Digital Empowerment-A Strategy for ICT for Development (ICT4D) for DESO. Stockholm: Sida/DESO, December 2003.

Digital Empowerment-Guidelines to the DESO Strategy for ICT for Development (ICT4D). Stockholm: Sida/DESO, December 2003.

“Networking as a Form of Life: The Transnational Movement of Internet Pioneers”, in New Technologies at Work: People, Screens and Social Virtuality, C. Garsten and H. Wulff (eds), Oxford: Berg, 2003.

“Mediated Management of Meaning: On-line Nation Building in Malaysia”, in Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs, special issue on Globalization, Creolization, and Cultural Complexity: Essays in Honour of Ulf Hannerz. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Vol. 3, No. 3, July 2003.

“Networks of Global Interaction”, in Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Volume 16, Number 2, pp. 273-286, July 2003. Download PDF version.

“The Internet and Globalization”, in Pacific Telecommunications Review, Volume 23, Number 3, 2002.

Transnational.Dynamics@Development.Net. Internet, Modernization and Globalization. Stockholm Studies in Social Anthropology, 49. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, 2001.

“Defying Statistics: Public Internet”, in Communications Guide, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), 2001.

Networked Nomads: Internet and Tourism in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Internet Society, INET 01, Stockholm 4-8 June 2001.

“Networking for Democracy: The Internet and the Developing World”, in The Namibian 15th Anniversary Commemorative Magazine, August 2000.

Transnational Networks of Knowledge: Reconfiguring Power in the Global Village, speech delivered at the Developing Countries Networking Symposium at the annual conference of the Internet Society, INET 2000, Yokohama, 18 July 2000.

Internet and Human Rights, speech delivered at Geneva 2000, special session on Internet and Social Development, Geneva, 28 June 2000.

Evaluation of the UNDP/BDP Information Technologies for Development Programme (ITDP). New York: UNDP, April 2000.

“Net Cafe society puts Laos on-line”, The Age, Melbourne, 7 March 2000.

Networking for Democracy: The Internet and the Free Flow of Information”, Deutschland, February/March 2000.

“The answer is flowing in the wire”, The Age, Melbourne, 9 November 1999. (article based on speech delivered at Telecom 99)

Internet, Democracy and Governance: A Historical Background, speech delivered at World Internet Days at Telecom 99, organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Geneva, 9-17 October 1999.

Connecting Laos: Notes from the Peripheries of Cyberspace, paper presented at the annual conference of the Internet Society, INET 99, San Jose, California, 22-25 June 1999.

"Transnational Networks of Internet Pioneers. A Study of Technology, Modernity and Globalization", Antropologiska Studier, special issue on culture and technology, January 1999.

Cyberanthropology: The Global Expansion of the Internet, paper presented in Congreso Virtual de Antropologia y Arqueologia, organized by the National Institute of Anthropology, Buenos Aires, October 1998.

Inter-national and Intra-national Boundaries in Cyberspace, paper presented at the 5th biennial conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, Frankfurt am Main, 4-7 September 1998. (abstract only)

Cultural Encounters in Cyberspace, paper presented in a virtual conference organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on Internet in Asia: Cultural Diversity, Cyberspace, March 1998.

"Addressing the Information Gap", in OnTheInternet, November 1997, pp. 22-23.

Assessing the Social Needs of the Digital Future, paper published in the proceedings of  TELECOM Inter@ctive, International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, 8-14 September, 1997.

Internet as a Tool for Social Development, paper presented at the annual conference of the Internet Society, INET 97,  in Kuala Lumpur, 24-27 June 1997.

Internet como herramienta para el Desarrollo Social, Spanish version of "Internet as a Tool for Social Development" translated by Fernando Korstanje, National University of Tucuman, Argentina.