The National Center sponsors brown bags on ongoing technology and digital research.
March 22, 2010, 12:00 p.m-1:00 p.m., Thompson 620: "Inside and Outside the ICT Center in urban Delhi: Understanding “Mu im
Women” as Subjects of New Technologies and Development Interventions" with Sreela Sarkar, NCDG Doctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts Amherst
February 21, 2007 , 12:00 p.m-1:00 p.m., Thompson 620: "Exploring the Limits of Legalization in the WTO: The Case of Basic Telecom Agreement" with Meelis Kitsing, Doctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts Amherst [PDF flyer]
November 17, 2006, 12:00 p.m., Thompson 620: "Enacting State Websites: A Mixed Method Study Exploring E-Government Success in Multi-Organizational Settings" with J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for Technology in Government, University of Albany, SUNY [PDF flyer]
May 11, 2004, "The Influence of Informal Communication on the Adoption of Innovation" with Ines Mergel, Doctoral Candidate, University of St Gallen, Switzerland
May 11, 2004, "Antecedents of Successful Cross Agency Initiatives" with Robin McKinnon, Executive Director, NCDG
April 27, 2004, "Cosmetic Democracies: ICTs, Political Development and Governance in the Post-Communist World" with Audrey Selian, Doctoral Candidate: Tufts University
April 13, 2004, "Internet Governance, National Interest and International Relations" with Kenn Cukier, journalist, The Economist
February 17, 2004, "DNAPolicy.net" with Birgit Rabl, Doctoral Candidate, University of Salzburg, Austria, and Dr Maria-Christina Binz-Scharf, University of St Gallen, Switzerland
April 1, 2003, 12:00 p.m., 104 Mt. Auburn Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room, brown bag on "Googlearchy: How a free Heavily-Linked Sites Dominate Politics Online" with Matthew Hindman (KSG and Princeton).
November 19, 2003, 11:30 a.m., Taubman T301, KSG, brown bag lunch, Rajiv Shah, University of Illinois Urbana- Champaign, Doctoral Fellow National Center of Digital Government: "Coding"
November 25, 2003, 12:00 a.m., L330, KSG, brown bag lunch, Dr. Tobias Goessling, Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, The Netherlands: "Networks, Institutions and Proximity".
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