Mark Graham & Tatiana López

Director & Research Fellow, Fairwork

About Mark Graham & Tatiana López

Mark Graham is the Director of the Fairwork Foundation. He is also the Professor of Internet Geography at the Oxford Internet Institute, a Faculty Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute, a Senior Research Fellow at Green Templeton College, a Research Affiliate in the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment, a Research Associate at the Centre for Information Technology and National Development in Africa at the University of Cape Town, and a Visiting Researcher at Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung and Technische Universität Berlin.

Mark is an economic geographer with an interest in how digital technologies and digitally-mediated practices affect economic and social inequalities. His research focuses on economic development, labour, power, participation, and representation. His recent books include The Gig Economy, Society and the Internet, and Digital Economies at Global Margins. Here you can find a full list of Marks publications.

Tatiana López is a research fellow for the Fairwork Secretariat at the Berlin Social Science Centre (WZB).

Her areas of expertise include Labour Geography, Global Value Chain Analysis and Labour Process Theory. Prior research has focused on digitalization, labour processes and transnational organizing in the global garment value chain with a regional focus on Germany and India.

Tatiana holds a diploma degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Cologne. She is also currently concluding her PhD project on “Labour Control Regime and Labour Agency in the Bangalore Export-Garment Industry” at the Institute for Social and Economic Geography at the University of Cologne.

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