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The State of Open Data – Histories and Horizons is a new book that provides a review of the first 10 years of open data. Join Mor Rubinstein, Tim Davies and Carla Bonina to discover insights gained and the challenges still to be overcome as open data enters its second decade
The book brings together over 65 authors from around the world to examine open data from historial, sectoral, and regional perspectives, uncovering the issues that will shape the future of open data in the years to come.
About the speaker
Mor Rubinstein leads on designing and managing projects that use 360Giving data, commissioning online platforms and tools, as well as collecting and sharing learning about data use. Previously she was Capacity team lead at Open Knowledge International and Project Manager of the Global Open Data Index, a benchmarking tool for open government data publication. Mor has worked on open data around the world with the Public Knowledge Workshop (Israel) and the Oxford Internet Institute and has written several papers on open data use.
is an activist, researcher, and social entrepreneur, who has been working on themes related to open data since 2009. He was Research Lead for the first two years of the IDRC/World Wide Web Foundation’s “Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries” research network and coordinated the first two editions of the global Open Data Barometer. He co-founded Open Data Services Co-op in 2015 to support ongoing development of open data infrastructures, including the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS) and data standards for corporate transparency. He was series editor for the Open Data Charter Open-Up Guides on anti-corruption and agriculture. A social researcher by training, Tim has been a fellow of the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society and has studied at the Oxford Internet Institute and University of Southampton Web Science Centre. He blogs at http://www.timdavies.org.uk
and tweets at https://www.twitter.com/timdavies
Carla Bonina is a social scientist and an expert on digital government and social innovation in Latin America. Carla provides strategic advice to governments, international organisations and philanthropic investors, such as Avina Americas, the OECD, ILDA, and the World Bank among others. She holds a PhD in Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is currently a lecturer at the University of Surrey’s Centre for Digital Economy.