Publications

“It is in collectivities that we find reservoirs of hope and optimism.”

― Angela Y. Davis

David Rozas. P2P Models Geek Sociologist

David Rozas

Geeky Sociologist

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
University of Surrey, United Kingdom

FREE/LIBRE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE · COMMONS-BASED PEER PRODUCTION · SCIENCE ABD TECHNOLOGY STUDIES · ORGANISATIONAL THEORY · DECENTRALISED TECHNOLOGIES · DIGITAL SOCIOLOGY

David Rozas is a postdoctoral researcher at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), currently involved in the P2P Models project. David’s previous research as a PhD student at the University of Surrey (UK) focussed on individual involvement and group dynamics of Commons-Based Peer Production communities, studying the Free/Libre Open Source Software community Drupal, in the context of the FP7 EU project P2Pvalue.

David Rozas other publications on P2P Models

Blockchain-based application at a governmental level: disruption or illusion? The case of Estonia20220412163238
Exploring Organization through Contributions: using Activity Theory for the Study of Contemporary Digital Labour Practices20211021125346
The platform belongs to those who work on it! Co-designing worker-centric task distribution models20210915115844
Analysis of the Potentials of Blockchain for the Governance of Global Digital Commons20210505113132
Integration of Ontologies with Decentralized Autonomous Organizations Development: A Systematic Literature Review20210401173743
Loosen control without loosing control: Formalization and decentralization within common-based peer production20201110152033
Affordances of Decentralised Technologies for Commons-based Governance of Shared Technical Infrastructure20201025185640
Scanning the European ecosystem of distributed ledger technologies for social and public good20201008181401
Maintaining an affective commons through events: a practice-based study of three collaborative communities20200117183541
Potentialities and limitations of blockchain technologies in the governance of social enterprise collectives: the case of Smart Ibérica20190629142259
Talk is Silver, Code is Gold? Beyond ‘Object-Centric’ Notions of Contribution in Peer Production20181107162834
When Ostrom Meets Blockchain: Exploring the Potentials of Blockchain for Commons Governance20180709162826
Ostrom’s crypto-principles? Towards a commons-based approach for the use of Blockchain technologies for self-governance20180531180702