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Thursday, October 24 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Labor, Technology and Capital

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  • Does Gender influence Entrepreneurship: evidence from Cameroon Firms? (Stephanie Fosso Mambe)
  • Empowering Women in Natural Resource Based Enterprises or ‘keeping them busy’: A Case of the Sengwe Vamanani Craft Centre (SEVACA), Zimbabwe (Manasa Sibanda)
  • On solvability: digital creativity and the sociality of techno-capitalism in Kinshasa (Katrien Pype)
  • Postcolonial (Electoral) Technologies? On the complex nationalities of machines and their representation in the global market (Cecelia Passanti)
  • Promoting the African Union Convention on Cyberspace security and protection of personal data (The Malabo Convention of the African Union) (Ajuna Dianah Byaruhanga)


Katrien Pype

KU Leuven University


Thursday October 24, 2019 3:15pm - 4:30pm EAT
USIU School of Science Board Room USIU Road, Nairobi, Kenya

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