The ALSC received the following studies and papers that examine
roles, requirements, processes, and structures relating to individual's
involvement in international organizations, in response to the ALSC's
"Call for Studies".
- "Who Controls the Internet, the Bertelsmann Foundation's Recommendations
for Internet Governance," Bertelsmann Foundation (with several "academic
- "The Idea of ICANN," David R. Johnson and Susan P. Crawford
- "Why Consensus Matters," David R. Johnson and Susan P. Crawford
- Abstracts for "INFO" symposium series on Global Democracy and the ICANN
- "ICANN and the Problem of Legitimacy," Jonathan Weinberg
- "Must Groups Oppose Individuals - Thoughts About the ICANN At-Large
Membership," Alan McCluskey
- "Ways and Means of Governance - Questioning Representative Government,"
- "Security Considerations for Remote Electronic Voting over the Internet,"
- "Globalization of Communication," Viktor Mayer-Schvnberger and
Deborah Hurley, from Governance in a Globalizing World, ed. Joseph S. Nye.
- "Information Policy and Governance," Viktor Mayer-Schvnberger
and Deborah Hurley, from Governance in a Globalizing World, ed. Joseph S.
- "An Analysis of ICANN-Named Board Nominees," Computer Professionals
for Social Responsibility
- "ICANN At Large Membership Election Campaign in Japan," Toshimaru
- "The Origins Of ICANNS's At Large Membership," CPSR's Civil Society
- "The Pro-democracy Movement in ICANN,"
- Panel statement from the 2nd Meeting of the "ICANN-Studienkreis"
at Zurich, February 2001 (pdf format)
- "ICANN and the At Large Membership: Towards an 'Internet
User Supporting Organisation' (IUSO)," Wolfgang Kleinwęchter
- "Representation in Cyberspace
Study," Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School
- "Interim Report of The NGO and Academic
ICANN Study (NAIS),"
- "ICANN Media Coverage
in Europe," by Oliver Klug, Patrick Lutz, Anja Seidel, Alexander Svensson
- "Geeks and Greeks,"
- "Japanese Experience
about ICANN Election Campaign," Toshimaru Ogura
- "Why a General Assembly Matters," David R.
Improved Representation in ICANN," Michael M. Roberts
Public Participation Within ICANN," Prof. Arduino Paniccia, Mr. Massimo
Vittori, and Mr. Alessio Sitran
- "NAIS August 2001
Final Report", NGO and Academic ICANN Study
on the Global, On-line, Direct Elections for Five Seats Representing At-large
Members on the Board of Directors of ICANN," Chuck Costello (for the Markle