Kevin Donovan

Ph.D. Student

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Discipline
Social Sciences

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Publications

  • Mobile Money, More Freedom? The Impact of M-PESA's Network Power on Development as Freedom

    Donovan K

    International Journal of Communication (2012)

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  • 'Development' as if We Have Never Been Modern: Fragments of a Latourian Development Studies

    Donovan K

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  • Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile Devices & Services And Their Impact on Agriculture & Rural Development

    Donovan K

    ICT in Agriculture Sourcebook (2011)

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  • Seeing Like a Slum: Towards Open, Deliberative Development

    Donovan K

    Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (2012)

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  • Mobile Money & Financial Inclusion: Growth, Impact, and Emerging Issues

    Donovan K

    Information & Communication for Development 2012 (2012)

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  • A note on the availability (and importance) of pre-paid mobile data in Africa.

    Donovan K, Donner J

    2nd International Conference on Mobile Communication Technology for Development (M4D2010) (2010)

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Professional experience

Ph.D. Student

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

September 2013 - Present

Education history

University of Cape Town

MSocSc Sociology (Development Studies)

February 2012 - December 2012 (10 months)

Georgetown University School of Foreign Service

B.S.F.S. Science, Technology & International Affairs

August 2007 - May 2011 (3 years 9 months)