ICT4D bibliography

Ismael Peña-López, PhD in the Information and Knowledge Society and lecturer at the Open University of Catalonia, has kindly posted the following ICT4D (Information and Communication Technologies for Development) bibliography on his blog:

Avgerou, C. (2007). “Information Systems in Developing Countries: a Critical Research Review”. In Journal of Information Technology, 23 (3), 133-146. Department of Management LSE, Working Paper Series #165. London. Retrieved March 01, 2010 from http://is2.lse.ac.uk/wp/pdf/wp165.pdf

Avgerou, C. (2008). Information Systems in Developing Countries: a Critical Research Review. Department of Management LSE, Working Paper Series #165. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved March 01, 2010 from http://www.palgrave-journals.com/jit/journal/v23/n3/pdf/2000136a.pdf

Avgerou, C. (2009). “Discourses on Innovation and Development in Information Systems in Developing Countries’ Research”. In Byrne, E., Nicholson, B. & Salem, F. (Eds.), Assessing the Contribution of ICT to Development Goals, 1-21. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Dubai, May 26th-28th, 2009. Dubai: Dubai School of Government. Retrieved March 01, 2010 from http://www.ifip.dsg.ae/Docs/FinalPDF/Full Papers/Avgerou_Discourses on Innovation and Development.pdf

Badran, M. F. (2010). Is ICT empowering women in Egypt? An empirical study. ICT and Development – Research Voices from Africa. International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), Technical Commission 9 – Relationship Between Computers and Society. Workshop at Makerere University, Uganda. 22-23 March 2010. Kampala: Makerere University. Retrieved April 06, 2010 from http://mak.ac.ug/documents/IFIP/EMPOWERINGWOMENINEGYPT.pdf

Best, M. L. (2010). Understanding our Knowledge Gaps: Or, Do we have an ICT4D field? And do we want one?. Cambridge: Publius Project. Retrieved February 15, 2010 from http://publius.cc/understanding_our_knowledge_gaps_or_do_we_have_ict4d_field_and_do_we_want_o

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