Working Papers and Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Material Ecosystems: Theorizing (Digital) Technologies in Socioeconomic Development, by Jenna Burrell [published in ITID (open access)]
The Myth of Market Price Information: Mobile Phones and the Application of Economic Knowledge in ICTD [Working Paper Version]
Revisiting the Fishers of Kerala, India. By Janaki Srinivasan and Jenna Burrell. The International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development 2013. Cape Town, South Africa. [blog post] [full paper]
When Technology Doesn’t Fit: Information Sharing Practices among Farmers in Rural China. By Elisa Oreglia. The International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development 2013. Cape Town, South Africa.
Modernity in Material Form? Mobile Phones in the Careers of Ghanaian Market Women By Jenna Burrell. (2014) in Review of African Political Economy.
ICT, Intermediaries, and the Transformation of Gendered Power Structures (Forthcoming). By Elisa Oreglia and Janaki Srinivasan. Management Information Systems Quarterly
Doctoral Dissertation: From Farm to Farmville: Circulation, Adoption, and Use of ICT between Urban and Rural China, by Elisa Oreglia
Doctoral Dissertation: Creating Regional Advantage: The Emergence of IT-Enabled Services in Nairobi and Cape Town, By Bob Bell Jr.
Paper Under Review: Material Ecosystems: Theorizing (Digital) Technologies in Socio-Economic Development By Jenna Burrell
Edited Book in Progress: Digital Tools, Development and the Marginalized: Perspectives from the Global South, Eds. Janet Kwami and Jenna Burrell