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  • Bailur, S., Masiero, S. (forthcoming). Special Issue on Identification in a Digital Age: Implications for Development in Information Technology for Development.
  • Bailur, S., Masiero, S. and Taachi, J. (2018). Gender, Mobile and Mobile Internet, Information Technology and International Development: Special Issue on Gender, 14. Edited volume of 4 publications.
  • Bailur, S. and Masiero. S. (2017). “Women’s income generation through mobile Internet: a study of focus group data from Ghana, Kenya, and Uganda”, Gender, Technology and Development, 21 (1), pp 77-98.
  • Masika, R. and Bailur, S. (2015). “Negotiating women’s agency through ICTs: a comparative study of Uganda and India”, Gender, Technology and Development. 19 (1), pp. 43-69.
  • World Bank Group (2016) Evaluating Digital Citizen Engagement: A Practical Guide. World Bank, Washington, DC (second author).
  • Caribou Digital (2015) Digital Lives in Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, Caribou Digital, Farnham.
  • Bailur, S. (2015) “Development, Development, Development: Rules and regulations performed at a community multimedia centre in south India” Materiality, Rules and Regulation, eds. de Vaujany, Francois-Xavier, Mitev, N., Lanzara, G. F., Mukherjee, A. Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. 52-72.
  • Bailur, S. (2015) “Telecentres”, commissioned chapter in International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication & Society. Wiley-Blackwell, London.
  • Masika, R. and Bailur, S. (2015) “Negotiating women’s agency through ICTs: a comparative study of Uganda and India”, Gender, Technology and Development. 19 (1), pp. 43-69.
  • Gigler, B-S. and Bailur, S. eds., (2014) Closing the Feedback loop: Can technology bridge the accountability gap? World Bank, Washington DC.
  • Bailur, S. and Longley, T. (2014) The impact of online FOI tools: what is the evidence?, mySociety, London.
  • Bhat, R. & Bailur, S. (2013) “The current state of community radio in India”, Yojana Magazine, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, July 2013.
  • Bailur, S. (2013) “Book Review: Communicating social change by Mohan Datta”, Information Technology and International Development, 9 (2), pp. 95-97.
  • Bailur, S. (2012) “Who is the community in community radio?”, Economic and Political Weekly, April 28, 2012 vol xlvii, no 17, pp 92-99.
  • Bailur, S. and Cushman, M. (2012) “The case of Voices”: case study written for International Conference on Operational Research for Development”, Djerba, Tunisia (2012) and Rome, Italy (2013).
  • Panel organised on “Beyond Arab Spring: theories, methodologies & case studies on new methods of government citizen interaction online”, with five international speakers, at 5th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Information Communication Technologies and Development, March 11-15, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Panel organised (with Dr Sharon Morgan, University of Manchester) on “ICTD and female support agents: how do female intermediaries negotiate empowerment in their everyday lives and relationships?” at 5th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Information Communication Technologies and Development, March 11-15, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Bailur, S. & Masiero, S. (2012) “The complex role of the intermediary in community multimedia centres”. Information Technology and International Development, Special Issue on Poverty & Profits in the Digital Age, 8 (1), pp. 27-42.
  • Bailur, S. (2010) “The role of the intermediary in community multimedia centres”, Proceedings of the 4th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Information Communication Technologies and Development, December 13-16 2010, Royal Holloway, University of London.
  • Bailur, S. (2009) “Representation and reflexivity in ICTforD (telecentre) research”, invited speaker at panel on Computing for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development, at HCI International, San Diego, July 19-24 2009.
  • Bailur, S. (2009) “Serving two masters: challenges of the telecentre intermediary”, Bottom of the Pyramid in Practice Conference, Institute of Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion, UC Irvine, June 1-3.
  • Bailur, S. (2008) “Deconstructing community participation in telecentres”, Institute of Development Policy and Management, Working Paper No 31. http://www.sed.manchester.ac.uk/idpm/research/publications/wp/di/#wp.
  • Bailur, S. (2008) “Analyzing telecentres using postcolonial theory”, Institute of Development Policy and Management, Working Paper No 35. http://www.sed.manchester.ac.uk/idpm/research/publications/wp/di/#wp.
  • Ratan, A. & Bailur, S. (2007) “Welfare, agency and ICT for development” Proceedings of 2nd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Information Communication Technologies and Development, December 15-16 2007, Bangalore, India, pp. 119-130.
  • Bailur, S. (2007) “The challenges of community participation in rural information systems projects” IFIP 9.4 Working Group on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries: Taking Stock of E–development, May 28–30 2007, Sao Paulo, Brasil.
  • Ali, M. & Bailur, S. (2007) “Re–thinking sustainability in ICT for development projects: using bricolage”, IFIP 9.4 Working Group on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries: Taking Stock of E–development, May 28–30 2007, Sao Paulo, Brasil.
  • Heeks, R. & Bailur, S. (2007) “Analysing eGovernment Research.” Government Information Quarterly, 22 (2), pp. 243-265.
  • Bailur, S. (2007) “Using Stakeholder Theory to Analyze Telecentre Projects” Information Technology and International Development, 3 (3), pp. 61-80.
  • Bailur, S., Palacio, M. & Quaintmere, K. (2003) Report of the Commonwealth Expert Team to Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
  • Bailur, S. (2003) Modernizing Democracy through ICTs, Commonwealth Advisory Bureau, London.
  • Bailur, S. (2003) “Participation for all: ICTs and electoral processes”, Modernizing Commonwealth Governments, Commonwealth Business Council, London, pp. 48–54.
  • Bailur, S., Baker, P. & Venuprasad, R. (2003) Fostering Competitiveness in the Commonwealth through e–commerce, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
  • Bailur, S. & Grant, H. (eds.) (2003) Volunteer Tales: Experiences of Working Abroad, Cambridge, Lutterworth Press.
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