Laura Mann
Laura Mann
Postdoctoral Researcher, African Studies Centre, Leiden
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TitleCited byYear
Understanding the political motivations that shape Rwanda's emergent developmental state
L Mann, M Berry
New Political Economy 21 (1), 119-144, 2016
532016
Imagining a silicon Savannah? Technological and conceptual connectivity in Kenya's BPO and software development sectors
M Graham, L Mann
the Electronic Journal of Information systems in developing Countries 56 (1 …, 2013
482013
The domestic turn: business process outsourcing and the growing automation of Kenyan organisations
L Mann, M Graham
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (4), 530-548, 2016
242016
Left to other peoples’ devices? A political economy perspective on the big data revolution in development
L Mann
Development and Change 49 (1), 3-36, 2018
232018
Introduction: Global economic inclusion and African workers
K Meagher, L Mann, M Bolt
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (4), 471-482, 2016
222016
Geographical imagination and technological connectivity in East Africa
M Graham, C Andersen, L Mann
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40 (3), 334-349, 2015
192015
Wasta! The long-term implications of education expansion and economic liberalisation on politics in Sudan
L Mann
Review of African Political Economy 41 (142), 561-578, 2014
162014
The internet and business process outsourcing in East Africa: value chains and networks of connectivity-based enterprises in Kenya and Rwanda
L Mann, M Graham, N Friedrici
Oxford Internet Institution, 2014
132014
Sellers on the street: the human infrastructure of the mobile phone network in Kigali, Rwanda
L Mann, E Nzayisenga
Critical African Studies 7 (1), 26-46, 2015
112015
Digital control in value chains: Challenges of connectivity for East African firms
C Foster, M Graham, L Mann, T Waema, N Friederici
Economic Geography 94 (1), 68-86, 2018
92018
‘We do our bit in our own space’: DAL Group and the development of a curiously Sudanese enclave economy
L Mann
The Journal of Modern African Studies 51 (2), 279-303, 2013
62013
Retreat of the state and the market: liberalisation and education expansion in Sudan under the NCP
LE Mann
University of Edinburgh, 2012
62012
Liberation movements and stalled democratic transitions: reproducing power in Rwanda and South Africa through productive liminality
A Beresford, ME Berry, L Mann
Democratization 25 (7), 1231-1250, 2018
52018
Geographies of Connectivity in East Africa: Trains, Telecommunications, and Technological Teleologies.
M Graham, C Andersen, L Mann
52015
Big data and positive social change in the developing world: A white paper for practitioners and researchers.
L Mann
Oxford Internet Institute, 2014
32014
From connectivity to digital contestations: the effects of fibre-optic infrastructure on firms in East Africa
CG Foster, M Graham, L Mann, T Waema, C Katua, N Frederici
Social Implications of Computers Conference (IFIP9. 4), Colombo, Sri Lanka, May, 2015
22015
The digital divide and employment
L Mann
Oxford University Press, 2014
22014
Do information and communication technologies really eliminate corruption and improve peer-to-peer participation? Behind the scenes at the Kenyan and Rwandan governments
L Mann, M Graham
Behind the Scenes at the Kenyan and Rwandan Governments, 2013
22013
Africa's Information Revolution: technical regimes and production networks in South Africa and Tanzania by James T. Murphy and Pádraig Carmody
L Mann
Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute 87 (2), 435-437, 2017
12017
Big data and positive social change in the developing world: A white paper for practitioners and researchers
G Byarugaba Agaba, F Akindčs, L Bengtsson, J Cowls, M Indira Ganesh, ...
Oxford Internet Institute, 2016
12016
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