 1-20.

Goodman, Nicole and Jack Lucas. 2016. “Policy Priorities of Municipal Candidates in the 2014 Local Ontario Elections.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 25/2:35-47.

Gabel, Chelsea, Nicole Goodman, Bird, Karen, and Brian Budd. 2016. “What Does Internet Voting Mean for First Nations? A Case Study of Whitefish River First Nation.”  The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 7/3:Article 3.

Kamenova, Kalina and Nicole Goodman. 2015. “Public Engagement with Internet Voting in Edmonton: Design, Outcomes, and Challenges to Deliberative Models.” Journal of Public Deliberation, 11/2: Article 4.

Goodman, Nicole. 2014. “Internet Voting in a Local Election in Canada”, in Internet and Democracy in Global Perspective, Studies in Public Choice  31, Eds. Bernard Grofman, Alex Trechsel, and Mark Franklin, Springer Verlag.

Goodman, Nicole, Heather Bastedo, Lawrence LeDuc, and Jon H. Pammett. 2011. “Young Canadians in the 2008 Federal Election Campaign: Using Facebook to Probe Perceptions of Citizenship and Participation.”  Canadian Journal of Political Science, 44/4:1-23.

Goodman, Nicole. 2010. “Internet Voting in Canadian Municipalities: What Can We Learn?” CEU Political Science Journal, 5(4): 492-520.

Edited Books and Conference Proceedings

Krimmer, Robert, Melanie Volkamer, Jordi Barrat, Josh Benaloh, Nicole Goodman, Peter Y. A. Ryan, and Vanessa Teague. 2017. Electronic Voting: First International Joint Conference, E-Vote-ID 2016, Bregenz, Austria, October 18-21, 2016, Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, Berlin.

Papers in Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Goodman, Nicole and Rodney Smith. 2017. “Internet Voting in Sub-national Elections: Policy Learning in Canada and Australia.” In Robert Krimmer, Melanie Volkamer, Jordi Barrat, ( Electronic Voting: First International Joint Conference, E-Vote-ID 2016, Bregenz, Austria, October 18-21, 2016, Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, Berlin.

Goodman, Nicole and Jon H. Pammett. 2014. “The Patchwork of Internet Voting in Canada.” Electronic Voting: Verifying the Vote (EVOTE), 6th International Conference Proceedings, IEEE.

Other Publications

Midzain-Gobin, Liam, Nicole Goodman, Chelsea Gabel and Karen Bird. 2017. “Time for change?
Reforming the Indian Act to allow for online voting.”
Policy Options, October.

Goodman, Nicole. 2016. “Electoral Reform and Online Voting.” Policy Magazine, November/December.

Goodman, Nicole and Nicole Wellsbury. 2015. “Internet Voting Development in Ontario: Time for Overarching Standards.” Public Sector Digest, November.

Gabel, Chelsea, Nicole Goodman, and Karen Bird. 2014. “The Impact of Digital Technology on First Nations Participation and Governance.” Centre for e-Democracy Journal, 1(1).

Kamenova, Kalina and Nicole Goodman. 2013. “A New Participatory Policy Model: The Edmonton Citizens’ Jury on Internet Voting.” Canadian Parliamentary Review, 36(2): 13-20.

Goodman, Nicole, Joan DeBardeleben, and Jon H. Pammett. 2010. “Internet Voting: The Canadian Municipal Experience.” Canadian Parliamentary Review, 33(3): 13-21.

Policy & Technical Reports

Goodman, Nicole and Kevin Saville. 2017. Analytical Report: Community Economic Development:
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.
Quebec: CEDEC.

Goodman, Nicole. 2017. “Online Voting: A Path Forward for Federal Elections in Canada.” Ottawa: Privy Council Office.

Goodman, Nicole and Heather Pyman. 2016. “Understanding the Effects of Internet Voting on Elections: Results from the 2014 Ontario Municipal Elections.” Toronto: Centre for e-Democracy.
Full report can be downloaded from the Centre website.
Read key findings

Goodman, Nicole and Jon H. Pammett. 2014. “Summary of the EVOTE 2014: Verifying the Vote, Ten-Year Anniversary Conference.” Prepared for Elections Canada.

Pammett, Jon H. and Nicole Goodman. 2013. “Consultation and Evaluation Practices in the Implementation of Internet Voting in Canada and Europe.” Prepared for Elections Canada.

Goodman, Nicole. 2013. “City of Guelph Report on Electronic Voting Options.” Prepared for City of Guelph.

Goodman, Nicole. 2012. “Internet Voting Issues Guide.” Prepared for City of Edmonton.

Goodman, Nicole. 2011. “eDemocracy and Citizen Engagement: The Delvinia Report on Internet Voting in Town of Markham.” Prepared for Delvinia.
*Report findings featured on the front page of the Toronto Star.
Please contact Delvinia for the full report. Read key findings

Goodman, Nicole, Jon H. Pammett and Joan DeBardeleben. 2010. “A Comparative Assessment of Electronic Voting.” Prepared for Elections Canada.