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Lloyd Waller

Prof. Lloyd Waller is a Professor of Digital Transformation Policy and Governance in the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus) (UWI). His primary areas of research and expertise are: (1) advanced research methodologies (specializing in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research); (2) Digital Transformation Theory and Application; (3) Governance as well as (4) Tourism Resilience.

In the last ten years, Prof. Waller has published over 100 articles, books, book chapters, scientific research papers, and technical reports covering areas such as: digital transformation, ICT for development, electronic governance, innovations in governance as well as advanced research methods. Prof. Waller has received several UWI Principal’s Award for research with the greatest business/economic/development impact from the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus).

Prof. Waller has also managed several local, regional, and international research projects which focussed on harnessing information and communication technologies for the development of Jamaica where he worked for 5 years with the United Nations Development Programme (1997-2003) as well as his 6 years as Chairman of the Board for eGov Jamaica Ltd (The Government agency which manages the ICT infrastructure and digital systems in Jamaica. Prof. Waller sits on several national, regional and international committees, boards and commissions.

Prof. Waller currently lectures advanced research methods (qualitative and quantitative research methods), Electronic Governance and Political Sociology at the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus). In the last decade, he has  developed and lectured courses in electronic governance, project management, youth and democracy, electronic government, strategic management, organizational behavior, as well as cybercrime at The University of the West Indies (Mona, Cave Hill, and Open Campus), the Organization of American States, the University College of the Caribbean, the Caribbean Institute for Media and Communications, the Institute for Cultural Studies, Institute for Gender and Development Studies, as well as Excelsior Community College to name a few.

Dr. Waller also sits on several Boards, Commissions and Committees. Some of these include:

• e-Gov Jamaica Ltd - Board Chairman

• Fair Trading Commission - Commissioner

• Broadcasting Commission - Commissioner

• Jamaica National Commission on UNESCO - Commissioner

• Students’ Loan Bureau - Board Member

• Academic and Programme Committee – 2017 UNWTO, Government of Jamaica and World Bank Group Conference on Jobs & Inclusive Growth: Partnerships for Sustainable Tourism - Chair

• National Tourism Institute - Board Member

• Ministry of Tourism’s Linkage Network Council - Board Member

• Prime Minister’s Youth Award – Committee Member

Refereed Research Based/Scholarly Publications

Books

1.     Waller, L., Hawthorne, R., Willams, D., and Johnson, D. (2018). Doing Business in Jamaica: A Qualitative Perspective. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. 145 pages.

2.     Waller, L. (2017). Envisioning democracy: The role and potential of information and communication technologies for the visually impaired. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. 145 pages.

3.     Waller, L., Bailey, C., & Johnson, S. (2015). Fear of cybercrime: Lessons for the global e-banking sector. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle Publishers. 110 pages.

4.     Waller, L. (2009). The role of discourse in ICT for development. Germany: VDM Verlag Publishers. 380 pages

5.     Powell, L., Bourne, P., & Waller, L. (2007). Probing Jamaica’s political culture: Main trends in the July-August 2006 leadership governance survey. Volume 1. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 120 pages

 

Monograph in a Series (Double Blind Peer reviewed)

1.     Boxill, I., Lewis, B., Russell, R., Bailey, A., with Waller, L., James, C., Martin, P. & Gibbs, L. (2007). The political culture of democracy in Jamaica: 2006. Latin American Public Opinion Project, AmericasBarometer, Vanderbilt University. 219 pages..

Short Monographs (Double Blind Peer Reviewed)

1.     Thakur, D., Waller, L., Walters, S., & Johnson, S. (2015). Violence against women information and communication and the use of technologies in Jamaica. Uruguay: Regional Fund for Digital Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (FRIDA)/Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 33 pages.

2.     Waller, L., Perkins, A. K., Satchell, N., Walters, S., Johnson, S., McFee, R., and Galbraith. E. (2015). The developmental cost of homophobia: The case of Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: J-FLAG. 64 pages.

3.     Dunn, L., Waller, L., & Northover, P. (2013). Gender and youth assessment. Jamaica: ACDI/VOCA. 60 pages.

4.     Rhiney, K., Taylor, M., Stephenson, T., Mandal, A., & Waller, L. (2015). Development of a climate change agricultural sector strategy and action plan - Jamaica situation analysis. Report prepared for ACDI/VOCA. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. Jamaica: ACDI/VOCA. 81 pages.

