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A more formal version of the last five papers listed above is published and can be cited as Richard Hill (2014), "The Internet, its governance, and the multi-Stakeholder model", Info, vol. 16. no. 2, March 2014

A more formal version of first paper listed above has been published and can be cited as Richard Hill (2013), "Internet governance: the last gasp of colonialism, or imperialism by other means", in Rolf H. Weber, Roxana Radu, and Jean-Marie Chenou (eds), The evolution of global Internet policy: new principles and forms of governance in the making?, Schulthess/Springer
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  • Review of Schiller, Dan (2014) Digital Depression: Information Technology and Information Crisis, University of Illinois Press
  • Review of McChesney, Robert (2014) Digital Disconnect: How Capitalism is Turning the Internet Against Democracy, The New Press
  • Review of Powers, Shawn M., and Jablonski, Michael (2015) The Real Cyber War: The Political Economy of Internet Freedom, University of Illinois Press
  • Review of Scott Malcomson (2016) Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce Are Fragmenting the World Wide Web, OR Books 
  • Review of  David Golumbia (2016) The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism, University of Minnesota Press
  • Review of Milton Mueller (2017) Will the Internet Fragment? Sovreignty, Globalization and Cyberspace, Polity
  • Review of Bernard Harcourt (2015) Exposed: Desire and Disobedience in the Digital Age, Harvard University Press
  • Review of Johannes M. Bauer and Michal Latzer, eds. (2016) Handbook on the Economics of the Internet, Edward Elgar
  • Review of Tim Wu (2018) The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age, Columbia Globat Reports
  • Review of Nicola Palladino and Mauro Santaniello (2020) Legitimacy, Power, and Inequalities in the Multistakeholder Internet Governance: Analyzing IANA Transition (Palgrave MacMillan)
  • Review of Michael Kende (2021) The Flip Side of Free: Understanding the Economics of the Internet (The MIT Press)
  • Review of Cory Doctorow (2021) How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism (OneZero)
  • Review of Laura DeNardis (2020) The Internet in Everything: Freedom and Security in a World with No Off Switch (Yale University Press)
  • Review of Martin Khor (2020), Battles in the WTO: Negotiations and Outcomes of the WTO Ministerial Conferences (Third World Network)




APIG has co-authored, as contributions towards the development of democratic multi-stakehold models:

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