Through the Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries we have sponsored the creation of a range of reports and publications looking at the supply and use of open data. The list below details currently available and forthcoming (marked 'In Press') report and publications, sorted by the research project responsible for creating them.
Investigating the Impact of Kenya’s Open Data Initiative on Marginalized Communities: Case Study of Urban Slums and Rural Settlements
Open Data in the Judicial Systems: Evaluating Emerging Impact on Policy Design in Uruguay, Chile and Argentina
Opening the Gates: Will Open Data Initiatives Make Local Governments in the Philippines More Transparent?
Opening Government Data through Mediation: Exploring Roles, Practices and Strategies of (Potential) Data Intermediary Organisations in India
How open data could contribute to poverty eradication in Kenya and Uganda through its impacts on resource allocation
Open Government in the Philippines: exploring the role of open government data and the use of new technologies in the delivery of public services
Exploring the open data Initiative of the Ministry of Finance on National Budget Transparency in Indonesia
Additional workshop reports
ODDC Network Meeting Report, April 2013
ODDC background papers
Understanding Open Government Data and addressing its Impact, Felipe Heusser, April 2012