5.     Waller, L., Bourne, P., Minto, I., & Rapley, J. (2007). A landscape assessment of political corruption in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Caribbean Policy and Research Institute (CAPRI). 42 pages.

 

Chapters in Books

1.     Waller, L., and Satchell, N. (2020). Communicating Politics: Exploring the sources of political information in the Jamaican Society. In  H. D. Dunn (Ed.), Media, Culture and Technology in the Global South: Reimagining Communication in Africa and the Caribbean (30 pages)

2.     Waller, L. (2016). Disability and ICTs in the Caribbean: Enabling visually impaired Caribbean youth. In L. Robinson, J. Schulz, & H. S. Dunn (Eds.), Communication and Information Technologies Annual (Studies in Media and Communications, Volume 12) (pp. 3–24). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 21 pages.

3.     Waller, L. (2016). There is an app for that too: Citizen-centric approach to combating corruption in the digital age through the use of ICTs. In K. Demirhan & D. Çakır-Demirhan (Eds.), Political scandal, corruption, and legitimacy in the age of social media (pp. 76–100). USA: IGI Global. 24 pages.

4.     Waller, L., & Taylor, C. A. L. (2013). A case study of citizen-to-government mobile activism in Jamaica: Protesting violations of the rule of law with smart phones. In Z. Mahmood (Ed.), E-Government Implementation and Practice in Developing Countries (pp. 596–614). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 18 pages.

5.    Waller, L. (2011). ICTs and agriculture in Jamaica: Exploring the possibilities of M. In H. Dunn (Ed.), Ringtones of Opportunity (pp. 118–127). Kingston, Jamaica. 10 pages.

6.    Waller, L., & Harriott, A. (2008). Organized crime and political corruption in Jamaica: Unpacking the nexus. In Organized Crime and politics (pp. 115–141). Kingston: Canoe Press. 23 pages.

 

Journal Articles

1.     Waller, L.G., Satchell, N., Daley, G., and Gordon D. (2020). The Possibilities of Internet Voting in Jamaica: Moving from Convenience to Fixing the Problem of Voter Apathy among the Youth. Electronic Journal of E-Government 18 (1), 17-29

2.     Waller, L., & Genius, A. (2015). Barriers to transforming government in Jamaica: Challenges to implementing initiatives to enhance the efficiency, effectiveness and service delivery of government through ICTs            (e-Government). Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 9(4), 480–497.

3.     Abdulkadri, A., Rhiney, K., & Waller, L. (2013). A comparative economic analysis of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy: Towards a new economic geography (NEG) model. Global Development Studies, 7(1–2), 1–29.

4.     Waller, L. (2013). e-Participation in Jamaica: Can Facebook encourage political talk among political apathetic Jamaican youth? SAGE Open. 25 pages.

5.     Waller, L. (2012). Mobile smartphones as tools for “efficient” and “effective” protesting: A case study of mobile protesting in Jamaica. Journal of Mobile Technologies, Knowledge and Society, 2012. 9 pages.

6.     Waller, L. (2012). Interviewing the surveyors: Factors which contribute to questionnaire falsification (curbstoning) among Jamaican field surveyors. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16(2), 1–10. 10 pages.

7.     Waller, L. (2007). Spinning webs of meanings: Limiting or expanding social life through representations of information and communication technologies. Futures, 40(7), 674–687.

8.     Powell, L., & Waller, L. (2007). Politics as Unusual in Jamaica, elections are becoming sensationalistic political spectacles. How can resource-limited organizations get an accurate picture. Communication World, (April 2007), 20–22. 2 pages.

9.     Waller, L. (2006). Introducing Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis methodology for analyzing Caribbean social problems: Going beyond systems, resources, social action, social practices and forces of structure or lack thereof as units of analysis. Journal of Diplomatic Language, 3(1), 11 pages.

 

Refereed Based Conference Proceedings

1.     Waller, L. (2017). A phenomenological study of how Caribbean youth use ICTs to engage democracy. Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Digital Government (ECDG 2017). 12 - 13 June 2017 (pp. 247–253). Lisbon, Portugal. 9 pages.

2.     Waller, L., & Satchell, N. (2014). Values and attitude among the Jamaican youth. Proceedings of the 1st National Youth Conference. November 26, 2014 (pp. 1–18). Kingston, Jamaica. 18 pages.

3.     Waller, L. (2012). e-Participation in Jamaica: Can facebook encourage political talk among politically apathetic Jamaican youth? Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on eGovernment (pp. 768–777). Barcelona, Spain. 9 pages.

