Current Research

Currently doing research for the Shaping Interdisciplinary Practices in Europe Project (SHAPE-ID)

The Influence of Digital Platforms on Entrepreneurship in Trinidad and Tobago: Examining the Complexities of Technology Affordances and Constraints

Web Science Conference 2018 – PhD Symposium – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – An exploration of the use of digital platforms for individual entrepreneurship in Trinidad and Tobago (Poster)

Web Science Conference 2019 – PhD Symposium – Boston, USA – Affordances and Constraints on Entrepreneur Interactions and Relations when using Digital Platforms: Visibility, Accessibility, and Immediacy Intermingled with Risk, Uncertainty and Socio-Economic Constraint

Past Research

Davies, Powell, Taylor (2012) An Introduction to the Ongoing Case of Web 3.0 IKM Working PaperĀ 

Taylor and Law (2010) Linked Open Information: Potential opportunities and pitfalls for International Development

Access (2011) – The Importance of Net neutrality in the Emerging and Developing World

Taylor (2011) A Review of Freedom of Information, Data Protection and Open Data in the Caribbean

Awareness Survey on Freedom of Information and Data Protection Legislation and Open Government Data Initiatives