The Liquid Democracy Journal on Electronic Participation, Collective Moderation, and Voting Systems is dedicated to the idea of Liquid Democracy—a democratic principle that uses transitive delegations to unite the best of direct and representative democracy.
But this journal isn't only limited to Liquid Democracy: it also covers bigger topics that arise during its implementation: electronic participation, collective moderation, and voting systems.
The electronic version includes the print content as a PDF file plus a barrier-reduced text version, and is published sometime after the print version. Downloading the electronic version is free of charge, and is available on the website. You can also order the printed version in your bookstore.
The Liquid Democracy Journal is published by the Association for Interactive Democracy.