4.     Commosioung, M. H., & Waller, L. (2008). Beyond diffusion: Mapping the use of ICTs among Jamaican micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises. In 17th Biennial Conference of the International Telecommunication Society (ITS) (pp. 49–80). Montreal, Canada. 31 pages.

 

Refereed Based Technical Reports

1.     Waller, L., Daley, G., Walters, S., and Johnson, S. (2020). Socio-Economic Profile (Baseline) on Communities Impacted by May Pen to Williamsfield Leg of Highway 2000. Jamaica: Toll Authority. 250 pages

2.     Waller, L., Walters, S., Johnson, S., & Johnson, D. (2017). Youth entrepreneurship: An evaluation of school based social enterprise programme in Jamaica. London, UK: British Council. 48 pages.

3.     Abdulkadri, A., Waller, L., & Boxill, I. (2015). Tourism demand study. Kingston, Jamaica: Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment. 51 pages.

4.     Abdulkadri, A., & Waller, L. (2015). Towards a CARICOM cohesion index and the development of a monitoring and evaluation tool for the Caribbean Development Fund. Bridgetown, Barbados: The Caribbean Development Fund. 70 pages.

5.     Tufton, C., & Waller, L. (2013). Fee or Free? A survey of the no-user fee policy in public hospitals in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Caribbean Policy and Research Institute (CAPRI). 30 pages.

6.     Todd, D., Duncan, N., Henry-Lee, A., Lee, D., Waller, L., & Witter, M. (2011). Assessment of Development Results Evaluation of UNDP Contribution to Jamaica. New York: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). 77 pages

 

Under Review

Articles

1.     Waller, L., Daley, G., Gordon, D., Johnson, D., and Walters (Under Review) Political Victimization in 21st Century Jamaica: Existence, Experience and Implication. Submitted to Third World Quarterly

2.     Waller, L., and Walters., L. (n.d.). Promoting Democratic Governance through Citizenship Education: The Experiences of the UWI-Mona Department of Government’s Governance Society Youth Trainers in Jamaica. Submitted to Education, Citizenship and Social Justice

 

In Preparation

Books

1.     Waller, L.(n.d.). Imagining Digital Transformation and Jamaica: Jamaica’s Past, Present and Future relationship with Technology for Development

Book Chapter

1.     Waller, L. (n.d.). Conceptualizing ‘Tourism Resilience’: A Primer

2.     Waller, L., and Montague, R. (n.d.). e-Policing in the Caribbean.

3.     Waller, L., and Montague, R. (n.d.). Constituency Management in Jamaica: Strategies and Tactics linked to Culture and History

 

Articles

1.     Waller, L., (n.d.). Bartlett, E., Gordon, D., Johnson, S., and McDonald-Riley, C. (n.d.). Weathering COVID-19: Examining the Mitigation Strategies of Tourism Dependent Destinations during the CORONAVIRUS Pandemic.

2.     Walters, S. and Waller, L. (n.d.). The role of history, politics, culture, economics, geopolitics, and size in the development planning discourse: Lessons Still Not Learned

3.     Daley, G., and Waller, L. (n.d.). Factors affecting public policy outcomes in Jamaica: “Party Politics” the missing Elephant in the room

4.     Waller, L. (n.d.). Discourses of Digital Resilience: How the Jamaican rural poor overcame digital-divide problematic during the CIVID-19 Pandemic

5.     Walters, S., and Waller, L., (n.d.). The role of history, politics, culture, economics, geopolitics, and size in the development planning discourse: Lessons Still Not Learned

 

NON-REFEREED RESEARCH BASED/SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

Non- Refereed Based Technical Reports

1.     Waller, L., and Daley, G. (2017). Jamaica Library Service: ICTs in Libraries for Community Development. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 102 pages.

2.     Waller, L., Satchell, N., Daley, G., & Hawthorne, O. (2017). Youth and corruption in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Office of the Contractor General. 67 pages.

3.     Waller, L., Haughton, S., Satchell, N., Walters, S., & Lewis, C. (2017). Justice security accountability and transparency project (JSAT). Kingston, Jamaica: The Baseline Survey of the JSAT Project, European Union Office. 101 pages.

4.     Waller, L., Satchell, N., Walters, S., Kelly, O., Johnson, S., & Johnson, D. (2017). Integrated community development project (ICDP) baseline study. Kingston, Jamaica: The Jamaica Social Investment Fund. 905 pages.

5.     Daley, G., & Waller, L. (2017). The Jamaica Customs: 2017 Time release study. Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaica Customs. 30 pages.

