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Table Of Contents

Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
Foreword by Robin Mansell xi
1 Introduction: Governing Openness in an Unequal World 1
Matthew L. Smith and Ruhiya Kristine Seward
I Defining Open Development
2 Updating Open Development: Open Practices in Inclusive Development 23
Matthew L. Smith and Ruhiya Kristine Seward
3 Open Innovation in Development: Integrating Theory and Practice across Open Science, Open Access, and Open Data 51
Jeremy de Beer
II Governing the Open Development Ecosystem
4 Gender and Equity in Openness: Forgotten Spaces 87
Sonal Zaveri
5 The Geographic Contours of Openness 119
Mark Graham and Stefano De Sabbata
6 Ecologies of (Open) Access: Toward a Knowledge Society 143
Laura Czerniewicz
7 Open Provision: Changing Economic and Human Development Perspectives 157
William Randall Spence and Matthew L. Smith
8 Openness in Telecommunications Reform and Practice: The Case of Open Access Broadband Networks, Public Wi-Fi, and Zero-Rating 183
Alison Gillwald
9 Who Benefits from Open Models? The Role of ICT Access in the Consumption of Open Activities 219
Roxana Barrantes and Paulo Matos III Governing Open Development Applications
10 Open Government Data for Inclusive Development 251
François van Schalkwyk and Michael Cañares
11 Governing Open Health Data in Latin America 291
Carla Bonina and Fabrizio Scrollini
12 Open Educational Resources and Practices in the Global South: Degrees of Social Inclusion 317
Henry Trotter and Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams
13 Toward an Inclusive, Open, and Collaborative Science: Lessons from OCSDNet 357
Rebecca Hillyer, Denisse Albornoz, Alejandro Posada, Angela Okune, and Leslie Chan
14 The Inclusivity of Crowdsourcing and Implications for Development 381
Savita Bailur and Raed Sharif
15 Open Innovation in Africa: Current Realities, Future Scenarios, and Scalable Solutions 403
Jeremy de Beer, Chris Armstrong, Shirin Elahi, Dick Kawooya, Erika Kramer-Mbula, Caroline Ncube, Chidi Oguamanam, Nagla Rizk, Isaac Rutenberg, and Tobias Schonwetter
16 Conclusion: Understanding the Inclusive Potential of Open Development 431
Ruhiya Kristine Seward
Contributors 447
Index 459

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