oct
25
2012

Joshua Goldstein — How Governments Open:
Technology and Inclusive Institutions in Developing Countries

CITP Luncheon Series

Date: Thursday, October 25, 2012
Time: 12:10 – 1:30 pm
Location: Room 023, Robertson Hall and streaming online at https://www.youtube.com/user/citpprinceton
Food and discussion begins at 12:10 pm. Everyone invited.

Joshua Goldstein (@african_minute) is a PhD candidate at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, where he studies technology and governance and internet policy in Africa. He is affiliated with Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy, and is a consultant with the World Bank Group, where he works on civic technology projects such as Code for Kenya. He lives in Nairobi and Washington, where he is also an avid trail runner.

Previously, he has worked with Google Inc., UNICEF Innovations, and the US Department of State, where he co-founded Apps4Africa. His work has appeared in Princeton’s Journal for Public and International Affairs, Harvard’s Berkman Center Working Paper Series, and is forthcoming in UCLA Law Review.

More information about Josh’s talk is on Freedom to Tinker.