6.     Waller, L., Satchell, N., Walters, S., & Johnson, S. (2016). Baseline study of desk research and analysis. Kingston, Jamaica: The Jamaica Social Investment Fund. 204 pages.

7.     Waller, L., Daley, G., Johnson, S., & Thompson, O. (2015). Development Bank of Jamaica verification of jobs and review of job creation DBJ’s loans. Report prepared for the Development Bank of Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 51 pages.

8.     Waller, L., Satchell, N., Walters, S., & Johnson, S. (2015). JSIF baseline and longitudinal study of PRP III scholarship and employment internship awardees. Report prepared for the Jamaica Social Investment Fund. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 76 pages.

9.     Rhiney, K., Taylor, M., Stephenson, T., Mandal, A., & Waller, L. (2015). Development of a climate change agricultural sector strategy and action plan - Jamaica situation analysis. Report prepared for ACDI/VOCA. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 81 pages.

10.  Thakur, D., Waller, L., Clarke, A., Daley, G., Johnson, S., & Thompson, O. (2014). Jamaica Library Service: Using technology to empower individuals and communities for development - needs assessment report. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 90 pages.

11.  Satchell, N., & Waller, L. (2014). Inner-city basic services for the poor project: Citizen’s report card. Report prepared for the Jamaica Social Investment Fund. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 65 pages.

12.  Waller, L. (2014). Private wealth management study. Report prepared for Jamaica National Ltd. Kingston, Jamaica. 30 pages.

13.  Waller, L., & Clarke, A. (2014). Report prepared for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries on data analysis of changes in the European Community sugar regime. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 15 pages.

14.  Waller, L., & Clarke, A. (2014). 2014 Evaluation of the GOJ/EU sugar industry grants scheme. Report prepared for the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Government of Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 24 pages.

15.  Waller, L. (2013). Market research into the viability of becoming a commercial bank with emphasis on providing products and services to three under-served groups - young professionals, entrepreneurs and mortgage clients. Report prepared for Jamaica National. Kingston, Jamaica. 50 pages.

16.  Waller, L., Clarke, A., & Walters, S. (2013). Jamaica nursing faculty development workshop: An outcome evaluation of teaching strategies in HIV. Report prepared for the Caribbean HIV/AIDs Regional Training Network (CHART), Regional Coordinating Unit (RCU). Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 41 pages.

17.  Gatchair, S., Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2013). National food safety awareness survey. Report prepared for the Jamaica Agro-investment Fund. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 64 pages.

18.  Abdulkadri, A., Rhiney, K., Waller, L., & Walcott, A. (2013). A monitoring and evaluation framework for the CARICOM development fund: A more strategic approach to reducing regional disparities. Report prepared for the Caribbean Development Fund. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 23 pages.

19.  Abdulkadri, A., Rhiney, K., Waller, L., & Walcott, A. (2012). Consultancy for the development of a set of tools to facilitate comparative analysis between less developed countries and more developed countries within the CARICOM Single Market & Economy and measurement of the impact of CDF interventions in beneficiary. Report prepared for the Caribbean Development Fund. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 65 pages.

20.  Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2012). Report prepared for the HEART TRUST-NTA. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 47 pages.

21.  Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2012). Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency 2012 customer satisfaction survey. Report prepared for the Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 26 pages.

22.  Rhiney, K., Gatchair, S., Waller, L., Maxwell, S., & Daley, G. (2011). The national youth mainstreaming strategy for Jamaica. Report prepared for the National Centre for Youth Development. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 60 pages.

23.  Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2011). Jamaica Customs Department customer satisfaction survey 2011. Report prepared for the Jamaica Customs Department. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 20 pages.

24.  Waller, L., Maxwell, S., & Daley, G. (2009). National mathematics programme monitoring and evaluation project. Report prepared for the Education Transformation Team, Ministry of Education. Kingston, Jamaica. 80 pages.

25.  Waller, L., Commosioung, M. H., Daley, G., Satchell, N., Maxwell, S., & Jones, P. (2008). A landscape assessment of Jamaican micro small and medium-size enterprises (MSMEs). Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaica Trade and Investment. 60 pages.

26.  Waller, L. (2005). Science technology and innovation in the English-speaking Caribbean. Report prepared for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Paris, France. 36 pages.

27.  Waller, L. (2003). A landscape assessment of ICT for development initiatives in Jamaica. Report prepared for the International Institute for Communication and Development, the Hague, the Netherlands. 45 pages.

