Access to Knowledge in Egypt
Access to Knowledge in Egypt is an outstanding example of the empirical, granular, multidisciplinary study of local laws, industries and conditions required to understand how best to promote development and access to knowledge in the global South." Neil Netanel, professor of law, UCLA School of Law.
Global Censorship and Access to Knowledge: Shifting Modes, Persisting Paradigms
In a series of case studies, authors trace the metamorphosis of the different means used by governments and private corporations to control speech in the context of emerging digital publics.
Prakash Prakash, Nagla Rizk and Carlos de Souza, 2015
The State of Open Data: Histories and Horizons
Open Data Around the World - Middle East and North Africa. This chapter provides an overview of recent developments in the field of open data in the region, stressing the diversity of open data initiatives.
A Gendered Analysis of Ridesharing: Perspectives from Cairo, Egypt
Through a lived experience methodology, this research offers a gendered analysis of the sharing economy through the experience of ridesharing applications in Cairo.
Nagla Rizk, Nancy Salem, and Nadine Weheba, 2018
ICT Strategy Development: From Design to Implementation – Case of Egypt
We explore the evolution of the ICT sector in Egypt, focusing on national ICT strategy development within the context of an emerging economy.
Nagla Rizk and Sherif Kamel, 2017