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jonathan donner

  • ph.d.
  • researcher-author-consultant
  • indedpendant
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Research interests

ICT4D M4D Mobile Communication

About

I am a researcher, author, and consultant focused on advancing digital inclusion in the developing world. My specialties include market research, applied ethnography, social impacts of mobile telephony, regional competitiveness and clusters, and ICTD / ICT4D “Information Technology for Development”. I live in Cape Town, South Africa. Previously, I was a researcher in the Technology for Emerging Markets Group at Microsoft Research in Bangalore, India, a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Earth Institute at Columbia University, and a consultant with the Monitor Group and its spin-off, the OTF Group. I have a Ph.D. from Stanford in Communication Theory and Research. You can reach me at info@jonathandonner.com and/or follow me as @jcdonner on Twitter.

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Publications

While the Meter is Running: Computing in a Capped World

  • Chetty M
  • Banks R
  • Brush A
  • Donner J
  • Grinter R
Interactions (2011)
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''Express Yourself''and ''Stay Together'': The Middle-Class Indian Family

  • Donner J
  • Rangaswamy N
Handbook of mobile communication studies (2008)
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Shrinking fourth world? Mobiles, development and inclusion

  • Donner J
Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies (2008)
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The use of mobile phones by microentrepreneurs in Kigali, Rwanda: Changes to social and business networks

  • Donner J
Information Technologies & International Development (2006)
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User-led innovations in mobile use in sub-Saharan Africa

  • Donner J
Reciever (2005)
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Professional experience

researcher-author-consultant

indedpendant

October 2014 - Present

Researcher

Microsoft Research India

March 2009 - October 2014 (6 years)

Education history

Stanford University

Ph.D.

September 1992 - June 1999 (7 years)

Amherst College

BA

September 1988 - June 1992 (4 years)