28.  Waller, L. (2000). Support for an agri-business information system in Jamaica. Report prepared for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Kingston, Jamaica. 12 pages.

29.  Waller, L. (2000). Towards the establishment of a networked educational information system for schools across Jamaica. Report prepared for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Kingston, Jamaica. 15 pages.

30.  Waller, L. (1999). Towards the establishment of a CISCO regional academy in Jamaica. Report prepared for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Kingston, Jamaica. 14 pages.

 

PAPERS PRESENTED

Papers Presented at Keynote Presentations, Lectures, Conferences, and Seminars

1.     Waller, L. (2020). Citizenship and Participation. Presented at the UNESCO Caribbean Futures of Education Webinar Series, Jan 19, 2021

2.      Waller, L. (2020). Tourism: The Key to the Caribbean’s Economic Recovery. Presented at the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) and the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC), Webinar, December 11, 2020

3.     Waller, L. (2019). Tourism Resilience and Crisis Communication: The Case of Jamaica’s State of Emergency. Presented the Asian Resilience Summit, May 30-31 2019. Kathmandu, Nepal, Presentation

4.     Waller, L. (2019). Situating the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre. Presented at the Global Resilience Summit, November 7, 2019. London, England Presentation 

5.     Waller, L. (2016). Towards a national identification system (NIDS). Paper presented at the Tallinn e-Governance Conference. May 30 - 31, 2017. Tallinn, Estonia. 9 pages.

6.     Waller, L. (2016). Enabling the disabled: The use of ICTs to include visually impaired citizens in the democratic space. Paper presented at the University of the West Indies, Mona Regional Disability Studies Conference. March 16 - 17, 2016. Kingston, Jamaica. 21 pages.

7.     Waller, L. (2016). The voices of net-citizens: Combating corruption in a digital age. Paper presented at Developing the Caribbean Conference & Hackathon (DevCa Jamaica). May 5 - 6, 2016. Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies. Kingston, Jamaica. 13 pages.

8.     Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2016). There is an app for that too: Citizen’s use of ICTs to combat corruption. Paper presented at the American Association of Behavioural and Social Science (AABSS). February 1 - 2, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada. 22 pages.

9.     Waller, L. (2016). The impact of the media on electronic commerce. Paper presented at the IMPACT Justice Media law Seminar. February 23 - 25, 2016. Bridgetown, Barbados. 10 pages.

10.  Waller, L. (2016). Advocacy research methods. Lecture given at the Caribbean Employers’ Confederation Research Methodology Workshop. May 10 - 12, 2016. St. Lucia.

11.  Waller, L. (2016). Research methods in the 21st century. Lecture given at the Enos Nuttall Lecture Theatre, MICO University College. April 2016. Kingston, Jamaica.

12.  Waller, L. (2016). Why the PNP lost and the JLP won Election 2016. Lecture given at the MSBM/DGOV Public Forum on the Jamaican Election 2016. March 2016. Kingston, Jamaica.

13.  Waller, L. (2015). Creating the good citizens: The role of the UWI Department of Government’s Governance Society. Paper presented at the International Association for Citizenship, Social and Economics Education (IACSEE). July 16 - 17, 2015. Gottingen, Germany.

14.  Waller, L., & Satchell, N. (2015). Youth values and attitudes -safety, security, and effective governance: Implications for making Jamaica the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business. Paper presented at the Brand Jamaica Symposium 2015 Re-imagine Jamaica: Unlimited Possibilities. July 16 - 17, 2015. Kingston, Jamaica. 12 pages.

15.  Waller, L. (2015). Fear of cybercrime as a challenge to e-commerce take-off in Barbados: Some evidence and some solutions. In Paper presented at the Domestic Financial Institutions Conference. September 8, 2015. Bridgetown, Barbados. 15 pages.

16.  Waller, L. (2015). The DGOV Governance Society: Spreading Civics across Jamaica. Paper presented at the Faculty of Law Inaugural Symposium on Law, Governance and Society. April 24 - 26, 2015. Montego Bay, Jamaica. 21 pages.

17.  Dhanaraj, T., Waller, L., Walters, S., & Johnson, S. (2015). Research findings on the impact of information and communication technologies on gender based violence. Seminar Presentation at the University of the West Indies (Mona). November 19, 2015. Kingston, Jamaica

18.  Waller, L., Bailey, C., & Johnson, S. (2015). Fear of cybercrime in the Caribbean. Book Launch at the University of the West Indies (Mona) Research Day 2015. February 12, 2015. Kingston, Jamaica.

