Below you will find two lists. The first has links to all of my peer-reviewed social science publication pre-prints in reverse chronological order. The second has links to all of my white papers that are publicly available.
SOCIAL SCIENCE PUBLICATIONS
Williams, Logan D. A. In Press, Corrected Proof. “The South Asian Origins of the Global Network to Eradicate Blindness: WHO, NGOs, and Decentralization.” Endeavour. Accessed March 23, 2018. Go to the official journal copy or download the unofficial pre-submission copy.
Batayeh, Brian G., Georgia H. Artzberger, and Logan D. A. Williams. In Press, Corrected Proof. “Socially Responsible Innovation in Health Care: Cycles of Actualization.” Technology in Society. Accessed November 24, 2017. Go to the official journal copy or download the unofficial pre-submission copy.
Williams, Logan D. A. 2018. “Mapping Superpositionality in Global Ethnography.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 43 (2): 198–223. Go to the official journal copy
or download the unofficial pre-submission copy.
Williams, Logan D.A. 2017. “Getting Undone Technology Done: Global Techno-Assemblage and the Value Chain of Invention.” Science, Technology and Society 22 (1): 38–58. Go to official journal copy or download the unofficial pre-submission copy.
Hess, David J., Sulfikar Amir, Scott Frickel, Daniel L. Kleinman, Kelly Moore, and Logan D. A. Williams. 2016. “Structural Inequality and the Politics of Science and Technology”. Handbook of Science and Technology Studies Fourth Edition. Edited by Clark Miller, Laurel Smith-Doerr, Ulrike Felt, and Rayvon Fouché. Go to official publisher copy.
Williams, Logan D. A. 2013. “Three Models of Development: Community Ophthalmology NGOs and the Appropriate Technology Movement”. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. 12(4): 449-475. Go to official journal copy or download the copy I self-archived (according to Brill's permitted use policy).
Williams, Logan D. A. and Thomas S. Woodson. 2012. “The Future of Innovation Studies in Less Economically Developed Countries”. Special 50th anniversary issue, “An Agenda for Science and Technology Policy Studies? Emerging Themes from the Work of Young Scholars”. Minerva 50(2): 221-237. Go to official journal copy or download unofficial pre-submission copy.
David J Hess, David A Banks, Bob Darrow, Joseph Datko, Jaime D Ewalt, Rebecca Gresh, Matthew Hoffmann, Anthony Sarkis, Logan D. A. Williams. 2010. Building Clean-Energy Industries and Green Jobs: Policy Innovations at the State and Local Government Level. Science and Technology Studies Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute www.davidjhess.org.