19.  Waller, L., & Satchell, N. (2014). Findings from the 2014 Jamaica national values and attitude youth survey. Paper presented at the National Youth Conference. November 24, 2014. Kingston, Jamaica. 18 pages.

20.  Waller, L. (2014). People, purpose and passion: Components of transformational leadership. Lecture given at the Northern Caribbean University’s Leadership Roundtable. July 9 - 11, 2014. Kingston, Jamaica.

21.  Waller, L. (2013). eProtesting in Jamaica. Presentation made at the University of the West Indies (Mona) Principal’s Award Seminar. October 2013. Kingston, Jamaica

22.  Waller, L. (2012). E-participation experience among the Jamaica African Diaspora: Can Facebook encourage political talk among politically apathetic Jamaican youth? California State University’s Africa at the Crossroads Revolution. Paper presented at the Conference on Democracy, Youth Empowerment, Social Media and Non-violence. April 2012. Sacramento, California. 15 pages.

23.  Abdulkadri, A., Rhiney, K., & Waller, L. (2012). Consultancy for the development of a set of tools to facilitate comparative analysis between less developed countries and more developed countries within the CARICOM Single Market & Economy: “Predictions of Agglomeration.” Paper presented at the Fifth Caricom Regional Research Seminar. November 2, 2012. Grenada. 45 pages.

24.  Waller, L. (2009). How citizens can use software applications to combat corruption in the Caribbean. Keynote address at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) Caribbean Conference: Towards a Corruption Free Caribbean - Ethics, Values, and Morality. Georgetown, Grand Cayman. 24 pages.

25.  Waller, L. (2009). Interviewing the surveyors: Factors which contribute to questionnaire falsification (Curbstoning) among Jamaican field surveyors. Paper presented at the Qualitative Inquiry in the Caribbean Conference. October 2009. Kingston, Jamaica. 19 pages.

26.  Waller, L. (2009). Analyzing qualitative data. Lecture given to Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work Masters students. The University of the West Indies. Kingston, Jamaica

27.  Waller, L., & Daley, G. (2009). Jamaica Customs Department: Time-release study, 2009. Kingston, Jamaica: Centre for Leadership and Governance. 20 pages.

28.  Waller, L. (2008). Qualitative methodologies for cultural studies. Lecture given at the Institute for Cultural Studies, University of the West Indies. November 2008. Kingston, Jamaica.

29.  Waller, L. (2007). Borrowing tools and techniques from the discipline of project management to enrich the quantitative field exercise: Lessons from Jamaica. Paper presented at the Department of Government Academic Seminar, University of the West Indies. Kingston, Jamaica. 19 pages.

30.  Waller, L. (2007). Building trustworthiness through data analysis triangulation: Combining Fairclough’s critical discourse analysis technique, Yin’s multiple case analysis technique, Miles and Huberman’s matrix analysis technique and Corbin and Strauss’ constant comparative. Paper presented at the Qualitative Inquiry in the Caribbean Conference. Kingston, Jamaica. 17 pages.

31.  Waller, L. (2007). Organized crime and political corruption. Paper presented at the UNDP/UWI Forum on Organized Crime and Politics. October 2007. Kingston, Jamaica. 25 pages

32.  Waller, L. (2006). ICTs for whose development? A critical analysis of the discourses surrounding an ICT for development initiative for a group of microenterprise entrepreneurs operating in the Jamaican tourism industry: Towards the development of methodologies and analytical. Paper presented at the Department of Management Studies Seminar, The University of the West Indies. March 2006. Kingston, Jamaica. 28 pages.

33.  Waller, L. (2005). Probing cybercrime as an emerging problem in developing countries. New Zealand.

34.  Waller, L. (2005). Lecture given at the Graduate Conference on Emerging Technologies, University of Waikato Research Forum on New Methods and Methodologies. October 2005. New Zealand.

35.  Waller, L. (2004). Web of deception: The Internet - information or misinformation. Lecture given at the University of Waikato Graduate Seminar. March 2004. New Zealand.

 

Lloyd George Waller (PhD, Waikato, New Zealand)

NZODA/NZAID Scholar

Methodologist / Governance / Electronic Governance and Development Specialist

Head/Chair of Department and Senior Lecturer

- Department of Government - http://myspot.mona.uwi.edu/government/

University of the West Indies (Mona Campus)

Kingston, Jamaica

Office: 1-876-970-6359

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